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torpedo_cab_m:torpedo_c.a.b._m_user_s_manual [2019/06/26 15:50]
david.desmarest [4.4 Torpedo Remote]
torpedo_cab_m:torpedo_c.a.b._m_user_s_manual [2019/10/14 16:13]
bruno.ferren [5.5 Technical Data]
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 When recording guitars or basses, it is common to apply a few effects to shape the sound before sending it to a PA or a recorder. In the Torpedo C.A.B. M you will find a simple but efficient EQ filter with three modes, GUITAR, BASS or CUSTOM. When recording guitars or basses, it is common to apply a few effects to shape the sound before sending it to a PA or a recorder. In the Torpedo C.A.B. M you will find a simple but efficient EQ filter with three modes, GUITAR, BASS or CUSTOM.
  
-==== - Room reverb ​====+==== - Reverb ​====
  
-One of the latest additions to our Torpedo firmware is a room reverb. When recording a guitar or a bass, the room sound is really important, especially with distant miking. With the Torpedo C.A.B. M, you get the option to choose how the record room sounds!+One of the latest additions to our Torpedo firmware is the reverb. When recording a guitar or a bass, the room sound is really important, especially with distant miking. With the Torpedo C.A.B. M, you get the option to choose how the recording environment ​sounds!
  
 ==== - The Torpedo technology, convolution and Impulse Responses ==== ==== - The Torpedo technology, convolution and Impulse Responses ====
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-Connect the speaker output of the amp to the AMP IN of the C.A.B. M, then connect the SPEAKER OUT of the pedal to  a loadbox (such as the [[https://​www.two-notes.com/​fr/​torpedo-captor|Torpedo Captor]]). The SPEAKER OUT is an uncompensated output (meaning without any kind of filter/​analog speaker simulation, a dry output). ​+Connect the speaker output of the amp to the AMP IN of the C.A.B. M, then connect the SPEAKER OUT of the pedal to  ​the amp/speaker input of a loadbox(depending of the loadbox you will use, the input is either described Amp input or Speaker input) of a loadbox (such as the [[https://​www.two-notes.com/​fr/​torpedo-captor|Torpedo Captor]]).Depending of the loadbox you will use, the input is either described Amp input or Speaker input. The SPEAKER OUT of C.A.B. M is an uncompensated output (meaning without any kind of filter/​analog speaker simulation, a dry output). ​
  
 It is also possible to plug the loadbox before the C.A.B. M this way:  It is also possible to plug the loadbox before the C.A.B. M this way: 
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 ===== - Remote control ===== ===== - Remote control =====
  
-\\ \\ 1. With a computer+\\ \\ With a computer
  
-The Torpedo C.A.B. M is a standalone unit, but you can control it from your computer (PCWindows or Mac OSX) with the Torpedo Remote software using a USB connection Create, save and load presets, load new cabinets or Impulse Response (IR) files. Download the Torpedo Remote for free on the [[http://​www.two-notes.com/​|Two notes Audio Engineering]] website.+The Torpedo C.A.B. M is a standalone unit, but you can control it from your computer (PCWindows or Mac OSX) with the Torpedo Remote software using a USB connection Create, save and load presets, load new cabinets or Impulse Response (IR) files. Download the Torpedo Remote for free on the [[http://​www.two-notes.com/​torpedo-remote|Two notes Audio Engineering]] website. See the [[https://​wiki.two-notes.com/​doku.php?​id=torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_c.a.b._m_user_s_manual#​torpedo_remote|section 4.4]] in this owner'​s manual dedicated to Torpedo Remote.
  
-\\ \\ 2. With a mobile device+\\ \\ With a mobile device
  
 You can also control the Torpedo C.A.B. M from a mobile device (tablet or phone) with Torpedo Wireless Remote. You will have access to all the parameters of the unit. Unlike the Torpedo Remote used with a computer via USB, you will not be able to load new cabinets or IRs in the pedal through your mobile device. You can also control the Torpedo C.A.B. M from a mobile device (tablet or phone) with Torpedo Wireless Remote. You will have access to all the parameters of the unit. Unlike the Torpedo Remote used with a computer via USB, you will not be able to load new cabinets or IRs in the pedal through your mobile device.
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 The Simulation mode gives you access to every parameters available to create a preset. The Simulation mode gives you access to every parameters available to create a preset.
  
-The interface of the Arcade ​mode has 4 specific sections, detailled hereunder.+The interface of the Simulation ​mode has 4 specific sections, detailled hereunder.
  
