Two Notes Audio Engineering is offering the Torpedo Wall of Sound speaker simulation plugin as a free download until April 30th, 2020.
Torpedo Wall of Sound is a convolution-based cabinet speaker simulator. The software emulates the entire guitar recording chain, including the speaker, microphones, preamps, and the studio room acoustics. Torpedo Wall of Sound is available in VST, VST3, AU, RTAS, and AAX plugin formats for digital audio workstations on PC and Mac. Both 32-bit and 64-bit plugin hosts are supported.See also: Best FREE Convolution Reverb VST Plugins
If you’ve never used a cabinet simulator before, here’s a quick rundown of the concept. Plugins like the Torpedo Wall of Sound simulate the sound of a guitar cabinet. Most guitar amp simulators already include cabinet simulation, but many experienced users prefer to use their own cabinet simulation if possible. With the Torpedo Wall of Sound plugin, you can stack up to twenty virtual guitar cabinets for a massive guitar sound. The user can fully customize the way in which the cabinet is miked.
Users who download the Torpedo Wall of Sound plugin will gain until April 30th will gain lifetime free access to the software and two free cabinet models. The cabinets that come for free with the plugin are the Brit VintC model (inspired by Marshall® Slash Signature 4×12″ cabinet with Celestion® V30 speakers) and the Watt FanC model (inspired by a closed-back Hiwatt® 2×12″ cabinet with Fane speakers).
To download your free copy of the plugin, visit the product page linked below and complete the checkout process. A valid email address is required. If you own an iOS device, be sure to also check out the BIAS FX Mobile app that is currently free.
More info: Torpedo Wall of Sound (76.4 MB download size, EXE installer, 32-bit & 64-bit VST/VST3/AU/AAX/RTAS plugin format for Windows & macOS)
Sweet! Don’t see no checkout process though, just the download links… ?
Just download, install, and complete the registration process in your DAW.
I’m slightly suspicios, cause registration asks for a lot of data. And after 15 minutes someone from US tried to get into my gmail account I used for registration.