Recabinet 5.0.4
by Kazrog
(Kazrog Website)

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Operating System: Mac OS X
File Size: 99 MB
License: Demonstration (All Demo software)
License Conditions:

Demo will periodically silence audio output. Registration $99.99

System Requirements:

OS X 10.6 or higher recommended (10.5 minimum.) Intel-based Macs only

Last Updated: 2016-06-06
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Software Description

Recabinet is the world’s ultimate cabinet simulator, launched in 2008 as the most comprehensive speaker cabinet impulse response library on the market. Since then, it has become a secret weapon of major artists and producers such as Steve Stevens, Vernon Reid, Devildriver, and Ill Niño.

In 2011, with Recabinet 3, it is a full-fledged, self-contained solution – an audio FX plugin for VST, AU, and RTAS formats for Mac OS X and Windows. It offers 20 virtual cabinets, 8 virtual mics, and 2 internal channels with the British-inspired Kazrog Konsole EQ, specifically voiced for making guitar and bass tracks come alive. Best of all, you can blend any cabinet and microphone/position combination with 100% phase coherency – breaking the laws of physics!

Cabinets:

  • 1960 – based on a Marshall 1960AV 4×12
  • Angora – based on a Line 6 Vetta 4×12
  • Blackface 4×10 – based on a Fender ’65 Super Reverb 4×10
  • Chordal – based on a Roland JC120
  • Damien – based on a Marshall 1936 2×12
  • Dazed – based on a Supro Thunderbolt
  • Eagle – based on an ENGL Pro 4×12
  • Excel – based on a Randall RS412XLT100 4×12
  • Genzie – based on a Genz Benz G-Flex ported 2×12
  • Green – based on an original 1970s Marshall 4×12
  • Igor – based on a Krank Krankenstein 4×12
  • Manatee – based on an Ampeg SVT 8×10
  • Motown – based on an Ampeg Portaflex B15N
  • Ogre – based on a Bogner Uberkab 4×12
  • Oversize – based on a Mesa Standard 4×12
  • Sterling – based on a Marshall Hand Wired 4×12 (late 1960s reissue)
  • Tangerine – based on an Orange 4×12
  • Top Boost – based on a Vox AC30
  • Tweed 1×12 – based on a Fender ’53 Deluxe 1×12
  • Zodiac 2×12 – based on a Selmer Zodiac Twin 30

Microphones:

  • 57 – based on a Shure SM57
  • 545 – based on a Shure Unidyne III 545
  • 121 – based on a Royer 121
  • 409 – based on a Sennheiser MD409
  • 421 – based on a Sennheiser MD421
  • i5 – based on an Audix i5
  • Reference – based on an Earthworks M30
  • U87 – based on a Neumann U87

New in v5.0.4

  • Stores and recalls IR paths in Pro Tools upon startup.
  • Smoothly crossfades between preset changes, as it has in the past.
  • Windows installers are properly code signed (this has also been retroactively applied to live Recabinet and Thermionik 5.0.3 installers on the server.)

New in v4.0.3

  • Level matched amp models using psychoacoustic algorithms, for loudness consistency.
  • Bugfix for bypassing Thermionik when re-opening sessions.
  • Bugfix for Screen heights being smaller than Recabinet’s window are fully supported in all cases, using a scrollbar.
  • Bugfix for Tonal and level differences across sample rates
  • Bugfix for the low frequency hum experienced in some versions of Pro Tools.
  • Various other Bugfixes

New in v3.6.2

  • Bugfix for interface lags and inconsistencies
  • Bugfix for CPU spikes that were affecting users of Ableton Live and Reaper.

New in v3.6.1

  • Bugfix for minor issues

New in v3.6

  • AAX 64 and AAX 32 support
  • Bugfix for minor problems with installer
  • Other improvements for the VST and AU formats

New in v3.5.1

  • Bugfix for issue with Logic 9 64bit
  • Third party IR import
  • Stereo panning
  • Various other bugfixes

New in v3.1

  • Completely rewritten audio engine
  • Improved CPU efficiency
  • Better sound and dynamic response
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