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Top Features• 40 ultra-realistic virtual amp models > play the greatest amps of all time• 121 effects > incredible creative versatility• 100 drum patterns and guitar tuner built in > all-in-one design• effects and drum machine sync to tap tempo or external MIDI clock > create your own unique sound• built-in 24-bit USB audio interface with S/PDIF out > connects directly to your computer
The award-winning Black Box is designed for guitar players who want to stretch the creative potential of the guitar. With an inspiring array of unique effects that automatically beat-sync to your song tempo or the included drum patterns, the Black Box allows you to quickly access intricate delay lines, randomized filters, pulsing feedback effects and countless other ways of jumpstarting the songwriting process. Co-developed by M-Audio and Roger Linn Design, the Black Box is the first creative tool for guitarists that combines amp modeling, powerful beat-synced effects and a drum machine with a Pro Tools M-Powered compatible audio interface for computer-based recording. With new version 2 firmware, the Black Box features 40 amp modelsincluding spot-on emulations of many of the greatest guitar amps of all time. The unit also incorporates over 120 unique inspiring effects, many of which beat-sync to the internal drum patterns or to an external sequencer. 100 built-in drum patterns with tap tempo make it easy to try out different grooves and tempos. A built-in microphone preamp is also included for recording and processing vocals and acoustic instruments. One simple USB connection sends the output directly to your favorite computer-based recording softwareand syncs the Black Box's drums and effects to your tracks. The Black Box gives you killer tone, groundbreaking effects, huge beats, and it's the only dedicated guitar product in the world that gives you access to Pro Tools M-Powered.
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