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Please verify that the voltage required by the mains power adapter matches the voltage in your country. If not - or if unsure - do not connect the unit to the wall outlet. This could result in damage to the mains power adapter, the unit and injuries to the user. This product must not be used when there is lightning. In case of severe weather with a risk of lightning, unplug the power adapter to reduce the risk of electric shock and fire.
The mains power adapter provided with Captor X SE complies with the standards of the country where you purchased the product. If replacement is needed, please use a standard compliant mains power adapter.
Captor X SE must never be used near a heat source, near a flame, in the rain, in damp areas, near any kinds of liquids. When transporting the unit, care needs to be taken to avoid any shocks that could cause damage that would require the assistance of a qualified technician.
Always use a dry and soft cloth with no alcohol or solvents for cleaning. Please keep the unit clean and free from dust.
All maintenance operations must be done by service centers approved by OROSYS SAS. Never try to repair the unit by yourself.
The shipped package contains:
Manufacturer: OROSYS SAS
Category of product: digital audio signal processor
Product: Captor X SE
Test Manager: Guillaume Pille
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In the normal use of a tube amplifier, it is highly recommended that you always connect its power output to a speaker cabinet prior to powering it up. The speaker cabinet (4, 8 or 16 Ohms) must always be connected to the corresponding speaker output of your amplifier. Not doing so can lead to partial or complete destruction of the output stage of the tube amplifier.
Most tube amplifier manufacturers protect their products with fuses or other protection systems, however some amplifiers are still insufficiently protected. It is impossible to predict the behavior of all the amplifiers on the market in case of use without a load (a speaker cabinet or a load box).
The electronic term that describes the speaker cabinet with respect to the amplifier is the “load”: we say the cabinet “loads” the amplifier. The term “load box” is used to describe any product that provides a load to the amplifier. The main parameter of the load box is its impedance, expressed in Ohms. An 8-Ohm load box must be plugged to the 8-Ohm speaker output of the amplifier.
The power sent to the load is turned into heat, so please follow the cooling recommendation of the load box — otherwise overheating may cause damage, both to the load box and to the amplifier.
The Captor X SE is a load box. This term indicates that the Captor X SE can electrically replace the speaker cabinet while dissipating (transforming into heat) the power coming out of the amplifier.
The Captor X SE is a reactive load. A reactive load simulates the complex impedance of a real speaker.
|Always connect the speaker output of your tube amplifier to an appropriate load (speaker cabinet or load box). The Captor X SE is such a load. The Captor X SE does not need to be powered up to act as a load box. The maximum admissible power of the Captor X SE is 100W RMS, your amplifier shouldn't be set to play at a higher output power value. See this article if your amplifier is more powerful than 100W.|
The correct use of your amplifier with a load box requires some precaution. Due to the relative silence while playing with a load box compared to a traditional amp and cab setup, it is much easier to accidentally run your amplifier beyond the reasonable limits set by the manufacturer. This can lead to faster tube wear and, in some cases, more serious and permanent issues.
|When first testing the amplifier at high volume, monitor the color of the tubes and the general state of the amplifier. Red-glowing tubes or any appearance of smoke are signs of a problem that may result in partial or complete destruction of the amplifier.|
Keep in mind that the “sweet spot” - the optimal running point of the amplifier and the one that will give you the tone you’re looking for - is rarely obtained at maximum volume – here is a great video showing this. In addition, the volume control of the amplifier is usually logarithmic, which means the volume increases quickly within the first half of the potentiometer rotation, reaches its maximum at 12 o’clock, and doesn’t change much beyond this point. Therefore, you can reach the maximum volume of your amplifier even if the volume potentiometer is not set at maximum.
By reaching the maximum output power of your amplifier, you will hear a lot of distortion, which may not sound as pleasing as you may hope. In fact, most amplifiers sound pretty bad at maximum volume. Always keep in mind that your amplifier may not have been conceived to be used at maximum volume for a long period of time. Running an amplifier at high volume will cause premature wear of the tubes and possible malfunctions or damages at the output stage.
We usually talk about “silent recording” when a load box is involved. If we compare the load box solution to a traditional cabinet miking solution, it is obviously several orders of magnitude quieter, but you will still experience some minor sounds and noises that have to be taken into account:
Sporting a limited-run vintage-inspired colorway, alongside an all-new Anniversary Edition DynIR™ cabinet collection*, Captor X SE represents the culmination of Two notes’ 15-years stint pioneering modern loadbox technology. “Feature-packed” doesn't cut it. It’s a compact reactive load box. It’s a tube amp attenuator. It’s a mic-ed cab simulator. It’s a static IR loader. It’s a stereo expander. It’s packed with a raft of studio-grade Post FX to tweak your tone to perfection. Expertly engineered to deliver stand-out sonics for home, live and studio use, Captor X SE is the undisputed ‘player’s choice’, empowering you with every tool to define - and redefine - your sonic signature.
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, Captor X SE 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 Captor X SE is the perfect line output everybody should have after their amp section to send the sound directly to a PA or a recorder.
Captor X SE comes with a large library of 32 cabinets and 8 perfectly matched microphones per cabinet. 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 (or behind) of the cabinet. The Captor X SE 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 Captor X SE 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 seek to achieve a professional sound capture of their amplified instruments. Captor X SE will give you the elusive sound of the greatest recording studios and producers, anytime, anywhere.
