AUDIFIED MultiDrive Pedal Pro - Electric Guitar Pedal Emulation Software (Download)

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AUDIFIED MultiDrive Pedal Pro - Electric Guitar Pedal Emulation Software (Download)
Key Features
  • Analog Distortion Captured in Software
  • Boost, Fuzz, Overdrive & Distortion
  • 12 Analog Stompboxes
  • Analog Circuit Path Emulated
Available for download, the Audified MultiDrive Pedal Pro is software designed to give electric guitarists and bassists realistic overdrive, fuzz, boost, and distortion sounds in the box. Simply run your instrument into your interface's DI, utilize this plug-in for the appropriate distortion or boost, and instantiate an amplifier/cabinet plug-in thereafter, should that be your preference.
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AUDIFIED MultiDrive Pedal Pro - Electric Guitar Pedal Emulation Software (Download)

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AUDIFIED MultiDrive Pedal Pro Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Pedals Included
  • 3808-Scream
  • 49-Scream
  • 5B-Drive
  • 6O-Drive
  • 7S-Drive
  • 8One-Distortion
  • 9BAT-Distortion
  • 10XXL-Distortion
  • 11M-Distortion
  • 12F-Fuzz
  • 13M-Fuzz
  • 14T-Booster

Available for download, the Audified MultiDrive Pedal Pro is software designed to give electric guitarists and bassists realistic overdrive, fuzz, boost, and distortion sounds in the box. Simply run your instrument into your interface's DI, utilize this plug-in for the appropriate distortion or boost, and instantiate an amplifier/cabinet plug-in thereafter, should that be your preference.

Twelve pedals have been modeled in detail, with internal oversampling to make sure that every nuance of the circuit path is captured as accurately as possible. Additionally, great care has been taken in the GUI to represent the feel of each original pedal.

This software is compatible for Mac and Windows platforms. It operates in AU, VST, and AAX formats.

Pedals Included

808-Scream

Based on the Ibanez TS-808 Tube Screamer, this pedal provides a classic and recognizable overdrive term.

9-Scream

Based on the TS-9 Tube Screamer, this model is almost the same internally as the TS-808, but has a brighter, less smooth sound.

B-Drive

Based on the Boss Blues Driver, this pedal emulation delivers the creamy yet crunchy sound associated with great blues guitars—an emotive distortion usually reserved for 30-year-old tube amps.

O-Drive

Based on the Boss OD-1, this pedal emulation features an asymmetric circuit where the positive and negative halves of the waveform aren't distorted equally. The result is a distinctly 70s sounding overdrive.

S-Drive

Based on the Boss SD-1, this mode models an asymmetric overdrive circuit that responds very well to your picking force. It produces a dynamic and smooth overdrive effect well suited to any type of rock music.

One-Distortion

Based on the Boss DS-1, this emulation modules a pedal with a hard-edged attack and smooth sustain that's been a staple of players for generations.

BAT-Distortion

Based on ProCo RAT Distortion, this emulation excels at arena rock rhythm tones and soaring leads.

XXL-Distortion

Based on the MXR Distortion+, this emulation provides a crunchy, heavy metal sound, one evocative of Randy Rhoads. It can offer everything from cool overdriven blues tones to huge '80s hard rock distortion.

M-Distortion

Based on the Boss MT-2 Metal Zone, this model delivers a wide range of distortion sounds, as well as a 3-band EQ and strong sustain. This emulation provides over-the-top distortion tones with hefty mids and lows, as well as an ultra-saturated sound.

F-Fuzz

Based on the Jim Dunlop Fuzz Face, this emulation produces a classic, vintage fuzz tone.

M-Fuzz

Based on Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi, this emulation works equally well on guitar and bass, providing a well-regarded fuzz tone with a squeaky frequency response.

T-Booster

Based on the Treble Booster, an effects unit used by guitarists to boost volume with emphasis placed on the high end of their tonal spectrum, and was popular mostly during the 1960s. Treble boosters are used to overdrive amplifiers in order to create a more distorted, yet focused, sound. Place this before your amplifier emulation to achieve this sound.

AUDIFIED MultiDrive Pedal Pro Specs

General
Delivery MethodDownload
Supported Plug-In FormatsAAX, AU, VST2, VST3
System Requirements
Supported Operating SystemsWindows 7
Windows 8
Windows 10
macOS 10.9 or Later
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