Amp Room is a plug-in suite designed for guitar players that emulates the workflow of tracking guitars in a “luxury studio”, with simulations of both classic and rarefied vintage gear. Softube has described the software as a “continuously growing platform”, boasting compatibility with its other plug-ins.
Music-makers are given access to emulations of six amplifier models, 16 cabinets, 10 effects pedals, eight utility modules and three studio effects – all of which can be run in combinations to create “authentic, and incredibly realistic guitar and bass sounds.”
Amp Room also allows other Softube plug-ins and modules to be inserted at any point in the chain, which could be used to create patches that would otherwise be trickier (or just bothersome) to execute in a physical studio setting.
Launching alongside Amp Room is its first expansion, the Marshall Cabinet Collection. As the name implies, this adds eight “classic, rare and hand-wired” speaker cabinet emulations, licensed by Marshall.
Each simulated cabinet also features its own set of six single-microphone options and six “mix-ready” microphone combinations that can be used on other amplifiers in Amp Room.
Introductory prices for Amp Room and the Marshall Cabinet Collection are set at $99 and $22 respectively; these prices revert to $149 and $39 after 9 July.
Softube has also made it known that upgrade paths for previous owners of Vintage Amp Room, Bass Amp Room, Metal Amp Room and the Amp Room Bundle will be available.
Learn more about Amp Room at softube.com
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