The Captor X SE is a standalone unit you can bring with you in any situation, whenever silent playing is needed or if you wish to control the level coming out of your cabinet.
The role of the Captor X SE is to replace the following elements of the traditional guitar or bass setup:
Using our DSP-powered technology, the tools provided within Captor X SE will provide a signal that is akin to traditional guitar/bass miking in a professional studio environment.
The cabinet miking is achieved in 3 steps with Captor X SE:
At each step, Two notes Audio Engineering implements its vast experience to offer the most advanced simulations available and ensure absolute realistic quality both for the musician (in terms of playing feel and reaction) and for the listener (in terms of sound quality). You can load up to 32 Two notes cabinets into Captor X SE. Download the free Torpedo Remote software (Mac OS X and Windows PC) from the Two notes Audio Engineering website, to add or remove cabinets from Captor X SE. There are currently more than 700 Two notes cabinets available in the Two notes Store that you can try in real time and purchase with Torpedo Remote (providing you have a working Internet connection).
1 - Monitor the input and output levels with the grill LED (red = clipping signal)
2 - Control the level of the headphone and XLR DI outputs
3 - Adjust your global tone depending on tube amp choice and playing environment
4 - Add room space to widen the stereo effect on the headphone and XLR DI outputs
5 - Ensure the vent is kept clear (as this allows air to travel through for cooling)
6 - Connect your headphones here
7 - Set the input level to avoid clipping of the signal
8 - Instantly switch between your favorite presets
A - Power the unit with the supplied adapter (only use correctly rated power supply)
B - Send STEREO, DUAL MONO or DRY/WET signals through the XLR DI outputs
C - Eliminate unwanted hum caused by ground loops
D - Ensure the fan is kept clear
E - Connect the supplied ⅛” jack to MIDI cable adapter for MIDI control
F - Control Captor X SE from a computer (Windows or macOS) via Torpedo Remote (USB cable included)
G - Connect a speaker cabinet here with a ¼” jack SPEAKER cable
H - Choose your cabinet volume level:
I - Connect your amplifier's output here with a ¼” jack speaker cable (100W RMS max admissible power)
Here are the most common use cases when it comes to setting up your Captor X SE and the rest of your equipment.
|Connect your amp's output to the SPEAKER INPUT of Captor X SE, indicated by a red bolt - ONLY use a speaker cable for this connection. Connect your cabinet to the SPEAKER OUT of Captor X SE (ONLY use a speaker cable for this connection). Set the desired sound level of the cabinet with the VOLUME LEVEL switch. The Torpedo processing (cabinet simulation, effects) cannot be heard in the physical cabinet.|
|Connect your amp's output to the SPEAKER INPUT of Captor X SE, indicated by a red bolt - ONLY use a speaker cable for this connection. Connect your headphones to the PHONES output. Use the OUTPUT LEVEL to set the level of your headphones. To listen through monitors, connect the XLR outputs to your studio monitors/active speakers/audio interface with microphone cables. You can also use a XLR/TRS jack cable from Captor X SE's outputs to the next audio device. The OUTPUT LEVEL controls both the headphones and XLR outputs.|
|Connect your amp's output to the SPEAKER INPUT of the Captor X SE, indicated by a red bolt - ONLY use a speaker cable for this connection. In Torpedo Remote, select the DUAL/MONO routing to send 2 different signals from Captor X SE’s XLR outputs. Use microphone cables to connect to the Front Of House and/or the Monitors' mixing desk. You can connect your cabinet to the SPEAKER OUT if you wish to hear your dry amp sound on stage.|
|Connect your amp's output to the SPEAKER INPUT of Captor X SE, indicated by a red bolt - ONLY use a speaker cable for this connection. In Torpedo Remote, select the DUAL/MONO routing and bypass the Torpedo Processing on the RIGHT output. The left XLR output will send the full Torpedo signal, while the right XLR output will send the dry signal of the amp to the interface in order that you can add the cabinet simulation with Torpedo Wall of Sound (download included) in your DAW.|
Captor X SE has several quick access knobs to make on-the-fly editing quick and easy. The OUT LEVEL sets the global output level of the unit, VOICING is a fast global EQ, PRESET allows you to have access to 6 presets straight from the unit.
To edit all the parameters of Captor X SE, you will need to use Torpedo Remote on your computer (USB connection) or your mobile device (wireless connection). The 2 next sections will guide you through the process for Captor X SE’s USB and the wireless connectivity options.
Download Torpedo Remote from the Torpedo Captor X SE webage. Choose the appropriate version in regards to your OS (Windows or macOS). Once Torpedo Remote is launched, you will be prompted to register the unit to your account or use it as a Guest (we advise registering the unit, for firmware updates, etc.).
Top Tip! Receive exclusive presets and 3 additional cabinets when you register the Captor X SE to your account. The additional 3 free cabinets are only available for the first-hand owner of the Captor X SE. Once the unit has been registered to an account, it is not possible to redeem the 3 free cabinets in another account (in the instance you are a second-hand owner for example).
Once the unit is registered, you will be able to:
When you are in Guest mode you cannot import cabinets from your personal Two notes license into Captor X SE. In addition, in Guest mode you cannot remove cabinets from Captor X SE.
