Audio Assault – The Crown EX v1.1.0 (STANDALONE, VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | August 17, 2022


Year/Date of Issue: 09.08.2022
Developer: Audio Assault
Developer site: Audio Assault
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: cured [SEnki]
System requirements: WIN 7+

Description :
3 Channel California Amplifier Simulator!
Modeled after Mesa Boogie Triple Crown 100*
As part of a new generation of American amps, The Crown can give you the sound you need.
Designed to achieve the most brutal tones, without forgetting the pristine purity and crunchy rhythms.

Functions :
Amplifier features-
• 3 independent amplification channels.
• Switchable power amplifier tubes.
• Variable position of the tone stack circuit.
• Tight switching to all channels.
Detailed 3D cabinet modeling –
• The Crown includes extremely detailed cabinet modeling.
• Complete freedom to control two microphones for each booth.
• Each cabinet perfectly complements the main amp.
Dual IR Uploader –
If you prefer to use your own IRs, The Crown includes a dual IR bootloader with the ability to adjust the microphone position of any IR, even a third party one.
Stomp boxes-
• Gator II: Tame signal noise with this convenient single-knob gate.
• Booster: Change the character of the amp with the low and high knobs, or simply set the gain higher.
• Screamer: Make (virtual) lamps scream with this pedal.
effects rack-
• The Crown includes 4 effect modules to help you shape the final part of your tone.
• Graphic Equalizer: Controls the final sound output.
• Chorus: Expand your leads. Give them a taste.
• Delay: Gives clarity depth and a stereo feel.
• Reverb: add dimension to your sound.
Standalone application-
Jam with The Crown without opening your DAW! Turn on dual tracking emulation for better jamming!
Dual Track Emulation –
• Save time writing demos or ideas, or use it while jamming.
• Dual Tracking Emulation simulates a slightly different approach to one of the channels, providing the kind of wide distribution that only real dual tracking* can provide.
*We recommend using double-tracking emulation only on demos or when jamming, although the emulation sounds realistic in stereo, it breaks down more in mono than real double-tracking.

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