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Audified releases MultiDrive Pedal Pro


Audified has released another set of stomp boxes, MultiDrive Pedal Pro, which utilizes increased computer performance and reflects gear modeling and 3D graphics techniques advances of the last 20 years.

MultiDrive Pedals Pro is a set of 12 legendary stomp boxes in a plugin. The new improved Pro version offers even better sound and features than the original version. With 32 presets chosen by guitarists, the Pro gives you many options to kick up your sound.

Audified say "As you may check here, Audified celebrates 20 years of development under brand names DSound, Audiffex and Audified. One of our first products was a set of Stomp Boxes. From the beginning, we were company focused on guitar software. GT player – our first guitar focused product was selected by M-Audio for their guitar bundles and was very successful."

The MultiDrive stomp boxes:

  • 808-Scream is based on Ibanez TS-808 Tube Screamer, a guitar overdrive pedal, made by Ibanez. TS-808 is the first Tube Screamer, the TS808, was released in the late 1970s The pedal has a characteristic mid-boosted tone popular with blues and rock players. The "legendary" Tube Screamer has been used by countless guitarists to create their signature sound, and is one of the most successful, widely copied, and "modded" overdrive pedals in the history of the electric guitar.
  • 9-Scream is based on Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer, a guitar overdrive pedal, made by Ibanez. From 1982 to 1985, Ibanez produced the "9-series" of overdrive pedals. The TS9 Tube Screamer is almost the same internally as the TS808 but the TS9 had a different output, which caused the pedal to sound brighter and less smooth.
  • B-Drive is based on Boss Blues Driver. The BD-2 Blues Driver delivers the creamy, yet crunchy sound associated with great blues guitar. This popular pedal provides instant access to the kind of warm overdrive and emotive distortion usually reserved for 30-year-old tube amps.
  • O-Drive is based on Boss Over Drive. The OD-1 is by now legendary. Artist of the 70's was mostly using a fuzz distortion sound and the overdrive produced by the OD-1 was not typical. It was however soon accepted as the new standard of guitar sound. The OD-1 features an asymmetric circuit where the positive and negative halves of the waveform isn't distorted equally.
  • S-Drive is based on Boss Super OverDrive. The SD-1 has been around for a very long time and has gone almost unchanged from its conception back in 1981. The pedal contains an asymmetric overdrive circuit that responds very well to the player's picking force. It produces a dynamic and smooth overdrive effect well suited to any type of rock music. The SD-1 is also popular as a booster pedal for valve amplifiers.
  • One-Distortion is based on Boss Distortion. The DS-1 Distortion is a true icon in the world of guitar effects. Introduced in 1978, BOSS's first distortion pedal defined a bold new sound, delivering hard-edged attack and smooth sustain that's been a staple of players for generations. The DS-1 is the top-selling BOSS compact pedal ever, and its original, unchanged design continues to inspire the creation of great music everywhere.
  • BAT-Distortion is based on ProCo RAT Distortion. The Pro Co "The RAT" is a guitar effects pedal produced by Pro Co Sound. The Pro Co RAT became very popular in the early 1980s, thanks in part to fame gained by its use by several artists. The beauty of the RAT lies in its versatility. Used as a primary distortion, it excels at arena rock rhythm tones and soaring leads.
  • XXL-Distortion is based on MXR Distortion+ which is a distortion pedal originally designed in the 1970s by MXR Innovations. As its name implies ""distortion, "" it's a 'distortion' (parallel clipping) but has a rather mild sound. This pedal is perhaps best known for its crunchy heavy metal sound that was featured by Randy Rhoads in his work with Ozzy Osbourne. The Distortion+ delivers everything from cool overdriven blues tones to huge '80s hard rock distortion.
  • M-Distortion is based on Boss Metal Zone. It delivers a very wide range of distortion sounds with 3-band EQ and strong sustain. The MT-2 Metal Zone is one of BOSS' most popular pedals. This stomp box provides some of the most over-the-top, insane distortion tones in the world—with huge mids and lows and an ultra-saturated sound.
  • F-Fuzz is based on Jim Dunlop Fuzz Face. The Fuzz Face is an effects pedal used mainly by electric guitarists and by some bass players. It is a stompbox designed to produce a distorted sound from an electric guitar, a sound referred to as "fuzz," which earlier was achieved sometimes by accident, through broken electrical components or damaged speakers. This particular Fuzz Face Distortion is constructed to vintage specs, featuring the original Germanium PNP transistor design for a rich, creamy fuzz sound.
  • M-Fuzz is based on Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi (π). The Big Muff Pi (π), often known simply as the Big Muff, is a fuzzbox produced in New York City by the Electro-Harmonix company, along with their Russian sister company Sovtek, primarily for use with the electric guitar. It is used by bassists as well due to the Big Muff's squeaky frequency response. Hendrix and Santana were among the first to get a piece of the Pi, and for over 40 years the Big Muff Pi has been defining the sound of rock guitar.
  • T-Booster is based on Brian May Treble Booster which is an effects unit used by guitarists to boost volume and especially the high end of their tonal spectrum, and was popular mostly during the 1960s. Popularized by guitarists such as Tony Iommi, Ritchie Blackmore, Rory Gallagher, Brian May, and Marc Bolan, treble boosters were used to overdrive amplifiers in order to create a more distorted yet focused sound.

Price: $69.




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