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 ===== - Introducing the Torpedo C.A.B. M ===== ===== - Introducing the Torpedo C.A.B. M =====
  
-Two notes Audio Engineering is proud to introduce the Torpedo C.A.B. M (Cabinets in A Box), the missing link between the guitarist’s ​rig and the PA or an audio interface. Use the best virtual cabinets available or load your own IR files. This is the pedal version of the critically-acclaimed Torpedo hardware series, optimized for live playing. This product has been developed through years of technical research, with great attention to the needs of guitarists, bassists and sound technicians confronted with the challenges of miking instrument amplifiers, on stage or in the studio. Our goal is to provide ease of use, reliability,​ versatility and above all, perfect audio quality.+Two notes Audio Engineering is proud to introduce the Torpedo C.A.B. M (Cabinets in A Box), the missing link between the guitarist'​s ​rig and the PA or an audio interface. Use the best virtual cabinets available or load your own IR files. This is the pedal version of the critically-acclaimed Torpedo hardware series, optimized for live playing. This product has been developed through years of technical research, with great attention to the needs of guitarists, bassists and sound technicians confronted with the challenges of miking instrument amplifiers, on stage or in the studio. Our goal is to provide ease of use, reliability,​ versatility and above all, perfect audio quality.
  
-The Torpedo technology was created as an answer to the high pressure musicians have to deal with: lack of time, limited gear availability,​ loud amplifiers that can’t ​be played at desired volume, as well as bulky and heavy cabinets to carry. In addition, many musicians are more comfortable with their analog amplifier and effect pedals, and don’t ​want to perform using digital modeling systems, which may compromise their playing style and sound.+The Torpedo technology was created as an answer to the high pressure musicians have to deal with: lack of time, limited gear availability,​ loud amplifiers that can'​t ​be played at desired volume, as well as bulky and heavy cabinets to carry. In addition, many musicians are more comfortable with their analog amplifier and effect pedals, and don'​t ​want to perform using digital modeling systems, which may compromise their playing style and sound.
  
-For these players, the Torpedo C.A.B. M offers a “virtual” ​alternative to traditional miking, using a technology derived from the convolution reverberation,​ to achieve a degree of realism never experienced previously with simulators. The Torpedo C.A.B. M is the perfect line output everybody should have at the final stage of their pedalboard or after their amp section to send the sound directly to a PA or a recorder.+For these players, the Torpedo C.A.B. M offers a "​virtual" ​alternative to traditional miking, using a technology derived from the convolution reverberation,​ to achieve a degree of realism never experienced previously with simulators. The Torpedo C.A.B. M is the perfect line output everybody should have at the final stage of their pedalboard or after their amp section to send the sound directly to a PA or a recorder.
  
 **The Torpedo C.A.B. M finds its place on your pedalboard, after a preamp, among your usual stompboxes, or between the amp and the speaker cabinet as an amp DI.** **The Torpedo C.A.B. M finds its place on your pedalboard, after a preamp, among your usual stompboxes, or between the amp and the speaker cabinet as an amp DI.**
  
-The Torpedo C.A.B. M comes with a large library of 32 cabinets and 8 microphones among the most commonly used models in the world. You can also upgrade and add many other cabinets through the Two notes Store, our online virtual cabinet store.The virtual miking is achieved by choosing one cabinet and two microphones,​ and fine-tuning the position of each microphone in front of the cabinet. The Torpedo C.A.B. M allows the user to assume the role of the sound engineer in a professional studio.+The Torpedo C.A.B. M comes with a large library of 32 cabinets and 8 microphones among the most commonly used models in the world. You can also upgrade and add many other cabinets through the Two notes Store, our online virtual cabinet store. The virtual miking is achieved by choosing one cabinet and two microphones,​ and fine-tuning the position of each microphone in front of the cabinet. The Torpedo C.A.B. M allows the user to assume the role of the sound engineer in a professional studio.
  
-**The Torpedo Technology**:​ to bring you realism and playing comfort, Two notes has developed a unique technology based on an adaptation of convolution techniques. Starting with the measurement of an actual cabinet + microphone setup, the Torpedo C.A.B. M can accurately reproduce the system as it was measured, as well as the microphone’s ​position in space. In order to take full advantage of these digital algorithms, the highest quality audio design assures a perfect analog-to-digital conversion and a huge dynamic range to retain the ultimate playing experience.+**The Torpedo Technology**:​ to bring you realism and playing comfort, Two notes has developed a unique technology based on an adaptation of convolution techniques. Starting with the measurement of an actual cabinet + microphone setup, the Torpedo C.A.B. M can accurately reproduce the system as it was measured, as well as the microphone'​s ​position in space. In order to take full advantage of these digital algorithms, the highest quality audio design assures a perfect analog-to-digital conversion and a huge dynamic range to retain the ultimate playing experience.
  
 This product has been thoroughly tested in professional studios and stage environments and is the alternative many musicians are looking for, to achieve a professional sound capture of their amplified instruments. The Torpedo C.A.B. M will give you the elusive sound of the greatest recording studios and producers, anytime, anywhere. This product has been thoroughly tested in professional studios and stage environments and is the alternative many musicians are looking for, to achieve a professional sound capture of their amplified instruments. The Torpedo C.A.B. M will give you the elusive sound of the greatest recording studios and producers, anytime, anywhere.
  
