The Most Aggressive Plug-In On The Planet?

Softube ships Metal Amp Room for VST/AU/RTAS      06/06/08
The Most Aggressive Plug-In On The Planet?


Softube is shipping the Metal Amp Room plug-in for VST, AU and RTAS. They describe it as the most aggressive plug-In on the planet.
Softube tell us that Metal Amp Room was designed to bring you the most brutal, evil and aggressive sound that is possible to squeeze out of your DAW. It was co-developed with Patrik Jensen (The Haunted) and tailored to his needs.
The continuous mic placement from Vintage Amp Room is back, but this time with twin mics with adjustable stereo panning. Softube say that you can get a huge stereo sound with complex adjustable phasing effects, a plain old one-mic-right-against-the-cone, or anything in between. The cabinets were measured in the In Flames studio (previously known as Studio Fredman) by Tue Madsen and Patrik Jensen.
A Softube spokesman told us, “Focusing on usability and sound quality, this is a plug-in that is proud not to include a gazillion amps, effects racks, patch cords, or a blow-dryer. Just two channels, two cabinets, two mics per cabinet, and a wickedly fast noise gate for palm mute galore. Every setting is a setting that will sound good, so it's almost impossible to get a useless sound. Metal Amp Room is a real workhorse, a plug-in that will handle all your metal needs without ever getting in your way.�,br> Pricing and Availability:
Metal Amp Room is available today at the Softube web shop ($179 excl. VAT). More information and fully functional 10 day demo:
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