Highly realistic speaker simulation is achieved by the use of convolution. Two notes started from that technology and brought it much further, to accurately reproduce the characteristics of the whole miking chain (speaker, microphone, preamplifier, studio room acoustic).
Many parameters influence the sound of your guitar or bass rig when it comes to recording. Taking good care of the cabinet selection and miking will dramatically improve the sound of your takes. The Torpedo simulation reproduces the tiniest variations of a cabinet behavior such as frequency response and distortion. Move the microphone into the virtual studio room thanks to the Torpedo IR synthesis, control the phase with the Variphi: all the settings you need to achieve great recordings are here.
Amplifier input: Jack 6.35 mm (1/4) unbalanced (TS, Tip/Sleeve), to connect the speaker output of your tube or solid state amplifier
Speaker Thru: Jack 6.35mm (1/4”) unbalanced (TS), to connect an optional cabinet instead of using the internal load box)
Line inputs: 2 x Combo XLR – Jack 6.35 mm (1/4”) balanced (TRS)/unbalanced (TS)
Line outputs: 2 x XLR balanced
Headphones output: Jack 6.35 mm (1/4”) balanced (TRS) stereo
Digital inputs: AES & S/PDIF 2 channels input
Digital outputs: AES & S/PDIF 2 channels output
Wordclock sync BNC
MIDI In, Out/Thru
The Torpedo Studio is fully controllable via MIDI. Program Changes are used to change presets. Control Changes are used to control the parameters of the Torpedo Studio.