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-| {{:​attention.png?​100}} ​ | **Please keep in mind that the Torpedo C.A.B. M is not a loadbox: when connecting the speaker output of your amplifier into the amp input of the Torpedo C.A.B. M, you must always connect a speaker cabinet to the THRU output. The amplifier output impedance must always match the speaker cabinet impedance.** ​ |+| {{:​attention.png?​100}} ​ | **Please keep in mind that the Torpedo C.A.B. M is not a load box: when connecting the speaker output of your amplifier into the amp input of the Torpedo C.A.B. M, you must always connect a speaker cabinet to the THRU output. The amplifier output impedance must always match the speaker cabinet impedance.** ​ |
  
  
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 ==== - The Torpedo technology, convolution and Impulse Responses ==== ==== - The Torpedo technology, convolution and Impulse Responses ====
  
-The impulse response (IR) of a system describes its behavior under the form of a very detailed filter. The convolution technique uses IRs to simulate the behavior of particular systems, such as reverbs, speakers, ​EQ…+The impulse response (IR) of a system describes its behavior under the form of a very detailed filter. The convolution technique uses IRs to simulate the behavior of particular systems, such as reverbs, speakers, ​EQ.
  
-It is the most accurate way to simulate sound signatures that are linear (i.e. without distortion) and timeinvariant ​(i.e. without modulation, compression, ​hysteresis…). It is particularly well suited for speaker miking simulation.+It is the most accurate way to simulate sound signatures that are linear (i.e. without distortion) and time-invariant ​(i.e. without modulation, compression, ​hysteresis). It is particularly well suited for speaker miking simulation.
  
-| **Two notes has developed a unique technology based on an adaptation of convolution techniques. Starting with a measure of a real cabinet + microphone setup, the Torpedo C.A.B. M can accurately reproduce the system as it was measured, including the microphone’s ​position in space by using IR synthesis.** |+| **Two notes has developed a unique technology based on an adaptation of convolution techniques. Starting with a measure of a real cabinet + microphone setup, the Torpedo C.A.B. M can accurately reproduce the system as it was measured, including the microphone'​s ​position in space by using IR synthesis.** |
  
 ==== - 3rd Party Impulse Responses ==== ==== - 3rd Party Impulse Responses ====
  
 The Torpedo C.A.B. M is capable of delivering the best guitar and bass tones by using the Torpedo technology, but you can also embed impulse responses that you have purchased or downloaded for free from 3rd-party developers, in WAV or AIFF formats. You can upload third-party IRs in the Torpedo C.A.B. M using the free Torpedo Remote software. The Torpedo C.A.B. M is capable of delivering the best guitar and bass tones by using the Torpedo technology, but you can also embed impulse responses that you have purchased or downloaded for free from 3rd-party developers, in WAV or AIFF formats. You can upload third-party IRs in the Torpedo C.A.B. M using the free Torpedo Remote software.
 +The C.A.B M allows the use of IRs between 40 ms and 200 ms long. There is up to 512 memory slots for 3rd party IRs in the pedal. Use the supplied memory card to load more 3rd party IRs in the C.A.B. M. 
 ==== - Create Your Own IR's ==== ==== - Create Your Own IR's ====
  
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   * on your pedalboard, after a preamp, among your usual stompboxes   * on your pedalboard, after a preamp, among your usual stompboxes
   * or between the amp and the speaker cabinet as an amp DI   * or between the amp and the speaker cabinet as an amp DI
-  * or after a loadbox, for silent playing of your amplifier+  * or after a load box, for silent playing of your amplifier
  
-To create a lightweight rig with a pedalboard, place the Torpedo C.A.B. M on your pedalboard knowing that the best results are achieved by placing it before the time-based and modulation effects (chorus, delay, reverb…), which then become brighter and clearer. This position also allows ​to take advantage of the possible stereo of these effects. This is similar to the way things are done in the studio, where modulations are often applied to guitar and bass tracks after recording.+To create a lightweight rig with a pedalboard, place the Torpedo C.A.B. M on your pedalboard knowing that the best results are achieved by placing it before the time-based and modulation effects (chorus, delay, reverb…), which then become brighter and clearer. This position also allows ​taking ​advantage of the possible stereo of these effects. This is similar to the way things are done in the studio, where modulations are often applied to guitar and bass tracks after recording.
  
-To use the Torpedo C.A.B. M as an amp DI, place it after the power amp section of your amp by connecting the speaker output of the your amp to the Amp Input of the C.A.B. M , and connecting your cabinet to the Speaker Output of the pedal. (DISCLAIMER:​ The Torpedo C.A.B. M is not a loadbox).  Using the C.A.B. M this way ensures you to send your exact full guitar tone to the PA or an audio interface to have the same quality studio-grade sound every single time you play.+To use the Torpedo C.A.B. M as an amp DI, place it after the power amp section of your amp by connecting the speaker output of your amp to the Amp Input of the C.A.B. M, and connecting your cabinet to the Speaker Output of the pedal. (DISCLAIMER:​ The Torpedo C.A.B. M is not a load box).  Using the C.A.B. M this way ensures you to send your exact full guitar tone to the PA or an audio interface to have the same quality studio-grade sound every single time you play.
  
-The Torpedo C.A.B. M can also be used after a loadbox ​connected to your amplifier in place of the speaker cabinet (such as the [[https://​www.two-notes.com/​torpedo-captor|Torpedo Captor]]). Simply connect the line output of the loadbox ​to the Line Input of the C.A.B. M. This will provide a silent playing rig, where you can take fully advantage of your amplifier'​s tone, without having to deal with sound level issues.+The Torpedo C.A.B. M can also be used after a load box connected to your amplifier in place of the speaker cabinet (such as the [[https://​www.two-notes.com/​torpedo-captor|Torpedo Captor]]). Simply connect the line output of the load box to the Line Input of the C.A.B. M. This will provide a silent playing rig, where you can take full advantage of your amplifier'​s tone, without having to deal with sound level issues.
  
