GG Audio – Spin 1.3.0 (VST, VST3, AAX, AU) [WIN.OSX x86 x64]

By | November 24, 2022


Year/Date of Issue: 09.2021
Version: 1.3.0
Developer: GG Audio
Developer site: GG Audio
Format: VST, VST3, AAX, AU
Bit depth: 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka: present | R2R
System requirements: Windows 7 or higher / Mac OSX 10.9 or higher

Description : GG Audio has announced the release of Spin, an incredibly detailed simulation of several classic rotary speakers. Spin includes the Leslie 122 and 147, a regular high power model and the famous Yamaha RA200.

When your sound passes through a rotary speaker, something magical happens and nothing like it.

If you prefer a tone with some overdrive, Spin will come in handy. 3 separate simulations of a classic 40-watt amp contained in a 122/147 rotary speaker gives you everything from a little warm, to something crunchy, and all the way to the well-known “hot eggs”. Why 3 versions? Because different sets of lamps result in slightly different characteristics. We arranged them in order of increasing advantage. We’ve also included a High Gain setting that emulates the famous British guitar amp, prized for its amplification and distortion style, more suited to the Steppenwolf and Jon Lord sound types.

Spin comes with a great simulation of the classic 122 and 147 rotary speakers, but we’ve taken it a step further with a custom “high power” version that simulates a rotating cabinet that was previously only available to professionals. Although it is very similar to the classic, it has its own sound.

For something a little out of the ordinary, check out the RA200 cabinet. Based on a rare cabinet, this is a unique rotary speaker with 3 rotating tweeters and 2-15″ woofers. Spin also features a simulated British guitar amp cabinet with 4 – 12″ speakers.

Every engineer has their own special way of picking up sound from a rotator, and Spin has it all. Close the microphone for intense and pulsating sound, or for something smoother. Move them farther away for a dreamy stereo distribution, or set them close together for a mono output. Place the mics at the front of the cabinet for a smooth tone, or at the back of the cabinet for a little more presence. Spin also allows you to choose between dynamic and condenser microphones.

Classic 122, 147 and “high power” styling.
RA200 cabinet emulation (Pink Floyd fans will rejoice!)
Modeling the cabinet of a British guitar amp.
Reverb with room dimensions and Pre&Post modes.
4 microphones including choice of capacitors.
Fully adjustable rotation speed, acceleration and deceleration.
Turning on/off the diffuser of the rotor.
3-band equalizer.
Displaying the MIDI controller.
Low CPU usage.
4 wood finishes.

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