An aresnal of amps and a virtual studio at your fingertips.
The Torpedo Live Digital Loadbox/Speaker Simulator is a combination of an analog REACTIVE 100W RMS loadbox and a powerful 32-bit DSP. The Torpedo Live was directly inspired by the crit...
The Fractal Axe-Fx II now just runs the delays and reverbs for Tosin’s Fishman Loudbox when he plays on the Kiesel nylon-string guitar. While he uses a Bogner 4x12 for stage volume, Tosin likes using this Two Notes Torpedo Live Digital Loadbox and Speaker Simulator so he can dial in tones/mic placement/speaker cab configuration for FOH each night.more
What brand is the cab simulator? That’s a Torpedo. It’s a French-designed cab simulator. It’s a brand called Two-Notes Engineering. That’s an amazing tool. I use it a lot to do demos, and even in the studio I used it because it’s so good. You can choose the type of microphone, like an SM57 or whatever on the cab, and it’s the sound. It’s amazing.more
In this video, Landreth explains why he uses the Two Notes Torpedo Live. "... why I choose the Torpedo Live is because I live, currently I live in a high-rise apartment in Toronto and I do a fair amount of guitar recording sessions sort of via correspondance, and I don't have a good isolation booth where I can put speaker cabinets and crank up my amps and record in my apartment without losing my apartment, or getting in trouble my neighbours. And so, I've been looking around for a solution to this and the Torpedo is exactly, exactly what I was looking for. It does a really wonderful job."more
In a tweet made by Syu in July 29th of 2017, for the studio recording of Galneryus' new album, "Ultimate Sacrifice," it is shown that Syu uses rackmount units for cabinet impulses and amp sims. Pictured here are Marshall JMP-1, VHT 2902 rackmount preamp, Two Notes Torpedo and Digitech GSP1101.more
"Hey guitar players/FOH guys... If you play guitar in a situation where you're always being told that your amp is too loud for the stage, check out the Two Notes Engineering Torpedo!!! It's load box that kills all stage volume, but keeps your tone intact!!! Great for church worship bands, etc."more
An aresnal of amps and a virtual studio at your fingertips.
The Torpedo Live Digital Loadbox/Speaker Simulator is a combination of an analog REACTIVE 100W RMS loadbox and a powerful 32-bit DSP. The Torpedo Live was directly inspired by the critically acclaimed Torpedo VB-101, the first-ever digital loadbox to have hit the market.
Your onboard cab collection
Carry up to 32 Two Notes cabs to choose from their ever growing cab collection (currently more than 45 cabs are available) in a single rack space unit.
Eight carefully selected microphones ready to capture your best guitar riffs. Whether you need a classic dynamic, a sweet ribbon or a high fidelity condenser mic, you have them all inside the box!
Mike like a Pro
Want more focus? Get closer to the cone. Two Notes' exclusive proprietary cabinet and microphone measurement technology accurately emulates the sound and process of miking a guitar or bass cabinet in a professional recording studio.
Onboard Power Amp Simulation
For those playing with guitar preamps, Two Notes Audio included all the fantastic sounding tube power amp emulations originally developed for the Torpedo VM-202. Keep your setup simple and light! And more versatile thanks to MIDI control.
Want more? Use your own IR's!
Load up to 512 IR's inside the unit (3rd party or your own files).
The «Quick Preview» feature of the Torpedo Remote software (Mac/PC) allows you to browse your library on your computer while playing with the Torpedo LIVE.
Many parameters influence the sound of your guitar or bass rig when it comes to recording. Taking good care of the cabinet selection and miking will dramatically improve the sound of your takes. The Torpedo simulation reproduces the tiniest variations of a cabinet behavior such as frequency response and distortion (*). Move the microphone in the virtual studio room thanks to the Torpedo IR synthesis, control the phase with the Variphi (*): all the settings you need to achieve great recordings are here.
(*) VB-101, VM-202 and PI-101 only
High-quality electronic design
The best simulation is nothing without a perfectly designed analog and digital circuit. Two Notes focus on the whole signal chain, from your amp or preamp output to the PA, monitor, headphones or recorder to ensure the best performance. Guitar and bass players deserve studio quality gear!
Power amp emulation
Connect your preamp or stompbox to your Torpedo Live, C.A.B. or PI-101. They embed Two Notes' component-based tube power amp simulation. Simply choose the amp design, characteristics, and select the tube type.
