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Vancouver BC - Radial Engineering Ltd. is pleased to announce the  Radial X-Amp™  the world's first 500 series Reamp... a device designed  to simplify the Reamping process for any studio.


Radial Sales Manager Steve McKay: "Reamping is all about  keeping options open. Instead of simply committing a guitar or bass  track to one sound, you can later Reamp it so that it can better sit in  the mix. And with today's digital recording systems and unlimited  virtual track count, it has never been easier or more affordable to  Reamp tracks. This has of course accelerated the interest in the  original Radial X-Amp, ProRMP and the Reamp JCR. As the market leader,  it only made sense that we be the first company to introduce a 500  series version. The X-Amp module follows the lead set by the stand-alone  Radial X-Amp™ but has a few extra features to make it particularly  useful in small, single room recording environments."

The Radial X-Amp 500 is a Reamper with two conveniently mounted  front panel 1/4" outputs. It features 100% discrete class A circuitry  for the most natural tone. Both instrument outputs are transformer  isolated to eliminate hum and buzz caused by ground loops. This is  supplemented with a ground lift switch and 180º polarity reverse than  enables the engineer to bring the two amplifiers in phase. This is  particularly useful when guitar pedals are introduced as they will often  reverse the phase of the signal. Variable output controls allow the  engineer to quickly reach over to fine-tune signal levels when  recording.

To add greater flexibility, when the X-Amp module is used with a  Radial Workhorse™, the Omniport becomes a guitar input allowing the  X-Amp module to be used as a two channel guitar distro, thus enabling  one to play through two amps without the hum, buzz and noise problems  that usually occur.

McKay continues: "Once you start Reamping, you will never go  back to recording any other way. The magic lies in capturing the track  and then using amps and pedals to optimize the tone while allowing you  to move mics around the studio to find the sweet spot. This is the  advantage that big budget studios have had all along. Only today, the  Radial X-Amp module brings Reamping to the masses."


For more information CLICK HERE or send us an email to info@radialeng.com

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