 +**Setting the IN LEVEL switch **
 +
 +The Torpedo C.A.B. M is equipped with an input gain switch (IN LEVEL, item N°6 in figure 2.2). It allows you to dial the right amount of level coming into the pedal depending on the source (pedals, preamps, amps), in order to maximize signal-to-noise ratio. The best setting is obtained when the input level is as high as possible, while avoiding clipping. To do that, start by setting the IN LEVEL switch to +12dB, play, and lower it if the input clips (clipping is indicated on the display).
 +
 +Here as some guidelines depending on what's connected to the input of the Torpedo C.A.B. M:
 +  * When using an instrument or pedals, the +12dB setting will probably work best. You may have to lower it to 0dB if the instrument or pedals have a strong output though.
 +  * When using a line source (typically a sound interface), 0dB will probably work best.
 +  * When using an amplifier, you'll get a pretty strong signal, so -24dB is recommanded. If the amp is low power, like 10w or under, 0dB may work best.
 +In any case these are just guidelines. When in doubt, follow the proper procedure detailled just above.
 \\ \\
 ===== - Using the C.A.B. M with pedals, preamplifier ===== ===== - Using the C.A.B. M with pedals, preamplifier =====
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 Plug your Torpedo C.A.B. M as the last mono pedal on your pedalboard (for example after your distortion pedal). You connect your pedalboard to the AMP/​INST/​LINE IN (item N°4 in the [[http://​wiki.two-notes.com/​doku.php?​id=torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_c.a.b._m_user_s_manual#​cab_m_overview|overview diagram]] above) of the C.A.B. M, and the DI OUT (item N°12) or LINE OUT (item N°13) to a mixing desk or an audio interface. Plug your Torpedo C.A.B. M as the last mono pedal on your pedalboard (for example after your distortion pedal). You connect your pedalboard to the AMP/​INST/​LINE IN (item N°4 in the [[http://​wiki.two-notes.com/​doku.php?​id=torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_c.a.b._m_user_s_manual#​cab_m_overview|overview diagram]] above) of the C.A.B. M, and the DI OUT (item N°12) or LINE OUT (item N°13) to a mixing desk or an audio interface.
-Set the input gain switch IN LEVEL (item N°6) so that the level coming in the pedal is visible on the bargraph of the screen, and not clipping.+Set the input gain switch IN LEVEL so that the level coming in the pedal is visible on the bargraph of the screen, and not clipping. ​As a guideline, start by putting the IN LEVEL on the +12dB switch. If the pedals have a high output, you may have to set the input switch to 0 dB.  ​
  
-To create a lightweight rig with a pedalboard, place the Torpedo C.A.B. M on your pedalboard knowing that the best results are achieved by placing it before the time-based and modulation effects (chorus, delay, ​reverb…), which then become brighter and clearer. This position also allows ​to take advantage of the possible stereo of these effects. This is similar to the way things are done in the studio, where modulations are often applied to guitar and bass tracks after recording.+To create a lightweight rig with a pedalboard, place the Torpedo C.A.B. M on your pedalboard knowing that the best results are achieved by placing it before the time-based and modulation effects (chorus, delay, ​reverb), which then become brighter and clearer. This position also allows ​taking ​advantage of the possible stereo of these effects. This is similar to the way things are done in the studio, where modulations are often applied to guitar and bass tracks after recording.
  
-With this amp-less setup, we recommend ​to turn the Power Amp section (see section 4.3.1 for all the details about the Power Amp section) of the C.A.B. M so that the combination of your pedalboard and the emulated power-amp simulates a complete amp rig.+With this amp-less setup, we recommend ​turning ​the Power Amp section (see section 4.3.1 for all the details about the Power Amp section) of the C.A.B. M so that the combination of your pedalboard and the emulated power-amp simulates a complete amp rig.
  
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-Insert the C.A.B. M between your amp and your cabinet. To do so, connect your amp to the AMP/​INST/​LINE IN (item N°4 in the [[http://​wiki.two-notes.com/​doku.php?​id=torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_c.a.b._m_user_s_manual#​cab_m_overview|overview diagram]] above) of the C.A.B. M with a speaker cable and connect the SPEAKER OUT (item N°5) of the C.A.B. M to your cabinet, again with a speaker cable.+Insert the C.A.B. M between your amp and your cabinet. To do so, connect your amp to the AMP/​INST/​LINE IN (item N°4 in the [[http://​wiki.two-notes.com/​doku.php?​id=torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_c.a.b._m_user_s_manual#​cab_m_overview|overview diagram]] above) of the C.A.B. M with a speaker cable and connect the SPEAKER OUT (item N°5) of the C.A.B. M to your cabinet, again with a speaker cable. ​ 
 + 
 +Depending on the output level of the amp, set the IN LEVEL of the pedal to have the appropriate input level on the screen. With an amp, start with the IN LEVEL switch on 0 dB. If it is clipping (message will appear on the screen in the input bargraph), lower it to -24 dB. 
 \\ \\
 If you are using a combo, unplug the speaker cable connected to the amp section of the combo, plug this embedded combo speaker in the SPEAKER OUT of the C.A.B M, and connect the AMP IN of the pedal to the output section of the amp with an additional speaker cable. If you are using a combo, unplug the speaker cable connected to the amp section of the combo, plug this embedded combo speaker in the SPEAKER OUT of the C.A.B M, and connect the AMP IN of the pedal to the output section of the amp with an additional speaker cable.
 \\  \\ 
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-| {{:​attention.png?​100}} | **The C.A.B. is NOT a loadbox. Always keep a cabinet connected to the SPEAKER OUT when an amp is connected to the AMP IN of the pedal.** |+| {{:​attention.png?​100}} | **The C.A.B. ​is NOT a load box. Always keep a cabinet connected to the SPEAKER OUT when an amp is connected to the AMP IN of the pedal.** |
  
-===== - Using the Torpedo C.A.B. M with a loadbox ​=====+===== - Using the Torpedo C.A.B. M with a load box =====
  
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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  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). ​+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 load box(depending of the load box you will use, the input is either described Amp input or Speaker input) of a load box (such as the [[https://​www.two-notes.com/​fr/​torpedo-captor|Torpedo Captor]]). Depending ​on the load box 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 load box before the C.A.B. M this way:  
 +connect the load box to the speaker output of your amp, then connect the uncompensated output (meaning without any kind of filter/​analog speaker simulation, a dry output) of the load box to the Torpedo C.A.B. M.
  
