Audio Ease releases Speakerphone 2
22nd Apr 2009 | 14:40
More ways to mess with your sounds
PRESS RELEASE: In the 17 months since Speakerphone's release it has quickly become a household name in audio post production and also in many music studios.
Speakerphone version 2 has a new cleaner look, new features, many newly sampled guitar amp cabinets, antique phones, toys, answering machines and megaphones.
Speakerphone will give you all the walkie-talkies, distant transistor radios, upstairs TV sets, bullhorns, cell phones and guitar cabinets you'll ever need, plus five gigabytes of ambiences and sound FX to provide some context.
Added is a microphone simulation module that hosts microphones ranging from Royers to toy mics.
And also among the new modules in Speakerphone 2 is one that's called 'Coverup'. Coverup can place any sound inside tin cans, cardboard boxes, under blankets or in the closed trunk of a car.
Speakerphone 2 adds presets that switch via automation, an extensive LFO and envelope following section for controlling virtually all parameters of Speakerphone, and a Leslie speaker module.
The Speakerphone 2 upgrade costs $149/ €119, but free upgrades are available to anyone that purchased Speakerphone or the All In Bundle in 2009.
For more information, visit www.audioease.com
Information taken from official press release
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