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OT: Nembrini Audio NEW Cali Reverb Modern High Gain Amplifier (desktop)

Hi everybody,
I hope you're fine.
This is our brand new plugin for desktop (soon on iOS too...)
Cheers,
Andrea

INTRO PRICE JUST $29 UNTIL APRIL 30 (REGULAR $137)
https://www.nembriniaudio.com/products/cali-reverb-guitar-amplifier

The Cali Reverb Modern High Gain Amplifier plugin is the best emulation of another rock icon guitar amplifier that has defined the tone of heavy music for the last 25 years!

Nembrini Audio has carefully modeled the incredible tone and versatility of this American beauty hand-built amplifier to make this iconic sound ready to use in the digital world.

Two completely independent channels with separate controls for gain, tone, presence, reverb and master.

Channel 1 with 2 modes: Clean for tight and sparkling clear tones and Pushed for spicy mid-gain flavour.
Channel 2 with classics recto modes: Raw for crunch and blues tones, Vintage for liquid and warmth high-gain sounds and Modern for heaviest and super aggressive sounds.

CABINETS
With Cali Reverb Modern High Gain is possible select between six different famous guitars cab, four mic emulations with on/off axis position switch, continuous position and distance knobs.

A complete Mixer section with Solos, Mutes, Pans and Faders allow you to blend together the two microphones with the ambience microphones.

IMPULSES RESPONSE LOADER
Impulse Loader let you load up to three 3rd-parties impulse responses, you can blend them together using volume, pan, phase, solo and mute controls.

A convenient browser window has been added so you can easily search through all your third parts IR files.

CLEANER / NOISE GATE
Noise Gate section plus a Cleaner circuit to reduce rambling and harsh is included

In the Cali Reverb Modern High Gain there is a selected set of cabinets impulses created by www.choptones.com and www.seacowcabs.com

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
An Intel Pentium 4 compatible CPU
1GB RAM
Mac OS 10.9 or newer (Mac users)
Windows 7 or newer (PC users)
A display resolution of 1280x1024 pixels or more
A VST2, VST3, AAX or AudioUnits compatible host

Comments

  • Next level, we have so much choice now on iOS. Thanks for bringing it.

  • NEMBRINI FTW!!! They are killing it!

    Owning the iOS guitar game!!! :)

  • @And_Nembrini Looking forward to the iOS version.

    Any chance of a 5150 model in the future?

  • @ecou said:
    @And_Nembrini Looking forward to the iOS version.

    Any chance of a 5150 model in the future?

    Yep, it's the next one in our list. Both desktop and iOS. Soon.
    Cheers,
    Andrea

  • edited April 15

    I've only had time to run through some of the presets (Logic/Mac/Telecaster) and there's no doubt it will be an incredibly useful amp. I love all three "big" Nembrini amps but it'd be great to see something smaller in the Fender camp. Princeton? Deluxe?

  • Fender amp, please!!!! @And_Nembrini

    And please add IR loader to current iOS amps.

    With that said, I bought the Marshall simulation and I am surprisingly very pleased with the clean channel – – though I use it as a slightly distorted sound without a pedal

    These apps are remarkably stable and CPU efficient. There is no doubt that you are the current king of iOS amp modeling

  • edited April 15

    Thanks guys, much appreciated!

  • @Schmotown said:
    it'd be great to see something smaller in the Fender camp. Princeton? Deluxe?

    @audiobussy said:
    Fender amp, please!!!

    🤭👀

  • @And_Nembrini said:

    @ecou said:
    @And_Nembrini Looking forward to the iOS version.

    Any chance of a 5150 model in the future?

    Yep, it's the next one in our list. Both desktop and iOS. Soon.
    Cheers,
    Andrea

    I will be looking forward to that one too.

  • @NembriniAudio , like other desktop devs Audio Damage, Toneboosters @DJB, etc and iOS exclusive @BramBos , etc. has earned the respect of our community and engendered a great deal of brand loyalty ever since their debut on iOS.

