TSE X50 2.0 - Rock/Metal Suite - January 2014
TSE X50 version 2.0 is a complete suite for a quick guitar-tone setup for rock and metal.
It's using one of the most advanced modeling algorithms presented in a commercial plugin to this date, offering a real-time simulation of the electrical network in the stompbox/amp with acceptable cpu usage for modern processors.
The key features are:
- Noise Gate with adjustable threshold/attack/release
- TSE808, new updated version with improved even-harmonics etc
- TSE X50 v2.0, completely re-modeled with new interconnecting algorithms
- 6L6GC / EL34 pentode models
- Bias control to find the operating-point that suits you most.
- Low-cpu usage, zero-latency IR-loader with adjustable/unlimited IR length
- IR 'length vs frequency' analyzer
- Poweramp to speaker emulation that includes your favorite IR into the process, bringing some of the life back into your static linear IR
- DaFuk Tuner
- King-Pong (Stereo Delay)
- Aqualaser (Equalizer, HP/LP, Lowshelf/Highshelf, Band)
- Zero-latency and/or topology-preserving modeling throughout the signalchain
- Included IR's from Frozen Sun Audio, GuitarHack and Catharsis
Stay tuned for more updates as this product is getting closer to it's final state.
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In the meantime, here's a quick preview of a mixing session in it's current developer/beta-state.
TSE AUDIO is a DSP/audio software developer with a main interest in producing realistic digital emulations of analog hardware. This is done by developing advanced algorithms for each project, with roots in electrical engineering and analysis. The main developer to date is John A. Johansen.
The first software was released in 2009 under the name TSE X30 which is a digital emulation of a German highgain guitar preamp.
Meanwhile there's been developed a handful of plugins for both guitars & bass, and the complexity of the algorithms used in the plugins has grown by each project. The author is a mainly a musician/composer and won't finish a project until it sounds good, because of this it could take some time between each release/update.
Check out the software section for more info & downloads.
The software provided is free, but the process of research and developing is very timeconsuming.
If you like this software and/or want to keep future software free also, please show your support for future freeware development by buying a beer to the author in the support section to the right!
- John / onQel