WNAMM11: Expand Your Eleven Rack

Avid's Eleven Rack Expansion Pack includes expanded guitar amp emulation and more      14/01/11
WNAMM11: Expand Your Eleven Rack


The Eleven Rack Expansion Pack, a software add-on option for Avid's Eleven Rack guitar amp and effects processor, provides a series of new features and enhancements to the system, including:
  • New guitar and bass amp effects emulations--deliver users an expanded sonic palette with 19 new guitar amp and effects emulations, including an all-new bass amp/cabinet simulation that invokes the sounds of legendary bass tones.
  • Parametric EQ and studio compressor channel strip effects--allow customers to easily capture vocal and instrument performances using new channel strip-style signal processing.
  • Dynamic stereo delay--provides customers more options to enhance their sound, create custom effects and widen their guitar tone with full ducking, panning and filtering control on delay feedback.
  • Speaker break-up emulation--re-creates the natural distortion characteristics heard when turning up an analog amp with speaker breakup emulation added to all amps.
Pricing and Availability:
The Eleven Rack Expansion Pack will be available worldwide on March 22, 2011 for $99 USD via the Avid Web store only. More information:


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