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Kazrog releases Recabinet 2.0

Recabinet Vintage 2.0

Kazrog has released version 2.0 of Recabinet, a speaker simulation for Windows and Mac.

With Recabinet, you can get full-bodied, album-quality guitar or bass tone at any volume with your Mac or PC. Recabinet accurately models the loud part of your guitar tone – including cabinets made by brands such as Marshall, Mesa Boogie, Fender, Orange, Vox, Ampeg, and more. Recabinet also models the subtle EQ shaping of 6L6 and EL34 power tubes, as well as 9 different industry-standard microphones in over a dozen positions.

Recabinet 2.0 comes in two flavors: Modern and Vintage.

Recabinet 2.0 features

  • Recabinet Modern 2.0 Cabinets
    • “Tangerine 4×12” – Orange 4×12
    • “1960 4×12” – Marshall 1960AV 4×12
    • “Excel 4×12” – Randall RS412XLT100 4×12
    • “Ghandi 4×12” – Mesa Standard 4×12 (newly resampled for version 2.0)
    • Plus the entire Recabinet Modern 1.0 library
  • Recabinet Vintage 2.0 Cabinets/Combos
    • “Motown 1×15” – Ampeg Portaflex B15N bass amp.
    • “Blackface 4×10” – Fender ‘65 Super Reverb 4×10
    • “Tweed 1×12” – Fender ‘53 Deluxe 1×12
    • “Green 4×12” – Marshall 4×12 with Greenbacks
    • “Zodiac 2×12” – Selmer Zodiac Twin 30
    • “Top Boost 2×12” – Vox AC30
  • Recabinet 2.0 Microphones
    • “57” – Shure SM57 – industry standard dynamic microphone, the most popular microphone for guitar recording.
    • “545” – Shure Unidyne III 545 – sought-after vintage predecessor to the Shure SM57, known for its smooth response, appreciated by those in the know.
    • “121” – Royer 121 – legendary modern ribbon mic, extremely popular in modern recordings.
    • “409” – Sennheiser MD409 – legendary vintage side-address dynamic microphone, used on many modern and classic recordings.
    • “421” – Sennheiser MD421 – legendary dynamic mic, used on many modern and classic recordings.
    • “i5” – Audix i5 – modern industry standard dynamic microphone, for a full-range, aggressive response.
    • “D6” – Audix D6 – modern kick drum mic, great for getting the low “cabinet rumble” tone as a blend-in with your primary tone.
    • “U87” – Neumann U87 – legendary condenser microphone with incredibly detailed, musical response.
    • “RTA” – DBX RTA reference microphone, known for its perfectly flat response and high SPL rating. Useful especially for Fractal Audio AxeFX users, and cool for everyone else!
  • Recabinet 2.0 Microphone Positions
    • On-the-grill, 0.5 inch, 1 inch, 4 inch*, 6 inch*, 12 inch* and far field** depths available (* 121 mic only, ** RTA and 121 mics only)
    • Speaker cap, edge of cap and cone, mid-cone, and 45 degree angle positions
  • Power Sections
    • Randall RT2/50 power amp with 6L6 power tubes (with all 4×12 cabinets)
    • Randall RT2/50 power amp with EL34 power tubes (with all 4×12 cabinets)
    • All other cabinets are amplifier combos, powered using their native power sections.

Recabinet Modern 2.0 and Recabinet Vintage 2.0 are available for purchase for $40 USD each. Recabinet Complete 2.0 bundles both at the discounted price of $70 USD.

Recabinet Modern 1.0 owners will receive the Recabinet Modern 2.0 upgrade free and are eligible to purchase Recabinet Vintage 2.0 for $20 USD until June 21, 2009.

Visit the Recabinet website for more information and audio demos.

Recabinet website launched – Recabinet v1.0 announced

Recabinet

The Recabinet website has recently launched with details on Recabinet v1.0, a collection of over 400 guitar cabinet impulse responses for use with convolution plugins in modern recording software.

Tired of miking up cabinets, but not satisfied with the brittle, plastic sound of digital amp modelers? Tried rackmount speaker simulators but not satisfied with the results?

With Recabinet, you can get full-bodied, album-quality guitar or bass tone at any volume with your Mac or PC. Recabinet accurately models the loud part of your guitar tone – including cabinets made by brands such as Marshall, Mesa Boogie, Krank, Carvin, Ampeg, and more. Recabinet also models the subtle saturation of 6L6 and EL34 power tubes, as well as 4 different industry-standard microphones in over a dozen positions.

Recabinet 1.0 features

  • Cabinets
    • “Ghandi” – Mesa Standard/Oversize 4×12
    • “Angora” – Line 6 Vetta 4×12
    • “Igor” – Krank Krankenstein 4×12
    • “Genzie” – Genz Benz G-Flex ported 2×12
    • “Sterling” – Marshall Hand Wired 4×12 (late 1960s reissue)
    • “Damien” – Marshall 1936 2×12
    • “Kirby” – Carvin 4×12 British Series
    • “Manatee” – Ampeg SVT 8×10 Bass Cabinet (using Ampeg SVT Pro Classic power section)
    • Bonus cabinet – “Trapezoid” – Roland Micro Cube (using native power section)
  • Microphones
    • “57” – Shure SM57 – industry standard dynamic microphone, the most popular microphone for guitar recording.
    • “i5” – Audix i5 – modern industry standard dynamic microphone, for a full-range, aggressive response.
    • “4060” – Audio Technica 4060 – modern high-SPL condenser microphone, for warm, full-bodied tone.
    • “D6” – Audix D6 – modern kick drum mic, great for getting the low “cabinet rumble” tone as a blend-in with your primary tone.
  • Microphone Positions
    • On-the-grill, 1/2 inch away, and 1 inch away depths
    • Speaker cap, edge of cap and cone, mid-cone, and 45 degree angle positions
  • Power Sections (used in all except where noted otherwise in the cabinet list)
    • Randall RT2/50 power amp with 6L6 power tubes
    • Randall RT2/50 power amp with EL34 power tubes

Recabinet will be available November 4 for $39.99 USD. Sign up for the newsletter to receive a free demo of Recabinet.

Recabinet 1.1 (a free update for Recabinet 1.0 owners) is planned for early 2009 and will include the following additional cabinets: Orange 4×12, Marshall 1960AV 4×12, Mesa Traditional 4×12, Randall RS412XLT100 4×12.

Visit the Recabinet website for more information and audio demos.