Connection of Captor X SE to your mobile device is actioned via Bluetooth®. Please follow the steps below to wirelessly connect Captor X SE to your compatible phone or tablet:
If after inputting the pin code Captor X SE does not show up in the “Devices” menu in Torpedo Wireless Remote, you will need to unpair Captor X SE from the list of devices that are paired via the Bluetooth® menu of your phone. Once you have done this, please repeat the procedure detailed above. Please bear in mind, some phones require Location Services (GPS) activated to allow Bluetooth® pairing. Try activating your Location Services if you find yourself unable to pair with just Bluetooth® activated on your phone or tablet.
Control every editable parameter in Captor X SE with Torpedo Remote. The software is built around 2 environments: the Virtual Cabinet and IR Loader modes.
The Virtual Cabinet mode has been engineered to command Two notes DynIR Virtual Cabinets. The IR Loader mode can be used to load 3rd party IRs in .wav format. Both modes feature the same Post FX options and routing for the XLR outputs.
A preset contains:
|To create a preset, first select a cabinet. Captor X SE comes with a collection of 32 Virtual Cabinets preinstalled on the internal memory. Click on the blue screen or the arrow next to it to access the list of cabinets in your Captor X SE. You can filter the results by showing Bass or Guitar cabinets. You can choose to see only the cabinets stored in the unit by selecting “Torpedo”. You can preview cabinets included in your license that are stored in your computer by selecting “Computer”. Audition any cabinets from the Two notes Store by selecting “Online”.|
All Two notes Virtual Cabinets come with an individual collection of 8 microphones specifically matched to the cabinet. Access the list of microphones by clicking the blue window above the fader of the mic channel. Microphones are described by their technology: DYN is a dynamic microphone, CND is a condenser microphone and RBN is a ribbon mic.
|You can move the microphones anywhere in the highlighted trapezoid area, in front or behind the cabinet. Select MIC A or MIC B with the dedicated switch and move the microphone with your mouse (when using a computer) or your finger (when using a mobile device) by pressing on the mic - or mic stand image - on-screen.|
|Use the fader to set the volume level, the front/back switch to place the mic in front or behind the cabinet, the Bypass button to send an unprocessed signal (B), the Mute button (M) to mute the channel, the Phase button to phase invert the selected mic signal and the DISTANCE & AXIS knobs to position the mic.|
Captor X SE features a custom-engineered suite of tools to polish your sound before feeding a Public Address system (PA) or audio interface.
|The NOISE GATE is useful if you are either using a high gain amp and want to keep your signal quiet when you are not playing, or when using vintage style single coil pickups. The THRESHOLD sets the level where the NOISE GATE is active: if you are over this level the NOISE GATE is off, if you are under, the NOISE GATE is active. The LEARN button automatically sets the THRESHOLD level. Keep your guitar volume to the maximum, mute your strings with your hand and click on the LEARN button. The NOISE GATE will listen to the input sound and set the THRESHOLD level accordingly. Make sure to mute your strings for at least 3 seconds so the LEARN feature can effectively analyze the input signal.|
|The EQ section features 3 modes of operation: GUITAR, BASS and CUSTOM. GUITAR and BASS are 5 band eqs, with a gain range of -20dB to +20dB. The CUSTOM mode gives you access to a 5 band semi parametric EQ and a high pass filter.|
Guitar mode: 120Hz, 360Hz, 800Hz, 2000Hz, 6000Hz (centre frequency of each band from the lowest to the highest).
Bass mode: 50Hz, 120Hz, 360Hz, 800Hz, 4000Hz (centre frequency of each band, from the lowest to the highest)
Custom mode: the bands are as follows:
|The ENHANCER is a combination of dynamic and tone-shaping tools especially tailored for your guitar and/or bass.|
DRY/WET allows you to balance the cab sim signal and the processed signal from the ENHANCER. At zero (knob turned all the way down), only the cab sim signal is heard. At the halfway position, the level of the cab sim signal is equal to the level of the ENHANCER. At full (knob turned all the way up), you are only hearing the signal processed by the ENHANCER.
BODY is a compressor with a high-pass filter (set at 100hz in GUITAR mode and 150hz in BASS mode). It only affects the low-mids (and above) frequency content of the signal. BODY will render your tone fuller and more present. THICKNESS and BRILLIANCE emphasize the low end and high end of the tone, respectively.
THICKNESS is centered at 400 Hz in GUITAR mode and 150 Hz in BASS mode.
BRILLIANCE is centered at 1500hz in GUITAR mode and 2000hz in BASS mode. Both THICKNESS and BRILLIANCE have a gain range of 0 to +15dB.
When using the Custom Reverb, you have access to the following parameters:
There is also a switch to change the acoustic characteristics of the reverb:
To import or remove cabinets in Captor X SE, you need to register your Captor X SE via Torpedo Remote to your Two notes account. You cannot import or remove cabinets when using Torpedo Remote in Guest mode. Use the CABINET MANAGER tab to manage the Two notes Virtual Cabinets in Captor X SE. The Left panel indicates the cabinets available on your computer. The right panel shows the Virtual Cabinets stored in the unit.
The Captor X SE comes with its internal memory for Virtual Cabinets at full capacity with 32 DynIR cabinets already loaded. To import a cabinet that is stored in your computer to the unit, you need to free space by unloading one or more cabinets located on the right panel. (Note: The cabinet is only removed from Captor X SE; it will still be available in your license, and you can re-import it at any time with Torpedo Remote). Drag and drop any cabinets from the left panel (your computer) to the right panel for the import into Captor X SE, or click the load button to move the cabinet from the left panel to the right panel.
