IK Multimedia AmpliTube Leslie - Rotary Speaker Emulation Plug-In (Download)

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IK Multimedia AmpliTube Leslie emulates the tone and feel of several classic Leslie rotary cabinets, doing so in conjunction with Hammond USA and the Suzuki Music Corporation. In one module, you’re given five Leslie amplifiers and six cabinets.

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IK Multimedia AmpliTube Leslie emulates the tone and feel of several classic Leslie rotary cabinets, doing so in conjunction with Hammond USA and the Suzuki Music Corporation. In one module, you’re given five Leslie amplifiers and six cabinets. The module can be opened on its own within your DAW for recording or nestled inside AmpliTube as part of a live signal-processing chain for instruments and vocals.

IK Multimedia used their Dynamic Interaction Modeling Technology to study and emulate the nuances of every electrical component that goes into a Leslie amplifier, taking into careful account the interaction between discrete sections and reproducing the non-linear dynamics that make Leslies so special to so many instrumentalists.

All the cabinet emulations have been crafted using Volumetric Response Modeling, a proprietary technology that aims to provide a response indistinguishable from the original units. While physical Leslie cabinets can often be quite large and hard to cart around, this software solution takes up no space in the physical universe.

Feel free to use this module on keyboards, organs, guitars, vocals, and more. It’s compatible with Mac and Windows operating systems and works within Audio Units, VST, and AAX formats.

AmpliTube Leslie Features

  • Emulation of the legendary Leslie amps and cabinets approved and certified by Hammond USA and Suzuki Music Corp. of Japan
  • Ideal for keyboard players, record producers, guitarists, and even vocalists
  • Perfect for any kind of production ranging from Jazz to Rock and Contemporary Pop
  • 5 amps—Leslie 147, 122, 122A, 3300w, and Leslie G-37/Studio 12
  • 6 rotary-speaker cabinets—Leslie 147, 122, 122A, 3300w, G-37, and Studio 12
  • Cabinets sound was captured using four microphones
  • Original circuit and component-level modeling of the amps via IK’s proprietary Dynamic Interaction Modeling technology
  • Rotary-speaker cabinets modeled using the company’s proprietary Volumetric Response Modeling technology
  • Slow/Fast Speed and Acceleration/Deceleration functions let you choose the rotation speed of the horn and the drum and how quickly the speaker changes speed
  • 90° and 180° mic placement with variable distance setup for true studio sound and sophisticated tone shaping
  • Variety of amp/cab combinations
  • Painstakingly recreates the saturation and harmonic distortion of overdriven tubes and circuitry
  • All cabinets work in stereo for both horns and drum
  • Full parametric EQ for overall sound shaping
  • Intuitive controls for easily customizable sound
  • Mixer section for versatile microphone signal blending and tonal control
  • Animated interface
  • Can be used alongside the collection of models and processors from the AmpliTube family for a wide variety of sonic options

Leslie 122 Model

  • The classic of classics—model of a vintage unit from the early 70s
  • When you think of the “Leslie sound,” you are most likely thinking of a 122
  • Suitable for pop, rock, jazz, and blues
  • Slightly warmer sound when compared to the 122A

Leslie 122A Model

  • The Leslie 122A is the modern take on the most prominent Leslie model, with a balanced input to the amplifier and a medium-tall cabinet that provides a hefty bass response
  • Slightly more open and upfront tone compared to the classic 122

Leslie 147 Model

  • The Leslie 147 is another classic Leslie model with a different connector, slightly different power amp, an unbalanced input to the amplifier, and a slightly shorter cabinet compared to the 122
  • Model of a vintage unit from the mid 60s with no reflectors on the horns—produces an overall sound similar to the classic 122 but with some noticeable, and musically relevant, differences

Leslie 3300w Model

  • The Leslie 3300w is one of Leslie’s most powerful models, featuring a 300W RMS solid-state amplifier with a vacuum tube preamp
  • Its sound signature is especially suitable for pop, rock, jazz, and blues

Leslie G37 / Studio 12 Model

  • Guitarists in all styles use the G37 for its tonal character
  • The onboard solid-state amplifier with its tube preamp section can go from pristine and clean to down and dirty for a variety of tonal nuances
  • Similar to the sound Leslie speakers can provide through a compact dual-rotor cabinet utilizing a vintage V30 12″ speaker customized for electric guitar