New In Stock At Sweetwater
- TC-Helicon VoiceDoubler – Vocal effects like doubling are a studio staple, and now the rackmount VoiceDoubler can recreate every conceivable doubling sound, including natural overdubs and pristine emulations of classic detune, microshift, and chorus effects – even virtual choirs. Based on TC Helicon’s VoicePro technology, with advanced Inflection and FlexTime blocks, VoiceDoubler is easy to set up and comes loaded with 50 factory and 99 user presets.
- TC-Helicon Fabrik R – It’s four sweet reverbs in one PowerCore plug-in. Thanks to the the Meta Intuitive Navigation Technology (MINT), it’s a breeze to find the sound you need. Want to apply a “live” vibe to vocals and instruments? Use the Live Reverb. For an even “larger” quality, choose the Hall Reverb. For that vintage sound (or for drums and percussion) apply the Plate Reverb. If you’re working with guitars try the Club Reverb, which also works great with vocals. Adjust to taste and you’re there!
- Dynaudio BM 12S – The Dynaudio BM 12S 250-watt active subwoofer has been designed to complement the Dynaudio BM series in demanding production environments like post production, music recording and mixing, film editing, DVD authoring and mastering, broadcast, edit suites, and OB vans. The BM 12S delivers all the low end you need through the long-throw 12-inch driver, while its size makes it perfect where space is an issue. Operation is easy and convenient with the included DSC 1M Remote Control.
- Hartke KM60 – The guitar player’s amp is on 11, the bass player is causing tektonic plate shifts, and the drummer needs to lay off the caffeine. Meanwhile, you’re begging the sound guy to give you more keys in your monitor. Sound familiar? The Harke KM60 gives keyboard players some much-needed attention and is the ideal solution for the player who needs a flexible, 2-way mix/monitor system with a built-in power amp, 10-inch woofer and ceramic tweeter, an onboard 4-channel mixer, a 7-band graphic EQ, and even an XLR direct output.
- Fender Super Sonic 112 – Fender has found a way to deliver the best of those classic Fender tones along with high-gain distortion, all in the same amp! The Super Sonic 112 combo is built around a 60-watt all-tube amplifier with black or blonde vinyl covering. The Vintage channel has two selectable voices based on the original circuits of the 1965 Vibrolux and 1966 Bassman. The Burn channel has a dual-knob cascading-gain preamp for more creamy sustain and compression than any previous Fender amp. Includes one 12-inch, 8-ohm Celestion Vintage 30 speaker.