Audio Ease has introduced Speakerphone, a interesting speaker simulator plug-in, designed to make your audio sound like it’s coming through a bad GSM connection on a busy sidewalk, a bullhorn with feedback and a helicopter overhead, or a 1952 rockabilly guitar amp in a recording studio live room. Speakerphone is designed to give you authentic speakers of any size together with their natural environments.
Speakerphone, powered by Altiverb, combines a wealth of effects including a convolution engine that uses actual samples of hundreds of original speakers, a radio receiver tuning dial, record player scratch and static generator, GSM cell phone data compression, distortion, tremolo, delay, a variety of EQ and dynamics, bit crushing, sample rate reduction, a full blown convolution reverb, and a library of samples to combine into entire environments.
Speakerphone can make your audio sound like it’s coming through walkie-talkies, distant transistor radios, Guitar cabinets, upstairs TV sets, bullhorns and cell phones. Speakerphone will add dial tones, operators and static, and you can select from a wealth of ambiences on either the caller or receiver’s end. And with a click you can send anything from the sample-playback bay right to the cursor in your Pro Tools track.
Mac OS X: VST-RTAS-AudioSuite-Audio Unit-MAS
Windows XP: RTAS-VST