Mercuriall Audio has announced an update to its Euphoria amplifier modeling suite based on the Bogner Ecstasy 101B guitar amp.

Mercuriall Euphoria 1.1 screenshot

Version 1.1 brings two important new modules: a Graphic and Parametric equalizers, giving Euphoria owners even more control over the tone.

The Graphic EQ, which has been modeled using analog RLC filters, is located before the amplifier. With this EQ, you can sculpt the tone before it hits the preamp by cutting or boosting 9 fixed frequencies. An overall “Gain” slider can be used to drive the amp input and get even more tone-shaping capabilities.

A studio-grade Parametric EQ with 8 bands is located after the cab section. With it, you can nail down the final tone. Use the built-in analyzer to identify frequency build-ups, extended lows that clutter the tone or other areas that need attention. Then use the low/high cut, low/high shelf and bell parameters to get the tone from great to perfect. Expand the EQ window to see even the smallest details.

With this free update Euphoria gets even closer to a full, self-sufficient guitar amp sim suite designed for artists worldwide.

Changes in Euphoria v1.1

  • Added: Graphic EQ module.
  • Added: Parametric EQ module.
  • Added: Marco Sfogli presets.
  • Updated: some factory presets.
  • mproved: CPU multi-threading processing priority increased, improving the real-time performance of the plugin.

Available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX formats, Euphoria costs $99.99 USD. The plugin is on sale for a special price of $89.99 USD until further notice and owners of Spark, Reaxis, U530 or SS-10X can purchase Eurphoria for $79.99 USD.

More information: Mercuriall Audio