The new Nembrini Audio Acoustic Voice guitar plugin gives users the ability to model classic acoustic guitars and apply them to their own recordings. The company has profiled six iconic acoustic guitars and three professional mics for Acoustic Voice, so you have plenty of options.
Nembrini Audio Acoustic Voice
The Acoustic Voice software from Nembrini Audio lets users access the following modeled acoustic guitars: Martin 0028EC, Gibson L00, Landola J80E, Guild D140CE, Ayers DSR and Taylor 814CEDLX. You also get three mic models which include the Audix ADX 51, Beyerdynamic M201, and the classic Shure SM57.
It is a pretty sizeable chunk of quality models to play with to design your own acoustic guitar sound. But that’s not all. You can also put the audio signal through a modulation and effects section with the included compressor, chorus, vibrato, delay and reverb.
Prices and Formats
Until 8 August 2021, Acoustic Voice is available on Nembrini Audio’s website at the introductory price of 39 US dollars, instead of 99 US dollars. The plugin runs on macOS 10.9 or later and Windows 7 or later and supports VST3, AAX, AU and VST in 64-bit. For authorization, you need a free iLok account (or dongle). A demo version and a PDF user manual are also available for download on the company’s website. A selection of presets is included with the package.
The emulation is also available as an iOS app in the Apple App Store for the price of 8.99 euros. It requires iOS/iPadOS 9.3 or later and is compatible with an iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. In addition, it runs as AUv3 and standalone on an Apple Mac with M1 CPU.
Whilst it is on offer, it is a bit of a no-brainer if you want to record acoustic guitar into a DAW, and well worth trying out the demo version, if you aren’t sure.
More Information on Nembrini Audio
Nembrini Audio Demo Video
- Nembrini Audio launches Acoustic Voice guitar plugin: Nembrini Audio