Audio Ease announced Speakerphone 2, a speaker simulator that comes with ambience sounds, reverbs, and DSP modules designed to tweak the lifelike sounding scenarios that involve speakers.
Speakerphone version 2, previewed at NAMM, features newly sampled guitar amp cabinets, antique phones, toys, answering machines and megaphones, according to Audio Ease. Added is a microphone simulation module that hosts microphones ranging from Royers to toy mics.
Among the new modules in Speakerphone 2 is one that's called 'coverup'. Coverup can place sound inside tin cans, cardboard boxes, under blankets or in the closed trunk of a car.
Release date and pricing are yet to be announced.
For more info: www.audioease.com.