In CABINET MANAGER, you can rearrange the order of the DynIR cabinets in Captor X SE. Select one cabinet, and move it up and down the list to change its designated slot.
|The preset rack at the top of the VIRTUAL CABINET screen lets you save and load presets in Captor X SE. There are 128 memory slots for presets.|
Use the PRESET MANAGER tab to manage the presets stored on Captor X SE. The Left panel indicates the preset folders on your computer. The right panel shows the presets stored in the unit.
Move the presets up and down to change their order in Captor X SE. The first 6 slots are accessible by the PRESET knob at the front of the unit. Remove presets by dragging and dropping them in the bin below. Drag and drop presets from the left panel (your computer) to the right panel (internal memory of the Captor X SE).
The Captor X SE can load up to 512 IRs. All imports of IRs are actioned via Torpedo Remote through the IR MANAGER tab (via computer only). Upon upload into the Captor X SE, the IR’s length can be set to 20, 40, 100 or 200 ms long. If the IR is longer it will be shortened by Torpedo Remote to the selected length; if it is shorter it will be extended (filled with zeros) to the selected length.
The internal memory has the following allowances regarding the length of the IR:
To use custom made IRs with Torpedo BlendIR or 3rd-party IRs, you first need to select the IR Loader mode in Torpedo Remote. This window features a similar layout to the CABINET MANAGER pane in Torpedo Remote. Here, you can load one IR per channel, and have full control over each channel via dedicated mute, bypass, phase, and volume controls. In addition, you can further refine your tone via the DSP-powered EQ, ENHANCER, TWIN TRACKER and REVERB Post FX.
To import or remove 3rd-party IRs in Captor X SE, you first need to register your Captor X SE to your Two notes account via Torpedo Remote. You cannot import or remove 3rd-party IRs when using Torpedo Remote in Guest mode. To load a file into Captor X SE’s internal memory, use the IR Manager window.
The left panel highlights the files stored on your computer; here, you can browse the folders where you have stored your IRs. The right side represents the IR files that are loaded in the Torpedo Captor X SE. You can drag and drop the IRs from the computer (left) to Captor X SE (right). If you wish to free memory slots, you can drag and drop the IRs to the bin at the bottom. (this does not delete the IR from your collection, only from Captor X SE’s internal memory).
Within this window, you have access to some useful options to modify the IR file selected for transfer:
It is possible to use IRs that are stored on your computer's hard drive directly. When doing so, you will enter Preview mode. You will only be able to use one IR at a time, in IR slot A. You will be able to save the preset on your computer using this IR, but not to the Torpedo. To have access to the full Torpedo processing when using IRs, import the files first directly into Captor X SE.
In STEREO, both outputs send the same cab sim signal. In STEREO mode, you retain access to the TWIN TRACKER and all Stereo REVERB processing.
|TWIN TRACKER is an automatic double tracker. Your mono amp sound is routed to the left output and TWIN TRACKER creates a proxy track (a virtual guitarist) on the right channel in real-time. The slight differences in timing and attack contribute to an expansive sound.|
The TWIN TRACKER features 2 parameters:
Please note, the TWIN TRACKER is only available in STEREO routing. When on, the WIDTH of the REVERB is automatically set to 100%.
In stereo, you can set the stereo size of any room simulation with the WIDTH parameter: from mono (knob turned all the way to the left) to full stereo (knob turned all the way to the right).
|On the front panel, the SPACE knob allows you to control one parameter on the fly. You can assign the behavior of the SPACE control in Torpedo Remote via the purple button below located below the SPACE knob.|
Here are the different assignment possibilities:
|There are two possible behaviors. Either, TWIN TRACKER is OFF: the SPACE knob is assigned to the WIDTH of the REVERB. Or, TWIN TRACKER is ON: the SPACE knob is assigned to the TIGHTNESS of the TWIN TRACKER. The WIDTH of the REVERB is automatically set to 100%.|
|The SPACE Knob is assigned to the DRY/WET level of the REVERB.|
This routing option allows you to send independent signals from each XLR output; you will be able to set a different EQ and DRY/WET REVERB level on the right XLR output. The layout of the Torpedo Remote will show you an additional EQ next to the right output fader.
You can set 2 different DRY/WET REVERB levels for each XLR output. The parameter in the REVERB rack is only editable via Torpedo Remote. Depending on the SPACE knob assignment, the DRY/WET in the REVERB rack will affect either the Left or the Right XLR output.
