Brainworx has launched the Rockergain 100, a software rendition of the Orange Rockerverb head. This plug-in makes use of the brand’s proprietary modelling technology to accurately emulate the original’s 12AX7-equipped preamp section and EL34-equipped power amp section.
The Rockergain 100 features two-channels, each with its own corresponding control section based on the Rockerverb itself. As such, the clean channel has volume, treble and bass controls; while the dirty channel has volume, gain, treble, middle and bass controls. The plug-in additionally features both low- and high-sensitivity input options.
All this is wrapped up in an intuitive UI that should look familiar to guitar players.
Onboard effects can be deployed to further spice up the amp emulation. These include a lo-fi delay, noise gate, tight and smooth filters, power soak and pre- and power amp bypass. As well as this, Brainworx has built-in a number of ‘Recording Chains’, which consist IR-profiled cabinets, which were produced on the brand’s Neve console emulation software.
Here it in action below.
The Rockergain 100 is being offered at an introductory rate of $129.99 (usually $149.99). However, if you’re still on the fence, there’s also a 14-day trial available.
Bear in mind however, you’ll need a DAW in order to run Rockergain 100, as there isn’t a standalone version available. It comes in AAX, AU, VST and VST3 formats for macOS 10.9 and Windows 7, or higher.
Learn more about Rockergain 100 at plugin-alliance.com
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