Audio Ease Releases Speakerphone Plug-In
Audio Ease has released Speakerphone, a speaker simulator with several environments for Mac and Windows. Some of the included environments include, a bad GSM connection on a busy sidewalk, a bullhorn with feedback, an overhead helicopter (why? we don’t know —Ed.), or even a 1952 rockabilly guitar amp.
Speakerphone gives you authentic speakers of any size in the real world. All the walkie-talkies, distant transistor radios, Guitar cabinets, upstairs TV sets, bullhorns, cell phones, and many more. Speakerphone also includes all the environmental sounds to make their speaker simulations as authentic as possible. Add dial tones, operators and static, it give your speaker sim true ambience.
Powered by Altiverb, Speakerphone combines a wealth of effects including a convolution engine that uses actual samples of hundreds of original speakers, a radio receiver tuning dial, record player scratch and static generator, GSM cell phone data compression, distortion, tremolo, delay, a variety of EQ and dynamics, bit crushing, sample rate reduction, a full blown convolution reverb, and a library of samples to combine into entire environments.
And then thereâ€™s the host of classic guitar amps, complete with tailor made distortion, spring reverbs, and everything else to build guitar tone like youâ€™ve never heard from a plug-in.
Audio Ease’s Speakerphone plug-in costs $495, and is available now for Mac OS X (VST/RTAS/AudioSuite/Audio Unit/MAS), and Windows XP (RTAS/VST). More information on Audio Ease Speakerphone.