Avid Eleven mkII
- Fabricant : Avid
- Modèle : Eleven mkII
- Série : Eleven
- Catégorie : Simulateur d'ampli/baffle logiciel pour guitare/basse
- Fiche créée le : 02/12/2016
Eleven MK II has all the same 16 amps and 7 cabinets as the Eleven plug-in but with an additional 17 amps and 8 cabinets
2 bass amps; the ‘1969 Blue Line Bass’ based on the great 1969 Ampeg SVT head, and DC Bass also based on a 1969 Ampeg SVT head but with a scooped lower-midrange response, enabling you to achieve more thundering lows with a tighter response than the original amp. And—unconventionally for a bass amp—DC Bass offers a tremolo circuit. Both these amps are well matched to the the ‘8×10 Blue Line’ bass cabinet based on an Ampeg SVT 8×10 with “towel bar”.
The DC amps are all custom Avid designs based on various different amp combinations to achieve new and unique sounds.
ink feature; click on the link button to link the amp to its intended cabinet. When first turned on the cabinet will change to match the selected amp and the LED will turn orange showing that cabinets are linked to the amps. Select a different amp and its associated cabinet will be automatically selected. When linked, if you change cabinet, the amp stays the same but the LED goes blue to show this is not the associated cabinet, changing an amp will again select its intended cabinet and the LED will go back to orange. Switch off the link so the LED is off and amp and cabinets can be independently selected.
This is a great feature since it allows you to try different amps without having to worry about matching the amp to the cab. For example, the ‘1967 Black Panel Duo’ amp is based on a 1967 Fender® Twin Reverb®, which is a combo amp with the 2×12″ Jensen C12Ns speakers built in. Link automatically selects the ‘2×12 Black Panel Duo’ speakers for the correct match of amp to speakers – see the screen above.
Eleven MK II comes with a new standalone Eleven MK II Cabinet plug-in that includes just the cabinets from Eleven MK II for sound design and multi-cab rigs, insert it onto any track to get the sound of a mic in front of a cabinet.
You can now send Eleven MK II to multiple cabinets to simulate larger guitar rigs. Eleven MK II supports the Aux Output Stems feature in Pro Tools. You can select the pre-cabinet output from any instance of Eleven MK II as an input to a track – see the screen above. By adding multiple Aux tracks and instantiating the Eleven MK II cabinet plug-in on each track, you can send an amp to multiple cabinets with complete control of how the cabinets blend into the mix, the end result is a workflow that feels more like tracking and mixing a mega live guitar rig.
Eleven MK II includes two new mics, the ‘Dynamic 20’, based on the Electro-Voice RE20 Cardiod Microphone, and ‘Dynamic 12’ based on the AKG D112 Dynamic Microphone. These are both great mics for bass so they become available when the ‘8×10 Blue Line’ cabinet is selected
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