-It is also possible to plug the loadbox before the C.A.B. M this way:  +Depending on the output level of the load box, set the IN LEVEL of the pedal to have the appropriate input level on the screen. With an amp, start with the IN LEVEL switch on 0 dB. If it is clipping, lower it to -24 dB.
-connect the loadbox to the speaker output of your amp, then connect the uncompensated output (meaning without any kind of filter/​analog speaker simulation, a dry output) of the loadbox to the Torpedo C.A.B. M. Depending on the output level of the loadbox, set the input gain selector ​of the pedal to have the appropriate input level on the screen. ​+
  
 \\ \\ **When using the Torpedo C.A.B. M with an amp, we recommend switching OFF the Power Amp simulation section.** \\ \\ **When using the Torpedo C.A.B. M with an amp, we recommend switching OFF the Power Amp simulation section.**
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 ===== - The Torpedo C.A.B. M interface ===== ===== - The Torpedo C.A.B. M interface =====
  
-The Torpedo C.A.B. M is organised ​around 2 environments : PERFORM and MENU accessible with the 2 encoders on the front panel (which are also push-buttons) as seen in [[http://​wiki.two-notes.com/​doku.php?​id=torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_c.a.b._m_user_s_manual#​cab_m_overview|figure 2.2]].+The Torpedo C.A.B. M is organized ​around 2 environments: PERFORM and MENU accessible with the 2 encoders on the front panel (which are also push-buttons) as seen in [[http://​wiki.two-notes.com/​doku.php?​id=torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_c.a.b._m_user_s_manual#​cab_m_overview|figure 2.2]].
  
 When pushing a button or turning an encoder, you will see a parameter moving on the display. When pushing a button or turning an encoder, you will see a parameter moving on the display.
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 5. Output level (from Mute to +12dB) ​ 5. Output level (from Mute to +12dB) ​
  
-In this menu you can navigate in the presets and set the output volume of the unit. You will be in this menu when playing without editing or modifying any parameter. This way you can have fast access to the volume in case you have to quickly lower or increase the volume in any situation.+In this menuyou can navigate in the presets and set the output volume of the unit. You will be in this menu when playing without editing or modifying any parameter. This way you can have fast access to the volume in case you have to quickly lower or increase the volume in any situation.
  
 We recommend first to search for a preset close to the sound you have in mind, then tweak the selected. We recommend first to search for a preset close to the sound you have in mind, then tweak the selected.
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   * pressing on the right (ENTER) encoder makes you go into the selected section or toggle the selected parameter   * pressing on the right (ENTER) encoder makes you go into the selected section or toggle the selected parameter
  
-All starts ​with the first section, which allows you to chose which mode you will be working ​in : Arcade, Simulation or IR Loader.+All start with the first section, which allows you to choose ​which mode you will be working ​in: Arcade, Simulation or IR Loader.
  
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 To enter any section and edit the related parameters, scroll to the relevant section by turning the PARAM encoder and press ENTER to enter. Some sections can be modified directly without entering it, by turning the VALUE encoder. For most of them, this means turning it ON or OFF (the image will then appear in negative mode). To enter any section and edit the related parameters, scroll to the relevant section by turning the PARAM encoder and press ENTER to enter. Some sections can be modified directly without entering it, by turning the VALUE encoder. For most of them, this means turning it ON or OFF (the image will then appear in negative mode).
  
-Depending ​of the mode, the editable sections change. We will go through the sections for each mode.+Depending ​on the mode, the editable sections change. We will go through the sections for each mode.
  
 ==== - Arcade mode ==== ==== - Arcade mode ====
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 In the simplified interface of the Arcade mode, each parameter actually controls one or several parameters of the device. In the simplified interface of the Arcade mode, each parameter actually controls one or several parameters of the device.
  
-The interface of the Arcade mode has 3 specific sections, ​detailled ​hereunder.+The interface of the Arcade mode has 3 specific sections, ​detailed ​hereunder.
  
 <WRAP group> <WRAP group>
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-**Power amp**: In Guitar mode we selected an EL34 Pentode PP power amp and a 6L6 Pentode PP power amp for Bass. Presence and Depth are fixed at 100%. The Power amp parameter ​determine ​the amp master volume, from Cold to Hot. it can also be turned OFF. +**Power amp**: In Guitar modewe selected an EL34 Pentode PP power amp and a 6L6 Pentode PP power amp for Bass. Presence and Depth are fixed at 100%. The Power amp parameter ​determines ​the amp master volume, from Cold to Hot. it can also be turned OFF. 
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-**Contour**:​ EQ settings based on a loudness algorithm. Vintage will cut low and high frequencies while Modern will emphasize them. The EQ parameters ​depends ​on the Guitar/Bass setting. ​+**Contour**:​ EQ settings based on a loudness algorithm. Vintage will cut low and high frequencies while Modern will emphasize them. The EQ parameters ​depend ​on the Guitar/Bass setting. ​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 ==== - Simulation ==== ==== - Simulation ====
  
-The Simulation mode gives you access to every parameters ​available to create a preset.+The Simulation mode gives you access to every parameter ​available to create a preset.
  
-The interface of the Simulation mode has 4 specific sections, ​detailled ​hereunder.+The interface of the Simulation mode has 4 specific sections, ​detailed ​hereunder.
  
