Antares AMM 1
Large images ..Available from 11/30/1999 until 11/30/1999
Inside this unassuming (but stylish) 1U rack is contained the spirit of many of the world's most revered microphones. Based on the same TEC Award-winning technology that made our Antares Microphone Modeler the most talked-about software plug-in of 2000, the AMM-1 lets most any reasonable quality microphone sound like any of a wide variety of high-end studio mics.
From historical classics to modern exotics to a selection of industry-standard workhorses, simply tell the AMM-1 what microphone you are actually using and what microphone you'd like it to sound like. It's really as simple as that. You can even mix and match the bass and treble characteristics of different microphones or add the warmth of classic tube saturation.
And with over 100 mic models built in, as well as the ability to add new models downloaded from our web site, the AMM-1 will insure that you always have the right mic sound for every track.
So check out the new AMM-1 at your local Antares dealer. Where the future is still what it used to be.
Proprietary DSP-based acoustic modeling allows any reasonable quality microphone to sound like any of a wide variety of high-end studio mics
Models reproduce the effects of windscreens, low-cut filters, pattern-dependent frequency response and proximity effects
Create hybrid mics that combine the bass response of one mic with the treble response of another
Add a model of classic tube saturation distortion
Use during mixdown to change the mic on an already recorded track
Incredibly simple to use -- simply select the mic you're using and the mic you want it to sound like
Includes an extensive collection of digital models of historical classics, modern exotics, and industry-standard workhorses
Additional models can be downloaded from the Antares web site
The following is the list of the mics that are included in the AMM-1 ROM. We have a lot more in the pipeline and we'll be adding mics to the "New Arrivals" list below as their modeling is completed. If you'd like to see us model a mic that's currently not on the list, email your suggestion to: email@example.com with the words "Mic Suggestion" in the subject line. We can't promise that we'll be able to model every one, but if we see certain mics getting a lot of votes, we'll do our best to have them included.
Please Note: All trademarks appearing below are the property of their respective owners. The following manufacturer names and model designations are used solely to identify the microphones analysed in the development of our digital models and do not in any way imply any association with or endorsement by any of the named manufacturers.
AKG C12A; C414; C414B/ULS Limited Edition Gold; C414B/ULS Modified by Audio Upgrades; C414B/ULS Modified by Jim Williams; 460B/CK61-ULS; D1; D112; C1000S; D790; D100S; C3000; C4000B; Solid Tube
Audio Engineering Associates R44C
Audio-Technica ATM-11; ATM-31; AT853Rx; AT3525; AT4047/SV; AT4033a/SM; AT4050; AT4055; AT4060
Audix D4; OM2; OM3-xb; OM5; OM6; CX111; SCX1
Behringer Ultravoice XM8500
Beyerdynamic M-500 Limited Edition; MC-834
Brauner VM1; Valvet
CAD Equitek E100; Equitek E200; Equitek E350; C400S; VSM1; 95Ni
Earthworks Z30x; TC30K
ElectroVoice PL20; N/D357
Groove Tubes MD-1
Manley Labs Reference Gold
MicroTech Gefell UMT800
Neumann U47; U87; U87 70th Anniversary Gold Edition; M149; TLM193; KM184; TLM103
Oktava MC-012; MK-219; MK-319
Rode NT1; NT2; NTV
Sennheiser MD421; MD441; E609; E835S
Shure Beta 52; Beta 57A; Beta 58; Beta 87A; Beta 98D/S; SM7A; SM57; SM58; SM81; SM98A; KSM32; VP88
Sony C37P; C48; C800G; C800G(w)
Tannoy Large Vintage Ribbon; Small Vintage Ribbon
Here are some newly modeled mics that we've completed since the release of the AMM-1. They're available for download now.
AKG C 12 VR; C414 EB; C 535 EB; The Tube
Electro-Voice RE55; RE15; RE16; N-D868
Marshall MXL 2001P; MXL 2003
Neumann M147; TLM 103; KM 84
Here are some additional mics that we're currently modeling. They'll be available for downloading soon.
Audio-Technica AT813a; ATM25
CAD Equitek E-200
Neumann U 47 FET
Sennheiser MD 421-II; K6-ME64