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STL Tones delivers guitar & bass tones with ToneHub plugin

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STL Tones has released its largest product development to date with ToneHub, an expansive plugin platform that hosts guitar and bass preset packs from the biggest names in the music industry, including David Bendeth, Howard Benson, John Feldmann, Will Putney and Kris Crummett.

Initially released for Kemper and Axe FX units, guitarists no longer need the comparable hardware units to get access to STL Tones’ incredible collection of preset packs.

The technology behind the ToneHub audio core is based on a hybrid engine, combining STL proprietary Tracing Technology and analog modeling at its finest to get the most accurate sounding snapshot of a guitar or bass chain, from pedals to amps, cabs, mics and preamps with the possibility to change the settings maintaining an impressive degree of realism. This is an unprecedented leap in algorithm advancement.

ToneHub consists of an expansive Stomp section, Tracing Amp module, 3D Cabinet Mixer, Master EQ module, and also has a selection of modulated and time based effects.

STL ToneHub

In making the announcement, Sonny Truelove, STL Founder and CEO states:

“ToneHub has been something I dreamt of from day one when first starting the company and to see it finally come to life over the past two years has been an extremely exciting time. Our team, along with our amazing roster of artists and producers are excited to be able to offer their tones in plugin format. We will also be releasing new preset packs frequently in the future.”

STL ToneHub, along with one free preset pack valued at $59 USD from the STL Tones roster, is available for purchase at the introductory price of $149 USD ex taxes where applicable. It comes in 64-bit VST, AU and AAX plugin formats and standalone software for Windows and Mac.

More information: STL Tones

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