 <WRAP group> <WRAP group>
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-The next window is where you set levels, mute and phase for each microphone. \\ Note: all the microphone ​in all the Two notes Virtual Cabinets are already captured in phase with each others, so the Phase parameter is not needed to correct the relative phase of the two microphones. This parameter can rather be used to get a specific out-of-phase effector correct the phase between the C.A.B. M microphones and an external signal.+The next window is where you set levels, muteand phase for each microphone. \\ Note: all the microphones ​in all the Two notes Virtual Cabinets are already captured in phase with each other, so the Phase parameter is not needed to correct the relative phase of the two microphones. This parameter can rather be used to get a specific out-of-phase effect or correct the phase between the C.A.B. M microphones and an external signal.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-The following window shows you how the mics are placed in regards ​of the cabinet, and this part will let you do the mic placement for each microphone with the following sequence of parameters.+The following window shows you how the mics are placed in regards ​to the cabinet. This part lets you do the mic placement for each microphone with the following sequence of parameters.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
-  * Axis : You will set the placement of the mic towards the cone of the cabinet'​s speaker. At 0% the mic is placed at the center of the speaker, at 100% the mic is placed either at the edge of the speaker (when the mic is at the grill cloth), or up to 1 meter (3 feet) away from the center (when the mic is at the furthest distance of the cabinet). +  * Axis: You will set the placement of the mic towards the cone of the cabinet'​s speaker. At 0% the mic is placed at the center of the speaker, at 100% the mic is placed either at the edge of the speaker (when the mic is at the grill cloth), or up to 1 meter (3 feet) away from the center (when the mic is at the furthest distance of the cabinet). 
-  * Dist : You will set the distance of the mic towards the cabinet. At 0% the microphone is placed at the grid cloth of the cabinet. At 100% the mic is placed at 3 meters (10 feet) from the cabinet. +  * Dist: You will set the distance of the mic towards the cabinet. At 0% the microphone is placed at the grid cloth of the cabinet. At 100% the mic is placed at 3 meters (10 feet) from the cabinet. 
-  * Side : You will place the mic at the Front or at the Back of the cabinet.+  * Side: You will place the mic at the Front or at the Back of the cabinet.
  
 === - EQ === === - EQ ===
-The EQ section has 3 mode of operations : guitar, bass and custom. ​+The EQ section has 3 modes of operations: guitar, bass and custom. ​
  
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 === - Reverb === === - Reverb ===
  
-To enhance ​you experience with the Torpedo C.A.B. M, especially when playing with headphones, your unit features different reverbs.+To enhance ​your experience with the Torpedo C.A.B. M, especially when playing with headphones, your unit features different reverbs.
  
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-**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. \\ +**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, Basementand 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 your tone.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 ==== - IR loader ==== ==== - IR loader ====
  
-This mode is solely dedicated to third party IRs. The Torpedo C.A.B. M allows for the use of IRs which are up to 200 ms long. +This mode is solely dedicated to third party IRs. The Torpedo C.A.B. M allows for the use of IRs (up to 200 ms long)The internal memory has the following allowances regarding the length of the IR: 
 +  * 512 slots for 20ms IRs 
 +  * 256 slots for 40ms IRs 
 +  * 128 slots for 100ms IRs 
 +  * 64 slots for 200ms IRs
  
 The interface of the IR Loader mode is similar to the Simulation mode. It differs only in the Miking section. For a description of the other sections, see the Simulation mod description above. The interface of the IR Loader mode is similar to the Simulation mode. It differs only in the Miking section. For a description of the other sections, see the Simulation mod description above.
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-You have access to the Folder where you will then select an IR. First you choose your folder where you will be browsing the IRs you need. Then the IR file you will use. +You have access to the Folder where you will then select an IR. Firstyou choose your folder where you will be browsing the IRs you need. Then the IR file you will use. USER 0, 1, 2 and 3 are the location of the internal memory of the pedal. Memory Card is the location of the IRs stored on the memory card. FILE shows the IR currently selected. To change it, use the VOLUME/​VALUE knob. Go to section 4.5.3.2 for a full description of the memory card use.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 This parameter lets you set the level of the preset. This parameter lets you set the level of the preset.
 \\ \\
-It is independent of the output level (set in the PERFORM environment),​ which is the same for all presets and acts as a general, ​master level.+It is independent of the output level (set in the PERFORM environment),​ which is the same for all presets and acts as a master level.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-First you rename the preset by scrolling the characters. ​+Firstyou rename the preset by scrolling the characters. ​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-When the name is done, press Enter (the right encoder knob) to select the memory slot where you will save the preset. Once you have chosen the slot, press enter. The unit will display ​« Saving, please wait... » and when saved, you will be at the memory location you saved for this preset. ​+When the name is done, press Enter (the right encoder knob) to select the memory slot where you will save the preset. Once you have chosen the slot, press enter. The unit will display ​« Saving, please wait... » and when saved, you will be at the memory location you saved for this preset. ​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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-Here you will have access to parameters that concerns the aux input, the display, the memory,​etc. ​+Here you will have access to parameters that concerns the aux input, the display, the memory, etc. 
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-This setting combines the resolution of the third party IRs you are using and the latency it generates. If you choose a low latency setting, your IRs will be truncated at 40ms. Selecting a higher resolution for the IRs (up to 200 ms) will result in more latency.+This setting combines the resolution of the third-party IRs you are using and the latency it generates. If you choose a low latency setting, your IRs will be truncated at 40ms. Selecting a higher resolution for the IRs (up to 200 ms) will result in more latency.
 \\ \\
 The indicated latency is the actual latency of the whole device, measured from the input to the output. Even at the highest setting, the latency is low enough not to be noticed when playing. However, latencies add up when using several digital products, which can lead to a point where it becomes noticeable. In that case, lowering this setting can prove useful. The indicated latency is the actual latency of the whole device, measured from the input to the output. Even at the highest setting, the latency is low enough not to be noticed when playing. However, latencies add up when using several digital products, which can lead to a point where it becomes noticeable. In that case, lowering this setting can prove useful.
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-The Torpedo C.A.B. M comes with a memory card of 256 MB to have access to more third party IRs in the IR loader mode. Here you can browse the IRs you have loaded on the memory card (only 48KHz .wav files are displayed). If you need to load other formats of IR files, please read below on how to do so using Torpedo Remote.+The Torpedo C.A.B. M comes with a memory card of 256 MB to have access to more third-party IRs in the IR loader mode. Here you can browse the IRs you have loaded on the memory card (only 48KHz .wav files are displayed). If you need to load other formats of IR files, please read below on how to do so using Torpedo Remote.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-The OLED technology used in the screen of the Torpedo C.A.B. M allows for better display with higher resolution graphics. This technology is however known to be sensitive to a burn-in phenomenonwhen continuously displaying the same graphics. To avoid this issue, we implemented a set of screensaver options. We recommend you use them to increase the lifespan of the display screen.+The OLED technology used in the screen of the Torpedo C.A.B. M allows for better display with higher resolution graphics. This technology is however known to be sensitive to a burn-in phenomenon when continuously displaying the same graphics. To avoid this issue, we implemented a set of screensaver options. We recommend you use them to increase the lifespan of the display screen.
 \\ \\
 You can choose between an animation, a dim of the display, or the screen going into sleep mode (turns off) after a delay period you set from 1 to 60 seconds. ​ You can choose between an animation, a dim of the display, or the screen going into sleep mode (turns off) after a delay period you set from 1 to 60 seconds. ​
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-This menu indicates whether you are connected to the Remote or notand if you are connected to the C.A.B. M by USB or by Bluetooth (BLE). This can be used to troubleshoot communication issues with the Remote and Wireless Remote softwares.+This menu indicates whether you are connected to the Remote or not and if you are connected to the C.A.B. M by USB or by Bluetooth (BLE). This can be used to troubleshoot communication issues with the Remote and Wireless Remote softwares.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 ==== - Which cabinet is the right one for me? ==== ==== - Which cabinet is the right one for me? ====
  
