Two Notes updates Torpedo PI-Free to v1.0.4

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  Feb 18, 2011
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Two Notes Audio Engineering has updated its free Speaker Miking Simulation plug-in, Torpedo PI-FREE, to version 1.0.4.

Torpedo PI-FREE is a channel strip plug-in based on Two Notes' flagship model, Torpedo PI-101, but only features 1 model of power amp simulation (EL34 / AB class), 1 speaker cab (based on a Marshall 4x12) and 1 type of microphone (based on a Shure SM57). And you still have the full Post FX section.

Of course, the PI-FREE plug-in features the unique Torpedo algorithm, originally found on Two Notes' VB-101 unit, that allows you to virtually move the microphone in front of the speaker cabinet (as you would in a real recording room) and to simulate the sound of a hard driven speaker.

Changes In Torpedo PI-FREE

  • Audio processing optimizations.
  • Plugin parameters correctly saved and loaded at closing and opening of a project.
  • Better management of internal DAW presets.
  • Default and step values changed on some controls (input and output gain, compressor).
  • Mouse wheel support improved.
  • Impulse loading error fixed when display window is off.
  • GUI : Vu-meter scale changed.
  • GUI : modification of the PowerAmp display when off.
  • GUI : few display bugs fixed.
  • GUI : TwoNotes website URL inserted in the About box.
  • GUI : other minor GUI improvements.
  • Audio Unit: reduced window display mode improved.
  • Audio Unit: better management of automation and control surfaces.
  • Audio Unit : random Logic AU Validation Tool crash when validating plugin fixed.
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