The Torpedo is the product of ten years of extensive research. It is the first speaker-simulation pedal that can be wirelessly controlled, features dual micing for any virtual cabinet, and has expandable storage space.
“It is the missing link between the guitarist’s rig and a PA or an audio interface”, said Guillaume Pille, CEO and founder of Two Notes Audio Engineering.
“The C.A.B. M can sit at the end of the pedalboard as well as between the amp and the cabinet to capture the player’s tone when practicing, gigging or recording. It is the reinvention of our acclaimed C.A.B., which was the first ever dedicated IR loader in a stompbox format.”
Other notable features include a custom five-band semi-parametric equaliser, eight room choices, and the ability to load hi-res IRs of up to 200 ms while still maintaining low latency.
Keep an eye on Mixdown for our coverage of NAMM 2019 from Friday January 25 to Monday January 28 (AEDT). Two Notes Audio Engineering products are distributed in Australia through Innovative Music Australia.