How To Explore Amplifier Emulators In Audio Recording


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Exploring amplifier emulators

Amplifier Emulators take the Direct Box to another level, not only coupling an electric instrument to a console or DAW without the need of a microphone, but adding the sound of an amplifier and speaker cabinet as well. There are some tips and tricks for using one that I think you'll find useful. The amplifier emulator, which is basically a glorified active direct box, has been around for some time now. It's become a staple of just about any recording studio. In the DAW world, there are many amplifier emulator plug-ins available that you can insert on a track, which allow you to continue to adjust your sound during mixing.

An emulator attempts to electronically duplicate the sound of different guitar and bass amplifiers, speaker cabinets, and even miking schemes. The advantages of an emulator are that it provides a quick and easy setup. Gives a very wide tonal variation and provides the proper interface to just about any recording device. While they may not sound as realistic as a...

Exploring amplifier emulators
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