It is possible to set different behaviors to the SPACE Knob:
|When the BYPASS button is activated on the Right output channel, the whole Torpedo process is bypassed. In this instance, the Right XLR output will only send the dry amp sound. This is an ideal setup when you wish to record your amp with capabilities to record the full cab sim signal from the Left XLR output, while at the same time recording the dry amp sound from the Right XLR output. In this scenario, the dry amp tone can be processed at the mixdown stage with the bundled Wall of Sound Plugin.|
|Captor X SE can be controlled via MIDI and is compatible with any regular MIDI controller. To control Captor X SE via MIDI, use the supplied MIDI to mini jack converter cable. You will be able to control any parameters of Captor X SE through Control Change, or change presets through Program Change messages. You can see the MIDI mapping in the dedicated section of this manual.|
Captor X SE is equipped with a red LED to signal the following events or issues with your Captor X SE:
It is possible to overload the input or output stages of the Captor X SE’s audio processor. The red LED will then light up in accordance with the signal being fed to the Captor X SE's built-in DSP. Start by turning the OUT LEVEL down. If the LED is still lighting up when you play, the input of the audio processor is clipping. Engage the IN LEVEL switch see front panel image, element N°7 to the LOW position. It activates a -15dB pad on the input signal. If the LOW switch is engaged and you are still clipping the input stage of the Captor X SE, turn down the volume of the amp until the red LED turns itself off. For surgical control, within Torpedo Remote, the input and output levels can be monitored via the dedicated VU meters.
When a file transfer is occurring between Captor X SE and the Torpedo Remote desktop application, the red LED acts as a progress indicator: it flashes when a certain percentage of the data is actually sent. This allows you to check if the transfer is occurring normally, or stalled. This happens when transferring virtual cabinets, IR files, and firmware files (during firmware updates).
The Torpedo Captor X SE red LED flashes when an error is detected inside the firmware of the unit.
To differentiate system error LED flashes from input or output clipping errors, turn off your amp, and disconnect it from Captor X SE. If Captor X SE keeps flashing red light while being unplugged from the amp, this shows a system error. You can decipher the flashes with this article: LED report. If you encounter any system errors, please submit a ticket on the helpdesk with the transcription of the LED report.
The attenuator allows you to dim the volume level of the cabinet connected to the SPEAKER OUT of Captor X SE. The use of a cabinet is not mandatory with Captor X SE as it features a built-in load box; your amp is therefore provided with a safe load at all times when connected to the SPEAKER INPUT.
|To use the attenuator, connect a cabinet to the SPEAKER OUT of the Captor X SE. You can then activate the attenuator with the 3-way Volume Level switch.|
You have 3 settings for the Volume Level of the cabinet:
The Torpedo Captor X SE is a reactive load box. This allows you to play your tube amp without using a cabinet - perfect for recording or practicing at any time of the day or night. For this scenario type, connect your amp to the SPEAKER IN of Captor X SE and listen to your tube amp via the headphone output, or via monitors connected to the dual XLR DI outputs.
With the attenuator, it is possible to reduce / attenuate the level of your physical cabinet suitable for home playing by up to 38dB. For this scenario, connect your cabinet to the SPEAKER OUT of Captor X SE. Please note, none of the DSP-powered effects (ENHANCER, REVERB, TWIN TRACKER, EQ) or cabinet emulation within the unit can be heard through the cabinet. To monitor with effects and our class-leading DynIR cabinet emulation, please connect the XLR DI outputs to an audio interface or a mixing desk to listen to the audio treatment facilitated via Captor X SE through a standard monitoring source.
With Torpedo Remote, you can set Captor X SE to send 2 separate signals from the dual XLR outputs. First, select the DUAL MONO routing option, indicated as a purple button above the Output level knob (see section 4.4 for output routings). In this mode, the signal passing out of each of the XLR outputs can be configured with different EQ and a different REVERB settings (See section 4.4.2 for a detailed breakdown of all options). Top Tip: Did you know you can use the DUAL MONO routing option to send one specifically-processed signal to Front Of House and an alternative signal to stage monitors or a personal IEM source. Please be advised however that the Voicing knob impacts both outputs.
With the built-in attenuator, it is possible to dim the level of your physical cabinet. The halfway position is suitable for stage levels offering 20dB of attenuation. In this instance, your cabinet will be an added source to your stage monitoring rig. To configure this setup, first connect your cabinet to the SPEAKER OUT of Captor X SE and then select the middle setting of the 3-way attenuation toggle switch. None of the DSP-powered effects (ENHANCER, REVERB, TWIN TRACKER, EQ) or cabinet emulation within the unit can be heard through the cabinet when configured in this manner.
Captor X SE’s DUAL MONO routing also allows you to send a dry signal of the incoming amp signal through the right XLR output. To bypass the DSP-powered Torpedo processing on this output, Click on the BYPASS button above the fader of the RIGHT channel. The dry amp signal will allow you to add the cabinet simulation later in your mix with the bundled Wall of Sound plugin.
With Captor X SE, You are able to record two different amp signals simultaneously in your DAW using the DUAL MONO routing mode: the full Torpedo cab sim signal via the LEFT XLR output of Captor X SE, and the dry amp signal from the RIGHT XLR output.
All outputs on Captor X SE will send signals simultaneously for complete hookup flexibility. Connect your favorite physical cabinet and mic it to record 3 different signals at the same time (i.e. the physical cabinet, the Dry DI signal and the Wet Torpedo-processed signal). For added convenience, use the different attenuation Level settings to switch-up the level of the cabinet on the fly.
You can preview any cabinets not tied to your license when using the Desktop variant of Torpedo Remote with the ONLINE button ticked (located next to the cabinet search bar).
