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Bogren Digital Release MLC Subzero 100 Amp Sim

Plugin Boutique are offering an intro deal on MLC Subzero 100 for a limited time, now only £69.95 / $89.30, increasing to £84.95 / $108.45. The offer ends August 31st.

Lay down your guitar tracks with one of the most exclusive, high-quality guitar amps available today. Modeled using groundbreaking new technology and sound designed by Jens Bogren, the MLC Subzero 100 plugin is a sonic powerhouse that genuinely stands out from the crowd of digital amp simulations.

Multi-faceted, lifelike, and endlessly inspiring — use the MLC to craft the guitar tones your songs deserve.

With its three distinctively different channels and a multitude of settings, the Bogren Digital MLC Subzero 100 offers a wide range of tonal options.

  • Channel 1 – A glassy, three-dimensional character ranging from sparkling clean to classic tube overdrive.
  • Channel 2 – Offers a more British-inspired ‘plexi’ crunch with a present midrange.
  • Channel 3 – This is high-gain territory. This channel has a juicy, gnarly character with a tight low end and unique clarity.

The amp is a fully featured, extremely accurate model of the physical amp, with a simplified interface to help you dial in the tones efficiently.

The power amp tubes can be switched per channel between 6L6 and EL34 — a feature unavailable on the physical MLC Subzero 100 amp.

The speaker cabinet makes up about 80% of the entire guitar sound. So it’s no surprise that the flexible tone monster that is the MLC Subzero 100 plugin comes with plenty of options for getting the cab sound just right. But don’t worry if you’d rather get straight to playing your guitar — just use one of the many expertly made presets that are included.

The cabinet section includes two cabinet slots and a Speaker Mix slider that lets you blend the cabs. 

Two different cabinets are included, Vintage and Modern, each with five classic microphone models that can be positioned and angled freely.

The two cabs have been carefully selected and set up by Jens Bogren personally, but if you want more options, you can load any impulse response into the two speaker slots.

Bogren Digital’s IRDX (Impulse Response Dynamix) technology breathes life into the guitar sound by adding dynamic and true-to-life speaker behavior to static impulse responses.

IRDX technology, developed by producer Jens Bogren, uses advanced machine learning methods to reconstruct the difference between a real cab and an impulse response.

The end result is a guitar amp sim that reacts like a real amp, easily fits in a mix without sounding stale, and feels great when playing through.

Impulse Responses are excellent at capturing the tonality and resonance of a guitar cabinet, but by nature they are only a static snapshot in time.

By itself, an impulse response has the tonal characteristics of a real cab but without dynamics, it creates a lifeless, fatiguing sound.

Real-life guitar speakers react dynamically to the input from the amplifier. They move air, compress, and break up depending on how hard they are being pushed by the amp.

MLC Subzero 100 is available to PC and Mac users (VST3, AU, AAX and standalone).

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