Two Notes Audio Unveils ReVolt Bass Analog Amp Sim
Two Notes Audio has introduced the ReVolt series of analog amp simulators. The lineup includes a guitar and a bass version, each featuring 12AX7 tubes.
The ReVolt Bass has three channels to emulate three amps: an Ampeg SVT ‘76, a Marshall 1992 JMP Super Bass Mark II, and a custom proprietary “Modern Drive” bass amp. All of the channels have gain and volume controls. The Classic channel has bass and treble EQ knobs whereas the Vintage channel has bass and mids. The Modern Drive has treble plus a dry/wet blend knob for dialing in your grit with your unaffected signal.
Other features include a 4-cable mode, an FX loop, a fully-featured DI, a cab sim, and MIDI in/out for integrating into existing setups. The purchase includes a lifetime license to the company’s Wall of Sound plugin and ReVolt: Series-B DynIR cabinet collection.
The Two Notes ReVolt Bass preamp will be launching at NAMM and shipping in September with a price point of $399.
Two Notes Audio ReVolt Bass Analog Amp Simulator Features:
|3 channel bass amp simulator/DI featuring an all analog signal path|
|Integrated Drive Channel Dry/Wet Blend|
|Analog Cab Sim|
|4-Cable mode, FX Loop and MIDI In/Out|
|Includes a lifetime licence to Wall of Sound (VST/AU/AAX)|
|Includes the ReVolt: Series-B DynIR Cabinet Collection featuring 10 exquisite DynIR captures|