Two Notes Audio Engineering Introduces Torpedo C.A.B.
Two Notes Audio Engineering has introduced the Torpedo C.A.B., a stompbox styled cab simulator designed for bass and guitar. The C.A.B. is placed after all your effects pedals in your signal chain and takes the place of an amp by plugging straight into the mixing board. Among the bass cab simulations are presets based on models from Ampeg, SWR, Mesa/Boogie, Eden, Markbass, AER, Vox, and Hartke. It also includes power amp simulation and studio microphone simulation.
Featuring 96 kHz/32-bit float signal processing, the C.A.B. uses Torpedo technology to replicate the nuances of cabinet behavior as well as microphone placement and provide more accurate simulations. Tones can be tweaked even further with an included 5-band EQ. Two user-assignable footswitches can be set to control preset selections, bypass, mute, EQ on/off and more.
Connectivity on the pedal includes a switchable guitar/line input, a switchable amp/line output, a headphones output, and a USB remote control.
The Two Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo C.A.B. is available now for $549.99. For more info, check out the Two Notes website.
Two Notes Engineering Torpedo C.A.B. Specs:
- Input stage specifically designed to accept pedal-level signals
- Two user-assignable footswitches
- Speaker & miking simulation powered by Torpedo technology (32 slots, and over 45 cabs available)
- 96 kHz / 32-bit float signal processing
- 3rd-party IR compatible (512 available slots)
- Included 5-band EQ with bass and guitar modes
- I/Os: Switchable Guitar/Line In, switchable Amp/Line out, Headphones, USB remote control
- Power Amp Simulation with 4 tube types, 2 circuit topologies, 2 modes
- 12 Simulated bass cab models
- 33 Simulated cab models
- 8 Simulated studio microphone models
- Dimensions: 4.7? x 7? x 1.6?
- Weight: 1.7 pounds