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In an effort to meticulously emulate the high-gain Mesa Boogie guitar amp, Kuassa has now released a new pro-audio software product, Amplifikation Rectifor, which makes it the company's fifth guitar amp simulator they have launched to date.

And at the time of writing, there is a generous introductory price of $25 (USD) which is going to be valid until next month on the 8th of August when the price goes back to $49 (USD). Amplifikation Rectifor is also available in a wide range of digital audio plug-in formats i.e. VST, VST3, AAX, and AU both on MS Windows and Apple Macintosh.

Amplifikation Rectifor key features​
Supports up to 8x oversampling
Nine types of microphones: Shure SM57, Sennheiser MD421, Sennheiser MD441, Shure KSM 353, Royer 121, AKG C414, Neumann TLM103, Sennheiser E609, and Beyerdynamic M 201
The dual-mic configuration can be freely adjusted with a mono or stereo mix option, just like an actual guitar recording session​
Five types of cabinets with impulse responses taken from genuine Mesa-Boogie cabinets​
Built-in high-quality noise gate and limiter
3 types of channels: raw, vintage, and modern​
High-resolution resizable graphic user interface​


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