The distinctive bass amplifiers Dynatube AG and Dynatube SW are divided into two sections each: the actual amplifier on the one hand, and the speaker simulation for the room, microphone and the transmission path for recording to the other. The sections of different types can be varied. An introduction and sound examples you find below.
Possible sample rates are 44.1kHz and 48 kHz.
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|Dynatube AG is quite different from the SW, much more complex, but what it lacks in simplicity, it makes up for in flexibility. It’s modeled on an Ampeg V-4BH, a great bass amplifier for anyone who likes the deep, fat sound of tubes. The V-4BH is a classic, a standard amp in the industry. Finding just the right sound of this beauty requires quite a lot of expertise, but once you’ve mastered it, it will do anything you want. It can be used for everything from a fat slap bass tone to a smooth reaggae low end, or a distorted punk rock bass sound. So feel free to go a little crazy!
This is how the Dynatube AG sounds:
|Dynatube SW is a bass amp simulation modeled on a Simms-Watts PA100. It’s an uncomplicated amp, and a great short-cut to achieving a fat, dirty, outstanding bass sound, suitable for many genres of music. What’s more, it takes user-friendly to a whole new level, as its forgiving sound covers up many little mistakes! The Simms-Watts PA100 is rare, true vintage, built in the 70’s. Originally, it was designed to be used as a PA amplifier, but today, most of its users are bass guitarists. There aren’t very many of these quite unique amps around, though, and we are proud to be able to make it widely available through the Dynatube SW Plug-In.
This is how the Dynatube SW sounds: