Loudspeaker / Bullhorn Emulation (VST/AU/AAX)
The feedback section is essentially a slapback effect. When using megaphones, the output of the loudspeaker can be captured again by the input microphone, introducing a delay/reflection and the usual feedback tones (those can be triggered with high gain sources and feedback amount higher than 50%).
The megaphone noises can be enabled by the Trigger button. There are two types of noise: Button and Burst. You can balance the mix between the two noises with the Source parameter.
The button noise is the noise made by clicking on the megaphone button to enable its microphone.
The burst is the typical background noise of the loudspeaker.
If the envelope is enabled, the Burst noise will follow the transients of the input signal.
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Please note: This product is downloaded from the Audio Thing website. After your purchase you will be sent a unique code. Download the activation guide PDF from your account for further details.
- 2 Loudspeaker emulations
- Overdrive + Bandwidth control
- Feedback / Slapback
- Preset system with randomizer
- Download Manual (.pdf)
Windows 7, 8, 10 (64 bit)
- Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2, 4 GB RAM
- VST2, VST3, or AAX, 64-bit host
OS X 10.7 – macOS 10.14
- Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GB RAM
- VST2, VST3, AU, or AAX, 64-bit host
Try Megaphone for free with some limitations: silence for 3 seconds every 45 seconds, saving disabled.
If you like it, you can purchase a license and then authorize the demo version.
Click the demo icon near the top of this page.