Power amp simulation
4 tube types: EL84, EL34, 6L6, KT88
2 different circuit topologies: classe A / single ended, classe AB / push pull
2 different modes: pentode, triode
Settings: Volume, Presence, Depth, Pentode / Triode switch
Available guitar cab models
2Notes CSG: Two Notes Custom 1×12? ElectroVoice EVM12L
Alichino: Cornford Harlequin 1×12" OB Celestion Vintage 30 UK
Angl VintC: Engl 4×12? Celestion V30
Bayou: Jenkins Sound Lab 2×12" OB Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang
BDeLuxe: Fender Blues Deluxe 1×12?
Blonde 63: Fender Bassman '63 Blonde Tolex Piggy Back 2×12?
Brit 65C: Marshall 1965A 4×10? Celestion G10L-35 closed back
Brit 65O: Marshall 1965A 4×10? Celestion G10L-35 open back
Brit Std: Marshall JCM900 2×12? Celestion G12T
Brit VintC: Marshall Slash Signature 4×12? Celestion V30 closed back
Brit VintO: Marshall Slash Signature 4×12? Celestion V30 open back
Calif C90: Mesa/Boogie 1×12? Celestion C90 (Black Shadow)
Calif StdC: Mesa/Boogie Rectifier Standard 4×12? Celestion V30 closed back
Calif StdO: Mesa/Boogie Rectifier Standard 4×12? Celestion open back
Can Abyss: Supro Clone 1×12" OB Eminence Patriot Cannabis Rex Hemp Cone
Eddie: Peavey 5150 2×12? Sheffield 1200
Feline: Bad Cat 2×12" OB Celestion Bad Cat Proprietary
Ferret: Suhr Badger 2×12" OB Warehouse Veteran30
Forest: Elmwood 2×12? Celestion V30
Free Rock: VHT Deliverance 4×12? Eminence P50E
Free Rock2: VHT Deliverance 2×12? Eminence P50E
Green Tri: Hughes&Kettner Triamp 4×12? Celestion Greenback
Jazz 120: Vintage Roland JC120 2×12?
JubilGreen: Marshall 2550 2×12? Celestion Greenback
JubilV30: Marshall 2550 2×12? Celestion V30
Kerozen: Diezel 4×12? Celestion V30
Monarch: Tone King Galaxy 2×12" OB Tone King 33? Custom Designed
Prime A: Divided by Thirteen FTR37 2×12" OB Celestion Blue & G12H30 70th Anniversary (mic G12H30 side)
Prime B: Divided by Thirteen FTR37 2×12" OB Celestion Blue & G12H30 70th Anniversary (mic Blue side)
R2D2: Musicman 112 RD 1×12" Electro-Voice EVM12L
RackHero: Custom Audio Amplification 4×12" CB Alien Transformer 20W Greenback clones
Silver77: Vintage Fender Twin Reverb 2×12? orange JBL
SilverJen: Vintage Fender Twin Reverb 2×12? Jensen C12K
StrongBack: VHT Fat Bottom 4×12? Eminence P50E
The One: Brunetti Neo1512 1×15? + 1×12?
Twill 15: Clark Tweed Replica 1×15" OB Jensen 1959
Vibro Utah: Vintage 1961 Fender Vibrolux 1×12? original Utah speaker
Vibro V30: Vintage 1961 Fender Vibrolux 1×12? Celestion V30
Voice 30: Original Vox AC30 JMI 2×12? Celestion "Silver Bell"
Voice 65: 1965 Vox 2×12?
VoiceModrn: Vox V212H, 2×12? Celestion Alnico Blue
Watt FanC: Hiwatt 2×12? Fane closed back
Watt FanO: Hiwatt 2×12? Fane open back
XTCab: Bogner 4×12? Celestion V30
2Notes CSB: Two Notes Custom 1×15?
Alu XL: Hartke XL 4×10?
AZ Ben: SWR Big Ben 1×18?
AZ Work: SWR WorkingMan 4×10?
Calif Low: Mesa/Boogie 2×10?
Fridge: Ampeg 8×10?
Heaven Bot: David Eden 1×15?
Heaven Top: David Eden 4×10?
Marco: Markbass 2×10?
New York: Markbass 4×6?
Rea One: AER Cab One 2×10?
Voice V125: Vox V125 2×12?
WGrandBlvd: Ampeg B15N 1×15" CB Jensen C15N, Vintage Ceramic
8 studio microphones
Ribbon 121, based on Royer R121
Ribbon 160, based on Beyerdynamic M160N
Dynamic 57, based on Shure SM57
Dynamic Bass52, based on Shure Beta 52
Dynamic 421, based on Sennheiser MD421
Dynamic Bass20, based on Electrovoice RE20
Condenser 87, based on Neumann U87
Condenser Knightfall, based on Blue Dragonfly
Amazing product and the addition of blend ir makes the twonotes system the best on the market for me. But crippling a 900 dollar product more then the free version of the "wall of sound plugin" when it comes to parametric eq and compression is simply not right.