    Nembrini gets it: build great sounding, easy to use apps and sell them at affordable price points. Once the iOS music production community gets hep to developers like that they’re fans for life, I know I am.

    Really looking forward to playing through this bad boy...

  • Fantastic job @NembriniAudio
    Thanks for your attention to the iOS musicians. Look forward to get the Eddie Kramer’s effects.
    +1 for a low gain amp release. 👍

  • Their apps sound fantastic!
    It is a shame for the auv3 bug.
    Nobody seems to want to react....

  • @flo26 said:
    Their apps sound fantastic!
    It is a shame for the auv3 bug.
    Nobody seems to want to react....

    I must have very poor ears because I have no problems with the Nembrini's AUv3, though.

  • @Faland said:

    @flo26 said:
    Their apps sound fantastic!
    It is a shame for the auv3 bug.
    Nobody seems to want to react....

    I must have very poor ears because I have no problems with the Nembrini's AUv3, though.

    How obvious the problem is depends on a few factors: buffer size, sample rate, and gain/volume settings. In another thread, I provided instructions so that you can replicate the problem without an input signal.

    Short version: create a channel with MHR810 AU as the effect and nothing in the input node for the channel. Set the amp to lead channel and set all volume and gain to max. You will hear/see that a low level signal of constant pitch is present. Try all buffer settings from 64 to 1024 at both 44.1k and 48k sample rates. The pitch and loudness differ with each setting.

    If you do the same with the IAA version, the output is completely silent.

    It is less prominent in the Clean channel.

    @NembriniAudio : if you can’t reproduce this, send me a private message and I will make a video.

  • thanks @espiegel123 , but if to notice a bug I have to do something that I would never do (volume and gain to max, for example) it is as if the bug was not there. But I speak for myself, obviously...

  • @Faland said:
    thanks @espiegel123 , but if to notice a bug I have to do something that I would never do (volume and gain to max, for example) it is as if the bug was not there. But I speak for myself, obviously...

    If you never run into it, great. But, just to be clear, the instructions are just a way to hear it very distinctly; in general use, on high gain settings, how obvious it is will depend on your buffers and what key you are playing in -- since the pitch is constant. In Flo's example audio, it is quite audible but someone might mistake it for hum or a wrong note ringing quietly. In some uses cases, it isn't very noticeable, but in some it is. Seems like something fixable since the standalone doesn't do it at all.

  • Which of Nembrini’s iPad OS amplifier models will get me close to the sound and feel of a Dumble Overdrive Special - the Larry Carlton/Robben Ford type of tone?

  • @DSCB57 said:
    Which of Nembrini’s iPad OS amplifier models will get me close to the sound and feel of a Dumble Overdrive Special - the Larry Carlton/Robben Ford type of tone?

    Hmmm... out of the 3 amps they have out now (more to come), I think this Cali Reverb would be the one to try.. seems to have the most versatility to me.. All the Nembrini amps feel good..

    Channel 1 with 2 modes: Clean for tight and sparkling clear tones and Pushed for spicy mid-gain flavour.
    Channel 2 with classics recto modes: Raw for crunch and blues tones, Vintage for liquid and warmth high-gain sounds and Modern for heaviest and super aggressive sounds.

    Can’t speak for the BST100 (Soldano).. it’s the only one I don’t have yet.. not sure if I even need it.. Ha! Who am I kidding? It’ll be in my collection eventually..

    The Boss pedal would be a fantastic addition to this.. and would give you many tone options..

    Here’s a great article on Robben’s Dumbles.. yes.. he owns more than 1..
    https://www.musicradar.com/news/under-the-microscope-dumble-overdrive-special

    I know @flo26 did a Robben Ford style demo using a Fender Custom Pro amp sim.. check it out if you haven’t already.. perhaps he’ll pop in here to comment..
    https://forum.audiob.us/discussion/37568/amplitube-s-fender-pack-ala-robben-ford

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