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Saturday, April 27, 2019

Review: Audio Assault Hellbeast



Hello and welcome to this week's article!
Today we are review the latest guitar amp simulator from Audio Assault: Hellbeast!

Hellbeast is one of the several amp simulators Audio Assault is putting out in the last months, and it's without any doubt the heaviest so far; even if it's not explicitly cited, it's quite clear that this virtual amp is modeled after the Randall Satan, the Ola Englund signature model (it has the same two "Girth" and "Grind" knobs that controls independently the gain of the low and high frequencies).

The sound as similar to the original head as the look is, and this means a suprisingly versatile gain machine, that lets you shape your distorted sound with a depth that is almost impossible to find in other amplifiers, since all the controls (3 eq knobs, depth, presence, girth and grind) allows a very high freedom to dial in your tone.

The tone is clearly aimed to those who needs a very tight distortion, ideal for thrash and death metal, and the nice thing of this amp sim is that it retains at almost all settings a very defined attack and a fast, not muddy low end.

Audio Assault is surprising us with every release with its great quality to price ratio, these bundles are all sold at a very affordable price and there are often discounts, so if you're looking for extreme chugs check out the Hellbeast at the Audio Assault website.

Thumbs up!


Specs taken from the website:


- Dual Cabinet IR Loader with 62 impulses included

- Tube Screamer Simulation

- Noise Gate

- 10 band graphic Eq

- Delay

- Reverb

- Chorus


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