-The Torpedo C.A.B. M comes with 32 cabinets, for bass and guitar. Among these cabinets you will find some that you know, others that you should know, and maybe the hidden gem that will work for you and you had no idea. To work faster, you should make sure the EQ, reverb and anything apart the cabinet and microphones are turned off so you can concentrate on that part of the process.+The Torpedo C.A.B. M comes with 32 cabinets, for bass and guitar. Among these cabinets you will find some that you know, others that you should know, and maybe the hidden gem that will work for you and you had no idea. To work faster, you should make sure the EQ, reverb and anything apart from the cabinet and microphones are turned off so you can concentrate on that part of the process.
  
-Please try the cabinets without too much preconceived idea about what you think you need. Often, the solution comes from a cabinet you wouldn’t ​think of. As a general guide, we recommend using small sized cabinets for more mids and high frequency, they are good for solos and clean tones. Use the big boys on distorted and/or or rhythm guitars.+Please try the cabinets without too much-preconceived idea about what you think you need. Often, the solution comes from a cabinet you wouldn'​t ​think of. As a general guide, we recommend using small-sized cabinets for more mids and high frequency, they are good for solos and clean tones. Use the big boys on distorted and/or rhythm guitars.
  
 ==== - Which microphone is the right one for that cabinet? ==== ==== - Which microphone is the right one for that cabinet? ====
  
-You will find a selection of 3 types of microphones with each Two notes cabinet: condenser, ribbon and dynamic. The microphone technology gives an idea on how it will sound, even if, with each technology, you could find microphones that are not sounding as you might expect.+You will find a selection of 3 types of microphones with each Two notes cabinet: condenser, ribbon and dynamic. The microphone technology gives an idea of how it will sound, even if, with each technology, you could find microphones that are not sounding as you might expect.
  
   * With the Torpedo C.A.B. M, you will choose a ribbon microphone if you need a smooth, creamy tone. They are perfect when the guitar or the bass is in a light mix (meaning without tons of other instruments or distortion). We always recommend that type of microphone for the guitarist or bassist who is approaching miking techniques for the first time, they will sound very close to what you hear on your traditional guitar or bass cabinet. ​   * With the Torpedo C.A.B. M, you will choose a ribbon microphone if you need a smooth, creamy tone. They are perfect when the guitar or the bass is in a light mix (meaning without tons of other instruments or distortion). We always recommend that type of microphone for the guitarist or bassist who is approaching miking techniques for the first time, they will sound very close to what you hear on your traditional guitar or bass cabinet. ​
  
-  * Condenser microphone usually ​give wide bandwidth and great details in the upper frequency. Very good on bright clean tones, they also excel at helping fit a distorted guitar in a mix. +  * Condenser microphone usually ​gives wide bandwidth and great details in the upper frequency. Very good on bright clean tones, they also excel at helping fit a distorted guitar in a mix. 
  
   * Dynamic microphones are what you usually find on stage because they are sturdy and reliable. They usually give good detail in the mids, but they are not as subtle as ribbon or condenser microphones. ​   * Dynamic microphones are what you usually find on stage because they are sturdy and reliable. They usually give good detail in the mids, but they are not as subtle as ribbon or condenser microphones. ​
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 ==== - Two notes cabinets ==== ==== - Two notes cabinets ====
  
-You can preview any cabinets that are not in your licence ​when using the Remote. This is why when you browse the cabinets in the Remote the list is way bigger than what you have in your licence ​or in your Torpedo C.A.B. M.+You can preview any cabinets that are not in your license ​when using the Remote. This is why when you browse the cabinets in the Remote the list is way bigger than what you have in your license ​or in your Torpedo C.A.B. M.
 \\ \\
 {{ :​torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_cabm_interface_6.jpg }} {{ :​torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_cabm_interface_6.jpg }}
-You will see 3 types of icons in front of the names of the cabinets :+You will see 3 types of icons in front of the names of the cabinets ​:
  
 |< 100% 10% 90% >| |< 100% 10% 90% >|
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 | {{ :​torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_cabm_interface_icon3.jpg }} | Cabinets which you do not own but can preview before buying them on the Two notes Store. | | {{ :​torpedo_cab_m:​torpedo_cabm_interface_icon3.jpg }} | Cabinets which you do not own but can preview before buying them on the Two notes Store. |
  
-\\ When you are previewing a cabinet that is on your computer (which means that you own it and it is in your license stored in your computer), the Remote needs to load the cabinet first so you can edit all the parameters. As you are previewing, you will only have access to one microphone for the cabinet. Audio is still going through normally through the pedal, so you can use the C.A.B. M like you would normally.+\\ When you are previewing a cabinet that is on your computer (which means that you own it and it is in your license stored in your computer), the Remote needs to load the cabinet first so you can edit all the parameters. As you are previewing, you will only have access to one microphone for the cabinet. Audio is still going through normally through the pedal, so you can use the C.A.B. M as you would normally.
  
