New Software Review: UAD Ampeg B-15N

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However, by offering multiple versions of the cabinet in the emulation, along with additional parameters, and the many mic combinations, Brainworx has greatly extended the tonal possibilities of the original B-15N, no longer rendering it a one-trick pony. At an asking price of $149, the UAD Ampeg B-15N is not every color in the spectrum, but the shading and texture options are deep and wide.

Rich Crescenti is a freelance engineer, producer, teacher, and drummer who works out of several studios in NYC, helping bands make unique recordings. Contact him at richmakesrecords.com.

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