- Publisher: PastToFutureReverbs
- Product: A.I. NEVEr 5315 Analog Console Plugin Extension (AU, VST3) for NAM!
- Requirements: Windows 10/11 64-bit (VST3,), Mac 10.15 and up (AU, VST3)
The most amazing console saturation you might have ever heard in the box!
Hard to believe but It sounds like analog!
After many requests we made this plugin extension for NAM (Neural Amp Modeler Plugin) (which is also free to download)
Introducing the revolutionary new software extension, „A.I. NEVEr 5315 ANALOG CONSOLE PLUGIN EXTENSION“ – the next level of non-linear impulse response making using AI machine learning.
With A.I. NEVEr 5315 ANALOG CONSOLE PLUGIN EXTENSION we captured the tube saturation, overdrive, and distortion characteristics of analog devices like a Tape recorder, Tube Amp, Mic Pre, Limiter, Compressor, and Guitar Pedals like never before.
The ultimate solution for those seeking to capture the warmth and character of analog devices like tape recorders, tube amps, and guitar pedals in their digital audio recordings.
This cutting-edge technology uses AI machine learning neural networks to create non-linear impulse responses that accurately replicate the sound of analog devices, which normal impulse responses cannot do.
This technology goes beyond traditional impulse responses, providing a more realistic and dynamic sound that truly captures the essence of analog devices.
You will only need to get the free plugin (NAM) that lets you use these AI machine learning non-linear impulse responses.
Simply download the plugin (NAM) from: https://github.com/sdatkinson/NeuralAmpModelerPlugin/releases
and load the NEVE 5315 Console.nam files into the plugin to enjoy the next level of realistic analog console sound.
The Plugin that you need to use these files are available for free in various formats including Windows 10/11 64-bit (VST3,), Mac 10.15 and up (AU, VST3)
Don’t settle for dull and lifeless Digital sound – get the A.I. NEVEr 5315 ANALOG CONSOLE PLUGIN EXTENSION and experience the next level of non-linear impulse response making.
These sounds amazing on Drums, Bass, guitars, vocals, keyboards, synths etc. you name it
P:S: NAM sounds best on 48kHz
Check out the demo (Sorry a bit out of sync):