 <WRAP group> <WRAP group>
 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-The pedal will show « Preview » ​on the screen :+The pedal will show « Preview » on the screen ​:
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
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 <WRAP group> <WRAP group>
 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-The pedal will show « La Boutique » ​on the screen :+The pedal will show « La Boutique » on the screen ​:
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-You can add the previewed cabinet in the Store Cart by clicking on the trolley with the plus sign :+You can add the previewed cabinet in the Store Cart by clicking on the trolley with the plus sign :
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
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 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-This operation can be repeated for any cabinets, and when you want to finalise ​the cart and buy the cabinets you want, you click on the trolley with the green tick and you will be taken to the online Two notes Store. The trolley with the minus sign allows you to remove the current cabinet from the cart :+This operation can be repeated for any cabinets, and when you want to finalize ​the cart and buy the cabinets you want, you click on the trolley with the green tick and you will be taken to the online Two notes Store. The trolley with the minus sign allows you to remove the current cabinet from the cart :
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
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 Torpedo C.A.B. M complies with third-party Impulse Responses (IRs) in .wav or .aiff format, 16 or 24bits, 44.1Khz to 96Khz. Torpedo C.A.B. M complies with third-party Impulse Responses (IRs) in .wav or .aiff format, 16 or 24bits, 44.1Khz to 96Khz.
 +
 +=== - With Torpedo Remote ===
  
 To load a file into the Torpedo C.A.B. M internal memory, use the IR Manager window. To load a file into the Torpedo C.A.B. M internal memory, use the IR Manager window.
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-**Note: with 3rd-party files you do not have access to microphone positioning parameters.**+**Note: with 3rd-party filesyou do not have access to microphone positioning parameters.** 
 + 
 +=== - With the memory card === 
 + 
 +If you wish to have more IRs than the 512 slots of the internal memory, use the memory card. The memory card is not seen by Torpedo Remote and is only accessible through the pedal itself. 
 +First, the memory card has to be mounted. (See Section 4.3.6.4 Memory card mount above in the manual.) 
 +To mount the card, you need to go into the Menu-> Global section, and scroll to "​Memory Card Mount"​. Press ENTER to mount the card, connect the Torpedo C.A.B. M to the computer. The pedal will then be seen as a regular mass storage device (like a USB dongle). 
 +Copy and paste the IR files you wish to have on the memory card (like a usual copy-paste in your computer from one folder to another). Unmount the memory card by pressing ENTER on the Torpedo C.A.B. M. 
 + 
 +The 3rd party IRs loaded on the memory card will then be accessible through the IR Loader mode in the folder MEMORY CARD. FILE shows the current IR selected. There are 2 ways to browse the IRs on the memory card: 
 + 
 +* by scrolling with the VOLUME/​VALUE knob on the FILE location. 
 + 
 +* by pressing ENTER on the FILE location. It opens the view of the wave of the IR. Press on the MENU knob to go back to the root of the memory card and see all the IR files loaded on the memory card, and browse them.
  
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 | Greatsh \\ | Gretsch® 6159 amp cabinet with two Jensen® C12-PS \\ | | Greatsh \\ | Gretsch® 6159 amp cabinet with two Jensen® C12-PS \\ |
 | Prime A \\ | Divided by Thirteen® FTR37 2×12 OB Celestion® Blue & G12H30 70th Anniversary \\ | | Prime A \\ | Divided by Thirteen® FTR37 2×12 OB Celestion® Blue & G12H30 70th Anniversary \\ |
-Silver77  ​\\ | Fender® Twin Reverb® 2×12 with orange JBL® \\ |+Silver77  ​\\ | Fender® Twin Reverb® 2×12 with orange JBL® \\ |
 | Vibro Utah | Vintage 1961 Fender® Vibrolux® 1×12 original Utah speaker \\ | | Vibro Utah | Vintage 1961 Fender® Vibrolux® 1×12 original Utah speaker \\ |
 | Vibro V30 | Vintage 1961 Fender® Vibrolux® 1×12 Celestion® V30 \\ | | Vibro V30 | Vintage 1961 Fender® Vibrolux® 1×12 Celestion® V30 \\ |
 | Voice 30 | Original Vox® AC30 JMI 2×12 Celestion® "​Silver Bell" \\ | | Voice 30 | Original Vox® AC30 JMI 2×12 Celestion® "​Silver Bell" \\ |
-Eddie  ​\\ | Peavey® 5150 2×12 Sheffield 1200 \\ |+Eddie  ​\\ | Peavey® 5150 2×12 Sheffield 1200 \\ |
 | Brit Std | Marshall® JCM900 2×12 Celestion® G12T \\ | | Brit Std | Marshall® JCM900 2×12 Celestion® G12T \\ |
 | Watt FanC | Hiwatt® 2×12 Fane closed back \\ | | Watt FanC | Hiwatt® 2×12 Fane closed back \\ |
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 ===== - List of Microphones ===== ===== - List of Microphones =====
  
-Each cabinet in the Two notes library comes with a choice of 8 microphones. The selection of microphones depends on the type and model of cabinet. In other words, some microphones in the following list will not necessarily available with the cabinet you selected.+Each cabinet in the Two notes library comes with a choice of 8 microphones. The selection of microphones depends on the type and model of the cabinet. In other words, some microphones in the following list will not necessarily available with the cabinet you selected.
  