 <WRAP group> <WRAP group>
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-Custom ​Mode : Instead of having fixed frequencies to work with, you have band semi parametric eq with a low cut filter. ​+**Custom ​mode** ​: Instead of having fixed frequencies to work with, the Custom mode gives you access to band semi parametric eq (12 dB per octave slope). The bands are as follow:  
 +  * **Low Cut**: ​low cut, 10 - 500Hz 
 +  * **Low**: low shelf, 60 - 240 Hz, +/-20dB 
 +  * **LMid**: peak, 180 - 720 Hz, +/-20dB 
 +  * **Mid**: peak, 400 - 1600 Hz, +/-20dB 
 +  * **HMid**: peak, 1 - 4 kHz, +/-20dB 
 +  * **High**: high shelf, 3 - 12 kHz, +/-20dB
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-**Room**: The room type determines the type of reverb you will apply to your guitar or bass tone. You have access to 8 different ​rooms: Studio A & B, Hall A & B, Cathedral, Crypt, Basement and Loft. \\+**Room**: The room type determines the type of reverb you will apply to your guitar or bass tone. You have access to 8 different ​environments: Studio A & B, Hall A & B, Cathedral, Crypt, Basement and Loft. \\
 **Dry/​Wet**:​ Determines the amount of reverb to be applied to you tone. **Dry/​Wet**:​ Determines the amount of reverb to be applied to you tone.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 ===== - Torpedo Remote ===== ===== - Torpedo Remote =====
  
-With the standalone software Torpedo Remote, take control of the unit via USB, change the parameters, arrange or add/delete cabinets and IR files, and apply updates. Torpedo Remote will detect any new update or new Two notes cabinets (it requires a working Internet connection). +{{page>:torpedo_remote:torpedo_remote_v5:quick_presentation&​noheader}}
- +
-You can download Torpedo Remote for Windows™ and MAC OSX™ from the [[http://​www.two-notes.com/​|Two notes Audio Engineering]] website. +
- +
-Like the pedal, the Remote is arranged around the 3 modes : Arcade, Simulation and IR Loader. Here are the different layouts. +
- +
-{{ :torpedo_cab_m:torpedo_cabm_interface_1.jpg }}   +
-Arcade mode with the simplified rack and one microphone to move around the cabinet. +
- +
-{{ :torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_cabm_interface_2.jpg ​}}   +
-The Simulation mode gives you access to all parameters and the two microphones,​ which can be placed at the front or the back of the cabinet. +
- +
-{{ :​torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_cabm_interface_3.jpg }}   +
-The IR Loader mode gives you quick access to the 2 IRs you can use simultaneously,​ with a bigger display to visualize the complete name of the files. +
- +
-The Remote allows you to easily organize your Two notes virtual cabinets, your presets and your third party IRs. +
- +
-{{ :​torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_cabm_interface_4.png }}   +
-In the Cabinet Manager window, you can visualize on the left side the cabinets that are available in your license and on the right side what cabinets are loaded in the pedal. +
-you can drag and drop your cabinets from the left side panel (the computer side) to your Torpedo C.A.B. M. (the right side panel). If ever the 32 memory slots are full in the Torpedo C.A.B. M, you need to free space by dragging and dropping any cabinets to the bin. +
-{{ :​torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_cabm_interface_5.png }}  +
-The installation process of the Torpedo Remote software creates a folder where the Two notes virtual cabinets are stored : +
- +
-  * **"​%APPDATA\Two notes Audio Engineering\Cabinets"​ on Windows™**  +
-  * **"​~/​Library/​Two Notes Audio Engineering/​Cabinets"​ on MAC OSX™**  +
- +
-Torpedo Remote automatically downloads and saves the Two notes virtual cabinets in this folder. +
- +
-A **"Two Notes Audio Engineering"​** folder is created in the **Documents** folder of the user. This folder contains: +
- +
-  * a **"​Presets"​** folder containing a copy of all default presets installed in the C.A.B M. +
-  * an **"​Impulses"​** folder that can be used to store your IR files.  +
- +
-These two folders are used by default by the Preset Manager and the User IR Manager of the Torpedo Remote. +
- +
-To load a Two notes virtual cabinet, a .tur file or a 3rd party IR in the Torpedo, use the Memory Manager of Torpedo Remote.+
  
 ===== - Want more cabs? ===== ===== - Want more cabs? =====
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 | **THD+N ratio** ​          | 0.03% (IN LEVEL 0dB, sine wave 1kHz 4dBu)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 | | **THD+N ratio** ​          | 0.03% (IN LEVEL 0dB, sine wave 1kHz 4dBu)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 |
 | **SNR** ​                  | 91dB                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      | | **SNR** ​                  | 91dB                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      |
 +| **Memory Card** ​          | Supports standard capacity cards (512 bytes block size only) \\ and high capacity cards up to 16GB.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      |
 | **Power supply** ​         | Mains power adaptor DC Jack 2.1mm, negative center\\ Input voltage: 12V DC\\ Power: approx. 2 W\\ Current draw: 140mA typical, 200mA max                                                                                                                                  | | **Power supply** ​         | Mains power adaptor DC Jack 2.1mm, negative center\\ Input voltage: 12V DC\\ Power: approx. 2 W\\ Current draw: 140mA typical, 200mA max                                                                                                                                  |
 | **Dimensions** ​           | Width: 100mm including connectors\\ Depth: 121mm\\ Height: 60mm including knobs\\ Weight: 450 g                                                                                                                                                                           | | **Dimensions** ​           | Width: 100mm including connectors\\ Depth: 121mm\\ Height: 60mm including knobs\\ Weight: 450 g                                                                                                                                                                           |
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