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April Clare Welsh
15 April 2024, 13:10

This sound system emulator lets you hear what your track would sound like in a club

The club sound system emulator mirrors 10 different club and room settings 

Soundsystem emulator

A new plug-in from digital instruments company G-Sonique lets you hear what your track would sound like in a club.

Featuring a DJ and amplifier volume knob, the club sound system emulator attempts to mirror sound systems, amplifiers and processors of 10 different types of club and room setting, from smaller monitors and large PA systems to DJs playing "to the red levels on the mixer".

The plug-in has been developed by the company alongside a selection of live sound engineers, DJs and producers. See how it works below.

G-Sonique’s PA Club Soundsystem emulator is available as a 32-bit or 64-bit Windows VST, and is priced at €30. However, there is a limited introductory offer of €18 for the first 70 customers.

Check out the plug-in below and pick one up here.

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