Sin City Presents Magazine August 2016 Volume 3 Issue 8 - Page 25





"MAKE SOME NOISE" will be released on August 5th!

Here's a glimpse of the title track while you're waiting!

Pre-order the album here:

Tracklist: Long Way To Go * We All Fall Down * Song And A Prayer * Mainline * Make Some Noise * Fortunate Son * Last Time I Saw The Sun * Mine All Mine * How Does It Feel * Freedom * All The Same * Join Together

Available in three formats: CD DigiPak Version incl. sticker; 2LP 180 g Gatefold red vinyl version incl. printed inner sleeves and CD in paper sleeve; Download Version. Pretty cool, huh?

Currently on tour in Europe July/August with Inglorious & The New Roses, on tour in the US with KISS in Aug/September, first show in Japan in October! featuring Doug Aldrich, John Corabi, Brian Tichy, Marco Mendoza Fan Page and David Lowy.

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Vintage Product Recreations with Vintage Pack 2-0 Cont.

Shaping Your Sound with Analog Warmth

Following its recently announced partnership with leading vintage specification hardware manufacturer BAE Audio, Antelope has launched its first resulting digital product: the BAE Audio 1073 EQ, which is modeled on the classic 1073 preamplifer and EQ. This is the definitive recreation of a timeless piece of hardware that has left its indelible mark on countless records from the 70s to today. Now, Antelope introduces the [AP550A], which places the sound of this studio workhorse preamp and EQ at your fingertips. The [AP550A]’s 3-band EQ, with switchable filters and optional shelving behavior in the high and low frequency bands, makes it a multipurpose all-star for tracking and mixing, easily accessed from within your Antelope Thunderbolt interface.

These exciting hardware-powered FX join the already wide range of sounds achievable with Antelope Audio’s EQP AA and MEQ AA tube equalizer emulations. The EQP AA captures the quality and quirks of the studio-standard tube equalizer on which it is based, including the ability to boost and cut the same frequency for a unique sonic signature. The MEQ AA offers a whole new palette of sounds by offering two peak bands and a dip band to articulate your midrange with the tube warmth of a vintage rack unit. For mixers and engineers who require additional precision for surgical cuts and boosts, the VEQ-55 parametric EQ is the perfect tool to complement the EQP AA and MEQ AA. Boost key frequencies in your drums, bass, or guitar to add bite and presence, or cut offending frequencies to clean up your mix. This trio of powerful equalizers provides Antelope Audio hardware users a range of tools to shape sounds that sit perfectly in the mix.

Expanding the Rack with a Compressor

Fans of Antelope Audio’s FPGA emulations will be thrilled to unlock the power of a brand new vintage compressor emulation: the FET-76 compressor. Based on a legendary studio FET-based peak limiter, Antelope's FET-76 — which captures the timeless essence of the original — imbues your audio with the unique smoothness and character that is present in the vintage hardware. Featuring 4:1, 8:1, 12:1, and 20:1 compression ratios, the versatile FET-76 works well in a range of applications, from vocals to drum busses and everything in between. Engage the legendary ‘all-buttons-mode’ for the extra grit and spank that made the original a must-have in every studio rack.

FPGA Processing: Only with Antelope Audio

Using a proprietary FPGA engine that Antelope has been developing for years, Antelope’s latest hardware is capable of real-time performance before the signal even reaches the DAW component. Vintage Pack 2.0 uses this proprietary FPGA circuit, built into all of Antelope’s latest hardware units, to apply effects that maintain the true feel and response of real hardware, working in real time without buffering. Since FPGA is an actual digital hardware processor, utilizing Vintage Pack 2.0 effects avoids the need for buffered plugins, which can add undesired latency and often artifacts to the sound.

“Vintage Pack 2.0 puts the tone shaping capabilities of an entire analog studio at your fingertips without the cost and fuss of purchasing or maintaining a rack full of vintage gear,” commented Marcel James, Director of U.S. Sales for Antelope Audio. “By combining the industry-leading performance of our clocking and conversion technology with the real-time effects capabilities of our FPGA engine, we are now giving Antelope Audio users all the firepower they need to create professional mixes in the box. And you don't have to hire a studio technician.”

For more information on Antelope's new interfaces and Vintage Pack 2.0, please visit