When browsing cabinets, you will see 3 different icons in front of the cabinet names:
|Cabinets which are loaded onto your Torpedo unit.|
|Cabinets which have been added to your Two notes license and loaded on your computer.|
|Cabinets which you do not own but can preview before buying them on the Two notes Store.|
When previewing an owned cabinet that is available on your computer, Torpedo 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. To access all editable parameters, the cabinet will need to be transferred to the Captor X SE’s internal memory. In the Preview scenario, audio is still passing through the unit, so you can use Captor X SE as you would normally.
|This box allows you to transfer the cabinet you are previewing from your computer to your Captor X SE (providing you have sufficient memory slots available on your unit).|
When you are previewing a cabinet that you do not own, random silences are inserted and you only have access to one mic to preview the cabinets.
|You can add the previewed cabinet in the Store Cart by clicking on the trolley icon featuring the plus sign. This operation can be repeated for any non-owned cabinets.|
|When you want to finalize the cart and buy the cabinets you have selected, 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.|
For your security, no billing or information concerning the payment method is stored within Torpedo Remote.
.tur files are a proprietary format created with the Two notes Audio Engineering Torpedo BlendIR software. The software is available for download from this page. With Torpedo BlendIR you are able to use the Torpedo technology to capture the sound signature of your own cabinet and microphone.
To load this file type into Captor X SE, place it in the default Impulse directory or select the directory containing the files through Torpedo Remote (actioned via the dedicated menu). You can then load the files into Captor X SE via the Memory Manager or directly listen to them through the main Remote window.
Please note, .tur files do not have facilities akin to the DynIR format, specifically in relation to microphone positioning parameters.
This section of Torpedo Remote sets hardware preference parameters of Captor X SE including audio latency, MIDI mapping, the white LED indicators on the front panel of the unit and more. You will also find the serial number of the unit, as well as the current instantiated firmware version. Here, you can also define the reference point for the TUNER - by default, it is set at 440 hz.
Captor X SE has been specified to accept both preset change commands (Program Change or PC) and parameter change commands (Control Change or CC), providing immediate access to interact with all parameters on the unit from any kind of standard MIDI controller - like a MIDI pedalboard or a keyboard. Within the setup manager window, you are able to configure the following:
For further information, See Section 7.1 MIDI Mapping for a comprehensive breakdown of possible Program Change and Command Change MIDI messages.
The indicated latency dictates the 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. Please bear in mind, latency across your rig is cumulative and adds up when using several digital products; this ultimately leads to a point where it becomes noticeable. In that case, lowering this setting can prove useful.
The effective impedance of the ensemble “amp + Torpedo Captor X + speaker cabinet (ie, the impedance actually seen by the amplifier) depends on the position of the VOLUME LEVEL switch:
|My situation||Volume Level Setting||Impedance seen by the amp|
|I have a speaker cabinet connected to the SPEAKER output||Volume Level on LOW and halfway position||Impedance of the Captor X|
|I have a speaker cabinet connected to the SPEAKER output||Volume Level on FULL position||Impedance of the cabinet|
It is implied throughout the manual that the amp and the Captor X have matching impedance (you are using the matching speaker output of your amp to connect to the Captor X). In that setup, when the Volume Level switch is on FULL, if your cabinet has a different impedance than the Captor X, you will have an impedance mismatch. If you want or need to mismatch the impedance of the amp and load, we recommend the following:
This article about Impedance mismatch outlines all the precautions to take in making this match as safe as possible.
Transistor (solid-state) amps are designed differently, and usually have a “minimum load” rating rather than expecting an exact impedance match. This means you can use any speaker or load box with an impedance equal or greater than this rating. A speaker output rated “8 ohms min” can safely be used with 8 or 16 ohms loads.
IMPORTANT NOTE: when the Volume Level switch is on FULL, the internal loadbox is disconnected as soon as you plug a cable in the SPEAKER output of the Captor X. The amplifier connected to the Captor X is no longer connected to its internal loadbox, but to whatever is connected to the other end of this cable. As a result, if you connect a cable in the SPEAKER output of the Captor X with nothing else connected to the other end, your amplifier will not be connected to a proper load.
The Torpedo Captor X SE is supplied with a MIDI 5 pin DIN type A connector to TRS jack 3.5 mm (1/8“) connector. The wiring of the cable complies with the standard set by The MIDI Manufacturers Association (MMA) for use of TRS Connectors with MIDI Devices.
The wiring is as follows:
* Tip is connected to pin N°5
* Ring is connected to pin N°4
* Sleeve is connected to pin N°2
For all information concerning the standard set by the MMA, visit their website.
Each preset in Captor X SE has a single program number. The preset 001 of the machine is triggered by MIDI PC 1; you can trigger the 128 preset locations with MIDI PC 1 to MIDI PC 128. This way, it is possible to instantly access any preset by sending the appropriate MIDI PC number.
