As part of the Plugin Boutique 10th anniversary celebrations, they’re offering 3 Softube plugins for less than £10 each for a limited time, now only £8.39 / $11.42 (usually £74.68 / $101.63).
Don’t forget to claim your FREE copy of Arturia’s Analog Lab Intro with ANY paid purchase from Plugin Boutique during February.
Screaming guitar feedback in the box! Release your inner beast with the first realistic guitar feedback simulator on the market. Go from moderate and subtle to rampant and wild by the twist of a knob (or two). To break new musical ground, try inputting a synthesizer, a violin, or even your mother’s grand piano.
One thing that is really hard to achieve with a guitar amplifier simulation plug-in or hardware is the interaction in a room between the guitar and an amplifier turned up loud. Enter Acoustic Feedback – because this plug-in does precisely that. Whether you just want single notes to keep hanging a little longer and gently fade to sustained feedback or you want instant and rampant howls for your noise rock, Acoustic Feedback is your friend.
Acoustic Feedback comes bundled with a limited version of the White amp from Vintage Amp Room.
Spring Reverb is an authentic spring reverb recreation that will add vintage character and grit to any audio track. It also includes novel features such as a fully automatable Shake control that will shake the virtual springs around for those thunderous spring effects. Get some recognizable character in your mix with the Spring Reverb!
When your mix lacks that certain something, Softube’s Spring Reverb may very well be it. A spring reverb is built into a lot of classic guitar amplifiers and is consequently often used for guitars. But you wouldn’t do it justice to think a reverb of this type was limited to guitars only. It can add a lot of personality and character to a vocal track, a snare drum, percussion, an electric organ or just about anything. It’s very much a sound of its own and it will help set your mix apart from the rest.
Plus, there’s not only one spring reverb sound. We included a few settings so you can choose which spring reverb character you’re after. The number of springs and their tension highly affects the sound and feel, so it’s up to you to determine what your track needs. There are also tube-driven Bass and Treble controls to further affect the sound. And if you want that explosive boom you’ll get from shaking a true spring reverb (making the springs bounce and slam into each other), we modeled that too.
A tasty echo effect that can go from clean to rude by overdriving its three modeled tube stages. Create anything from realistic room echoes to rockabilly style slap backs, or take it all the way into dub reggae echo madness.
A slightly dark and distorted delay has a way of giving a great sense of space and size to a mix without really drawing attention to itself. So that’s where our Tube Delay gets in the picture.
The controls are quite self explanatory, but it’s the sound that sets Tube Delay apart from any other delay you have tried. The drive knobs add a wonderfully dirty distorsion and the tone controls are just sweet. There’s actually three different tube stages in this model, each adding to the total sound. The tone controls are passive and add further to the distortion. Turn up the feedback while running, and you’ll have the authentic dub echo madness! We of course added the possibility of tempo syncing the delay to your song.
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