The Antelope Discrete 4 Basic + Verge mic bundle!
Discrete 4 Basic
Basic FX pack
Enter the world of authentic vintage gear modeling with the Basic FX pack that comes with Discrete 4. Explore the true sound of iconic and expensive units from BAE, Gyraf Audio, Lang and FET. The Basic FX pack allows you to use 2 instances of each EQ, compressor and AuraVerb; plus 1 instance of each guitar amp & cabinet models available. This Basic FX collection features 50+ Antelope Audio real-time FPGA FX.
Use them within the Discrete 4 EasyPanel or in a DAW via the new ConnectAFX Plugin.
Plug in your guitar directly into one of the hi-Z enabled inputs and instantly sculpt your tone with some of the most iconic guitar amps and cabinets around. Then add vintage compression, EQ and AuraVerb to hear a finished studio quality result with real-time responsiveness while playing through your preferred amp, cabinet and microphone combination. Perform and record either with FX or your direct input and process later using the integrated guitar effects.
Guitar Amps: Burnsphere (DE), Marcus II (US), Overange 120 (UK), Tweed Deluxe, Top30, Darkface, Modern, Plexi 59, Rock 75, Rock 22.10
EQ Legends: VEQ-55b, VEQ-STU 089, VEQ-STU 169, VEQ-STU 900, VEQ HA32C, BAE 1023, BAE 1084, NEU-W492, NEU-W495, NEU-PEV, VEQ-4K Series, VEQ-4K Black, VEQ-4K Brown, VEQ-4K Pink, VEQ-4K Orange, BAE-1073, VEQ-HLF, VEQ-1A, VMEQ-5, VEQ-55A, Lang PEQ2, UK-69, ClearQ
Vintage Compressors: X903, VCA160, Gyraf Gyratec X, Tube176, Grove Hill Liverpool, FET-A76, FET-A78, ALT-436C, BA-6A, SMT-100A, Stay-Levin, TubeChild670, Power EX, Power Gate, Feedforward Compressor
Combined with the already highly acclaimed Antelope Audio FPGA Vintage Compressors & EQ's, these new modeling microphones will comprise a true cutting edge front end that will usher in a new era for modern recording.
Verge is a small diaphragm modeling microphone suited for both nuanced accuracy and high SPL recording. Also exhibiting excellent performance on it's own, it can take on the character and personality of the world's best small diaphragm condensers and electrets.
The True Voices Of Vintage Microphones
Inside the FPGA Accusonic 3D modeling engine you can transform both Edge and Verge into vintage replicas giving you complete control over proximity effect, off-axis response and even allow you to change polar patterns during or after recording. Choose from a collection of classic and expensive microphones and track the results as you monitor live, bringing out a musician's best possible performance.
Vintage Mic Emulations:
Berlin 184, Perth 55, Freiburg 6, Aalborg 4006, Hamburg 40
Berlin 184 is a small-diaphragm condenser microphone and your top choice when recording cymbals, brass or percussion. It comes with a capsule with a cardioid polar pattern and can handle both extreme sound pressure levels, and subtle dynamics from acoustic instruments. It will suit both the rock'n'roll life and the chamber or orchestral setting. Signature German precision and sound is guaranteed.
Perth 55 is a small-diaphragm, true-condenser cardioid microphone with an omnidirectional capsule. It's very suitable for recording acoustic instruments, overheads and live performances.
No off-axis noise, no feedback, no unwanted audio signal in your recording. Instead, the cardioid Freiburg 6 microphone is focused on capturing voice or musical instruments with enviable attention to detail and no coloration whatsoever.
Modeled after an omnidirectional microphone, which has become an industry standard, Aalborg 4006 will allow you to achieve outstanding detail and depth. Our emulation is a dream come true for engineers for its natural sound, astonishing sensitivity, linear frequency response and extremely low noise-floor. Great for recording vocals or acoustic instruments, including guitars, woodwinds, brass etc.
Hamburg 40 is a versatile condenser microphone that can save your a** even if you're not recording in the best space possible. It shines bright when used for recording vocals or speech, but its low noise-floor and neutral directional specs are a guarantee for balanced sound when recording pretty much any sound source. Great for cymbals, overheads or whole groups of instruments.