NAMM 2022: Two Notes unveils “the world’s most advanced virtual cabinet emulation plug-in”, GENOME
GENOME will be on show at NAMM 2022
NAMM 2022: Audio engineering manufacturer Two Notes today unveils its latest cab emulator plug-in, GENOME.
The “software ecosystem”, according to Two Notes, comprises of “the world’s most advanced” digital cab emulators and a variety of studio effects that can be applied to either an amplifier or preamplifier to heighten its tone, according to Two Notes.
Included in the “all-new flagship” software, is a “player-focused guitar-centric” interface, and the Frecnh company’s own DynIR technology.
DynIR is Two Notes’ tool used for creating an authentic emulation of guitar and bass cabinet technology. Bridging the gap between virtual and real cabinet sound, it holds the equivalent of 160,000 studio-grade IR files that can be adjusted to the needs of the user to help create a crisp tone. There are over 500 virtual guitar and bass cabinets, recording environments and microphones to choose from. Per cabinet, users can find eight mics and 10,000 mic positions.
The plug-in also includes eight independent channels with optional dual-lanes per channel.
In terms of studio effects in GENOME, users can get their hands on brilliant dynamic control modulation, spatial effects and corrective processing. The effects section contains more than 25 modules.
CEO of Two Notes, Guillaume Pille says: “Regardless of whether it’s an in-the-box rig or a hybrid software / hardware setup, our proprietary DynIR technology fused with a suite of Studio FX – not to mention eight mixer channels each with dual lanes – is set to elevate players’ tone to never-before ventured heights.”
GENOME is available to check out right now at NAMM 2022 (Hall D, Booth #5439). Although a beta won’t run until September, the price is set to be $29.99.