GG Audio announced the release of Spin, an incredibly detailed simulation of several classic rotary speakers. Spin includes the Leslie 122 and 147, a regular high power model and the famous Yamaha RA200.
When your sound passes through a rotating speaker, something magical happens and there is nothing like it.
If you prefer a tone with some overdrive, Spin will come in handy. 3 separate simulators of the classic 40-watt amplifier, contained in the 122/147 rotating dynamics, give you from a little warming, to something crispy and right up to the well-known “hot eggs”. Why 3 versions? Because different sets of lamps lead to slightly different characteristics. We arranged them in order of increasing advantage. We also turned on the High Gain setting, which simulates a well-known British guitar amp appreciated for its gain and distortion style, more suitable for the SteppenWolf and Jon Lord sound types.
Spin comes with a great simulator of classic 122 and 147 rotary speakers, but we went a step further with a custom version of “high power” that mimics a rotating cabinet that was previously only available to professionals. Although it is very similar to the classic, it has its own sound.
For something a little unusual, pay attention to the RA200 cabinet. Based on a rare cabinet, it is a unique rotating speaker with 3 rotating tweeters and 2-15-inch woofers. Spin is also equipped with a cabinet simulation of a British guitar amp with 4 – 12 “speakers.
Each engineer has his own special way of removing sound from the rotator, and Spin has all the possibilities. Close the microphone for an intense and pulsating sound or for something smoother. Move them away for dreamy stereo distribution or set them close together for monaural output. Place microphones in the front of the cabinet for a smooth tone or the back of the cabinet for a slightly larger presence. Spin also allows you to choose between dynamic and condenser microphones.
• Classic 122, 147 and “high-power” modeling.
• Emulation of the cabinet of RA200 (Pink Floyd fans will rejoice!)
• Simulation of the cabinet of the British guitar amp.
• Reverb with room sizes and Pre & Post modes.
• 4 microphones, including a choice of condensers.
• Fully adjustable speed of rotation, acceleration and deceleration.
• Turn on / off the rotor diffuser.
• 3-band equalizer.
• Display MIDI controller.
• Low CPU usage.
• 4 wood finishes.