The following table indicates the Control Change numbers for every parameter within Captor X SE, as well as their range and behavior.
|< 100% 20% 10% 15% 55% >|
|Simulation & IR Loader modes|
|On/Off||6||0-1||0 = Off ; 1 = On|
|Unused||7||0-1||0 = Off ; 1 = On|
|Cab||8||0-x||0 = Cab #0 ; 1 = Cab #1…|
|File A||9||0-x||0 = File #0 ; 1 = File #1…|
|File B||10||0-x||0 = File #0 ; 1 = File #1…|
|Folder A||11||0-3||0= User 0 ; 1= User1; 2 = User 2 ; 3 = User 3|
|Folder B||12||0-3||0= User 0 ; 1= User1; 2 = User 2 ; 3 = User 3|
|Mic A||13||0-7||0 = Mic #1 ; 1 = Mic #1…|
|Distance A||14||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Center A||15||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Position A||16||0-1||0 = Back : 1 = Front|
|Level A||35||0-107||0 = -95dB ; 95 = 0dB ; 107 = 12dB|
|Phase A||36||0-1||0 = Normal ; 1 = Invert|
|Mute A||37||0-1||0 = Off (no mute) ; 1 = On (mute)|
|Mic B||38||0-7||0 = Mic #1 ; 1 = Mic #1…|
|Distance B||39||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Center B||40||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Position B||41||0-1||0 = Back : 1 = Front|
|Level B||42||0-107||0 = -95dB ; 95 = 0dB ; 107 = 12dB|
|Phase B||43||0-1||0 = Normal ; 1 = Invert|
|Mute B||44||0-1||0 = Off (no mute) ; 1 = On (mute)|
|Bypass A||51||0-1||0 = Off (Mic on) ; 1 = On (Mic Bypass)|
|Bypass B||52||0-1||0 = Off (Mic on) ; 1 = On (Mic Bypass)|
|On/Off||17||0-1||0 = Off ; 1 = On|
|Mode||18||0-2||0 = Guitar : 1 = Bass ; 2 = Custom|
|Gain: Low||19||0-40||0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB|
|Gain: Low Mid||20||0-40||0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB|
|Gain: Mid||21||0-40||0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB|
|Gain: High Mid||22||0-40||0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB|
|Gain: High||23||0-40||0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB|
|Freq: Low Cut||45||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Freq: Low||46||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Freq: Low Mid||47||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Freq: Mid||48||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Freq: High Mid||49||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Freq: High||50||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Preset Level||24||0-107||0 = -95dB ; 107 = +12dB|
|Preset Level R||86||0-107||0 = -95dB ; 107 = +12dB|
|On/Off||25||0-1||0 = Off ; 1 = On|
|Preset||26||0-7||0 = Room #0 ; 1 = Room #1…|
|Dry/Wet||27||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Dry/Wet R||72||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Size||53||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Echo||54||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Color||55||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Type||56||0-1||0 = Room ; 1= Ambience|
|Width||57||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|On/Off||58||0-1||0 = Off ; 1 = On|
|Mode||59||0-1||Soft = Off ; Hard = On|
|Threshold||60||0-80||0 = -80dB ; 80 = 0dB|
|On/Off||61||0-1||0 = Off ; 1 = On|
|Instrument||62||0-1||0 = Guitar ; 1 = Bass|
|Body||63||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Thickness||44||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Brilliance||65||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Dry/Wet||66||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|On/Off||67||0-1||0 = Off ; 1 = On|
|Tightness||68||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Balance||69||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Mode||70||0-2||0 = Stereo ; 1 = Dual Mono ; 2 = Dual Mono, R Bypass)|
|Space Pot Assign||71||0-1|| Stereo: 0 = Stereo Expander ; 1 = Dry/Wet
Dual Mono: 0 = Dry/Wet ; 1 = Dry/Wet L ; 2 = Dry/Wet R
Dual Mono, R Bypass: 0 = Dry/Wet
|On/Off||73||0-1||0 = Off ; 1 = On|
|Mode||74||0-2||0 = Guitar : 1 = Bass ; 2 = Custom|
|Gain: Low||75||0-40||0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB|
|Gain: Low Mid||76||0-40||0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB|
|Gain: Mid||77||0-40||0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB|
|Gain: High Mid||78||0-40||0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB|
|Gain: High||79||0-40||0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB|
|Freq: Low Cut||80||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Freq: Low||81||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Freq: Low Mid||82||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Freq: Mid||83||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Freq: High Mid||84||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|Freq: High||85||0-127||Specific mapping to Hz|
|General - Preset|
|Mode||34||0-2||0 or 1 = Simulation ; 2 = IR Loader|
|Out Level||87||0-107||0 = -95dB ; 95 = 0dB ; 107 = 12dB|
|Mute||88||0-1||0 = Off (no mute) ; 1 = On (mute)|
|Bypass||89||0-1||0 = Bypass ; 1 = On|
|Preset||90||0-127||0 = Preset #1 ; 1 = Preset #2…|
|Voicing||91||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
|Space||92||0-127||0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100%|
Out-the-box, Captor X SE comes pre-loaded with a first-rate collection of 32 expertly curated vintage-inspired DynIR™ virtual cabinets.
