AudioThing “Speakers”, a plugin that emulates speakers/microphones, is now available.
It’s a plug-in effect that uses AudioThing’s cutting-edge convolution engine to emulate a variety of speakers and microphones.
Shape any sound as it’s being played back on an old phone, radio, or classic cabinet, or as it’s being recorded by a vintage ribbon mic or toy recorder.
There’s a fully configurable effects chain of compression, distortion, and filtering, as well as a looping background noise for configuring sounds in a variety of environments.
Speakers is a zero-latency post-production plug-in.
- 47 types of speakers: cabinets, devices, phones, radios, speakers and toys
- 30 microphones: condenser, dynamics, phone, ribbon, etc.
- 15 distortion/degradation algorithms: from carbon microphone overdrive to GSM interference
- 35 types of background noise: device, location, organic, etc.
The price is usually $99, but the price is $75.