Audified MultiDrive Pedal Pro v1.0.3 VST VST3 AAX [WIN]
You can never have enough pedals in your studio. There are thousands of stomp boxes on the market of different sound, purpose and quality.
We chose 12 legendary pedals to revive the legacy of the famous DSound Stomp Boxes and Audiffex Pedals and created MultiDrive Pedal Pro – the perfect combination of distortion, overdrive, fuzz & boost is the right blend for your studio developed by professionals.
THE PERFECT BLEND
- MultiDrive Pedal Pro was originated for guitarist to kick up their sound. The team of Audified engineers created the perfect simulation of the legendary pedals which every musician should have in the studio.
- Overdrive for power.
- Distortion for complexity.
- Fuzz for fuzziness.
- Boost for hearing every detail.
- The improved Pro version offers even better sound and features than the legendary original version which is used by thousands of musicians and studios. With 32 killer presets chosen by guitarist, the Pro gives you many options to kick up your sound!
20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
As you can read here, this year Audified celebrates 20 years of development under brand names DSound, Audiffex and Audified.
One of our first products was a set of Stomp Boxes. From the beginning, we were company focused on guitar software. Our first guitar focused product was selected by M-Audio for their guitar bundles and was very successful.
Now we are releasing pedals developed completely different way, using precise circuit modulation taking into account every single part of the circuits. The progress on these pedals reflects the progress of modeling methods, computer performance and 3D graphics techniques in 20 years.
ALL-IN-ONE PEDAL PRO
You don’t have to buy dozens of stompboxes separately or download imperfect simulations. The company with more than 20 years experience on the market offers you the right mix of pedals of the true tone. Just perfect for your studio.
In our lab, we unscrewed every last screw from every modeled effect pedal and measured every part of it. Therefore you cannot tell the difference between our software simulation and the real world stomp boxes.