|BLACKJEN||DynIR Capture from Hop Pole Studios inspired by a Fender® Twin Amp Guitar cabinet loaded with Jensen® Fender® Special speakers|
|VIBRO UTAH||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Fender® Vibrolux Blackface Guitar cabinet loaded with Fender® 12” Utah speakers|
|DARKPRINZ||DynIR Capture from Black Bear Studio inspired by a Fender® Princeton Blackface Guitar cabinet loaded with Oxford® 10“ 10J4-3 speakers|
|CROC SKIN||DynIR Capture from Diffusion Audio Inc inspired by a Selmer® Zodiac Twin 30 Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12” G12 T731 speakers|
|GREENARTC||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Marshall® 2033 Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12“ G12H-30 speakers|
|ARGENTUM||DynIR Capture from Diffusion Audio Inc inspired by a Silvertone® 1449 Amp in Case Guitar cabinet loaded with Jensen® 6”x9“ 69J11 speakers|
|DELUXE||DynIR Capture from Mirador inspired by a Fender® Deluxe Reverb Guitar cabinet loaded with Jensen® 12” P12N Alnico Vintage speakers.|
|PURPLEHAZE||DynIR Capture from Hop Pole Studios inspired by a Marshall® 1982B Tall Box Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12“ Heritage G12M speakers|
|BLONDE 63||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Fender® Bassman '63 Blonde Tolex Piggy Back Guitar cabinet loaded with Oxford® 12” 12M6 XG875 speakers|
|GREATSH||DynIR Capture from Mirador inspired by a Gretsch® 6159 2×12 Combo Guitar cabinet loaded with Jensen® 12“ C12-PS Special Design speakers|
|TWEED 212||DynIR Capture from Noise Factory inspired by a Fender® Extension 2×12 Guitar cabinet loaded with Jensen® 12” C12N speakers|
|SPARKLY||DynIR Capture from Black Bear Studio inspired by a Fender® Champ Silverface Guitar cabinet loaded with Jensen® 8“ C8R speakers|
|ANGL 60C||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by an Engl® E412SS Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12” V12-60 speakers|
|BRIT 60A||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Marshall® 1960A Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12“ G12T-75 speakers|
|BRIT 65C||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Marshall® 1965A Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 10” G10L-35 speakers|
|BRIT STD||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Marshall® 1936 Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12“ G12T-75 speakers|
|CALIF STDO||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Mesa Engineering® Rectifier 4×12 Standard Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12” Vintage 30 speakers|
|FREE ROCK||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a VHT® Deliverance 4×12 Guitar cabinet loaded with Eminence® 12“ P-50-E speakers|
|NOS V30||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a NOS® V30 Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12” Vintage 30 speakers|
|SILVER77||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Fender® Twin Reverb Guitar cabinet loaded with JBL® 12“ D120F Orange Frame speakers|
|TANGER 30O||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by an Orange® Vintage 4×12 Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12” G12H speakers|
|VOICEMODRN||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Vox® V212H Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12“ Alnico Blue speakers|
|BDELUXE||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Fender® Blues Deluxe 1×12 Guitar cabinet loaded with an Eminence® 12” Special Design speaker|
|BRIT 65O||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Marshall® 1965A Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 10“ G10L-35 speakers|
|FASTBACK25||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Marshall® 4×12 Purple Slant Guitar cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12” G12M-25 Greenback speakers|
|JAZZ 120||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Roland® Jazz Chorus JC-120 Guitar cabinet loaded with Roland® 12“ 60w speakers|
|SILVERJEN||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Fender® Twin Reverb Guitar cabinet loaded with Jensen® 12” C12K speakers|
| AluXL ||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Hartke® 410XL Bass cabinet loaded with Hartke® 10“ XL Aluminium-Cone Bass Driver speaker|
| Bull Neo2 ||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Taurus® TN-210 Bass cabinet loaded with Taurus® 10” New Generation Neodymium speakers|
| Fridge9 ||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by an Ampeg® V-9 Bass cabinet loaded with Eminence® 10“ Custom speakers|
| Heaven Top ||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a David Eden® D410XLT Bass cabinet loaded with Eminence® 10” Custom speakers|
| Marco ||DynIR Capture from Two notes inspired by a Markbass® Traveler 102P Bass cabinet loaded with Markbass® 10“ Custom Neodymium speakers|
Anniversary Edition Cabinet Collection (Downloads Upon Product Registration)
That’s not all folks! Post registration, we will add the new-for-2023 Anniversary Edition cabinet collection to your licence! Captured at Mirador Studios, the Anniversary Edition Cabinet Collection has been engineered under a singular guiding mantra: deliver pinnacle in mojo-fuelled sonics from a selection of hard-to-come-by cabinets, primed for everything from raunch-filled means to vibey cleans.
Each cabinet in the Two notes library comes with a choice of 8 perfectly matched microphones. The selection of microphones depends on the type and model of the cabinet and each had been carefully selected for maximum response and tonal quality.
Top Tip: Don’t be afraid to try the bass mics on your guitar tone and guitar mics on your bass tones!
|SPEAKER IN|| 6.35mm (1/4”) Jack unbalanced (TS, Tip/Sleeve)
IN LEVEL switch affects input sensitivity
|SPEAKER OUT||6.35mm (1/4 in) Jack unbalanced (TS)|
|LEFT/RIGHT OUTPUTS|| XLR Balanced
Maximum output level: 15dBu. Impedance: 600Ω
|PHONES||6.35mm (1/4“) Jack balanced TRS, Tip/Ring/sleeve)|
|MIDI Input||1/8″ jack balanced TRS. Jack to MIDI cable adapter supplied.|
|USB||Micro USB B port. Micro USB-B to USB-A cable supplied.|
|ADC/DAC|| Sampling frequency: 96kHz
|Frequency response||30Hz - 19kHz|
|Min Latency||2.2ms (LINE IN to LINE OUT)|
|THD+N ratio||0.03% (IN LEVEL 0dB, sine wave 1kHz 4dBu)|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||95dB|
|Power supply||100-240v AC / Output: 12V DC, 1A supplied.|
|Dimensions|| 128 (w) x 175 (d) x 64 (h) mm
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