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NAMM 2020 | Two Notes Launches Captor X, Standalone Load Box and IR Virtual Cabinet
NAMM 2020 | Two Notes has launched the Two Notes Captor X - a standalone load box, attenuator and IR cab simulator. Get the best out of your guitar amp on stage and in the studio with just one box.
The Two Notes Captor X is here to help you get the very best out of your amp, both on stage and in the studio. As a standalone load box, attenuator, and IR cab simulator, the Captor X gives your favourite amp the control and consistency of a modelling rig.
The Captor X carries on from where the standard Captor Reactive Loadbox left off, offering players an all-in-one loadbox, attenuator, and cab simulator.
Where the Captor X differs is its cab simulation, featuring true Impulse Responses as opposed the original Captor’s passive emulation – now you can get the sound of legendary backline speakers, classic microphones, and perfectly mic’d speakers, wherever you are.
With a single device, the Captor X truly takes your tube amp to the next level. You can use it as an attenuator to drive your amp hard while maintaining sensible stage volumes. You can use it as a load box to play silently with headphones or in the studio. You can create the sound of a mic’d guitar cabinet using IRs without needing to mic up a cabinet for real – perfect for creating a professional and consistent sound in any situation. You can even perform without an amp and plug in a preamp directly.
The Captor X also allows users to load in their own Impulse Responses for the perfect mic’d cabinet sound without a single microphone in sight. You’ll be able to choose the sound of your favourite cabinets, mic positions, and even rooms.
Other features include remote connectivity to the Torpedo Remote software on phone/tablet/computer, Dry/Wet signal routing, true stereo outputs, automatic Twin Tracker effect for double-tracked tones, stereo reverb, Enhancer effect, and Voicing effect tone control.
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