 ^ Designation ^ Inspired by | ^ Designation ^ Inspired by |
 | Dynamic 57 | Dynamic microphone Shure® SM57 | | Dynamic 57 | Dynamic microphone Shure® SM57 |
 +| Dynamic 58 | Dynamic microphone Shure® SM58 |
 +| Dynamic 7b | Dynamic microphone Shure® SM7B |
 +| Dynamic 80 | Dynamic microphone Telefunken® M80 |
 +| Dynamic 81 | Dynamic microphone Telefunken® M81 |
 | Dynamic 421 | Dynamic microphone Sennheiser® MD421 | | Dynamic 421 | Dynamic microphone Sennheiser® MD421 |
-Knightfall ​| Condenser microphone ​Blue® Dragonfly ​|+Dynamic 906 | Dynamic microphone AKG® D112 | 
 +| Dynamic D6 | Dynamic microphone Audix® D6 | 
 +| Dynamic I5 | Dynamic microphone Audix® I5 | 
 +| Dynamic Bass88 | Dynamic microphone BeyerDynamic® M88 | 
 +| Dynamic TG201 | Dynamic microphone BeyerDynamic® M201TG | 
 +| Dynamic TG12 | Dynamic microphone TUL G12| 
 +| Bass 20 | Dynamic microphone Electrovoice® RE20 | 
 +| Dynamic LowKick | Dynamic microphone Subkick Yamaha® | 
 +| Ribbon 160 | Ribbon microphone Beyerdynamic® M160N | 
 +| Ribbon 121 | Ribbon microphone Royer® R121 | 
 +| Ribbon 101 | Ribbon microphone Royer® R101 | 
 +| Ribbon 4038 | Ribbon microphone Coles® 4038 | 
 +| Ribbon 1R | Ribbon microphone sE Electronics® 1R | 
 +| Ribbon 92 | Ribbon microphone AEA® R92 | 
 +| Condenser 184 | Condenser microphone Neumann® KM184 | 
 +| Condenser 201 | Condenser microphone Mojave Audio MA-201 FET | 
 +| Condenser 840 | Condenser microphone Beyerdynamic® Beta52 | 
 +| Condenser BLX414 | Condenser microphone AKG® C414 B-XLS | 
 +| Condenser BTL414 ​| Condenser microphone ​AKG® C414 B-TL II |
 | Condenser 87 | Condenser microphone Neumann® U87 | | Condenser 87 | Condenser microphone Neumann® U87 |
-Ribbon160 ​Ribbon ​microphone ​Beyerdynamic® M160N +Condenser Fet 47 Condenser ​microphone ​Neumann® U47 FET
-Ribbon121 ​Ribbon ​microphone ​Royer® R121 +Condenser Tube 47 Condenser ​microphone ​Neumann® U47 Tube
-Bass 20 Dynamic microphonee Electrovoice® RE20 +Condenser Gem II Condenser microphone sE Electronics® Gemini II 
-Bass 52 Dynamic ​microphone ​Shure® Beta52 ​|+Knightfall ​Condenser ​microphone ​Blue® Dragonfly ​| 
 + 
  
 ===== - Block diagram ===== ===== - Block diagram =====
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 ^ Designation ​              ^ Characteristics ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ^ ^ Designation ​              ^ Characteristics ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ^
-| **AMP / INST / LINE IN**  | 6.35mm (1/4 in) Jack balanced (TRS, Tip/​Ring/​Sleeve) \\ \\ IN LEVEL switch affects input sensitivity and impedance: \\ • +12dB: Max level: 4 dBu, Impedance: 1 MOhms \\ • 0dB: Max level: 16 dBu, Impedance: 57 kOhms \\ • -24dB: Max level: 40 dBu, Impedance: 47 KOhms  |+| **AMP / INST / LINE IN**  | 6.35mm (1/4 in) Jack balanced (TRS, Tip/​Ring/​Sleeve) \\ \\ IN LEVEL switch affects input sensitivity and impedance: \\ +12dB: Max level: 4 dBu, Impedance: 1 MOhms \\  0dB: Max level: 16 dBu, Impedance: 57 kOhms \\  -24dB: Max level: 40 dBu, Impedance: 47 KOhms  |
 | **AUX IN**                | 3.5 mm (miniature) Jack stereo (TRS), downmixed to mono                                                                                                                                                                                                                   | | **AUX IN**                | 3.5 mm (miniature) Jack stereo (TRS), downmixed to mono                                                                                                                                                                                                                   |
 | **SPEAKER OUT**           | 6.35mm (1/4 in) Jack unbalanced (TS) \\ Unprocessed,​ unbuffered, directly connected to AMP IN                                                                                                                                                                                          | | **SPEAKER OUT**           | 6.35mm (1/4 in) Jack unbalanced (TS) \\ Unprocessed,​ unbuffered, directly connected to AMP IN                                                                                                                                                                                          |
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 Should you encounter a problem with your product or need help regarding any technical aspects, please note that Two notes Audio Engineering has developed on-line services to provide you with fast and efficient technical support, the [[http://​support.two-notes.com/​|Two notes Help Desk]]. Should you encounter a problem with your product or need help regarding any technical aspects, please note that Two notes Audio Engineering has developed on-line services to provide you with fast and efficient technical support, the [[http://​support.two-notes.com/​|Two notes Help Desk]].
  
-Don't hesitate to browse the [[http://​support.two-notes.com/​knowledgebase.php|Knowledgebase]],​ which contains all sorts of useful ​informations, or [[http://​support.two-notes.com/​index.php?​a=add|submit a ticket]] if you have any question or need assistance with a Two notes product.+Don't hesitate to browse the [[http://​support.two-notes.com/​knowledgebase.php|Knowledgebase]],​ which contains all sorts of useful ​information, or [[http://​support.two-notes.com/​index.php?​a=add|submit a ticket]] if you have any question or need assistance with a Two notes product.
  
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