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Audient teams up

Audient teams up

Audient teams up

Sono is a new audio interface for guitarists that allows blending between the guitar input signal and DAW playback

Audient has teamed up with cab simulation company two notes to create Sono, an audio interface for guitarists that features an on-board 12AX7 analogue valve and 3-band Tone control alongside two notes’ Torpedo power amp modelling and cab simulation. Users can choose from a wide range of guitar and bass cab models based on classics such as the Marshall 4x12, Fender 2x12 or Ampeg Fridge, with more tones downloadable from Torpedo Remote if needed. Room type, microphone model and placement can be customised, while presets can be stored in Sono and played in standalone mode at any time.

According to Audient, Sono doesn’t get in the way of creativity. Monitor mix allows blending between the guitar input signal and DAW playback, reportedly ensuring delay-free recording, playback and monitoring, enabling the artist to stay in the creative zone with none of the latency problems that are common when tracking with software.

Sono users are also able to integrate their existing pedalboard. ‘Plug in your favourite distortion, reverb and delay pedals directly into Sono’s DI, dial up a tone and instantly start recording or jamming without the need to mic up and play through a noisy amp,’ explained Andy Allen, Audient marketing manager. ‘Sono will always record a clean DI signal, so you capture your performance and re-amp through your favourite hardware amps later without the need to buy a dedicated re-amp box.’

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