Sono is the ultimate audio interface for guitarists and musicians, combining Audient’s award winning analogue recording technology with the world’s best speaker-cab simulation from Two notes. Combining an on board 12AX7 analogue valve and 3-band Tone control with Two notes Torpedo power amp modelling and cab simulation, Sono lets you quickly create, record and store the guitar sounds you hear in your head.
Fine tune your sound on the way in with Sono’s 3 band analogue EQ and add body to your heavy tones or that extra bit of sparkle to your clean tones. Sono teamed up with Two notes to bring you their renowned Torpedo Power Amp Modelling and Cab Simulation built straight into Sono. Letting you accurately emulate the sound and process of miking a guitar or bass cabinet in a professional recording studio all from your desktop. Pick and choose from a wide range of guitar and bass cabs models and play through or record classics such as the Marshall 4x12, Fender 2x12, Ampeg 8x10 and many more.
No live room or extensive cab & mic collection? No problem! Customise everything from the room type, microphone model and placement and even stylistic tone control such as vintage and modern all from your computer. Once you find a tone you love, store up to 3 presets on board Sono and start recording your favourite tones right away, practice without the need for a laptop or even take 3 amps with you on stage!
Don’t let latency get in the way of your creativity. Monitor mix allows you to blend between the input signal from your guitar and DAW playback, letting you record and monitor without delay. You can also plug in your favourite reverb, delay or distortion pedals and combine your unique sound with the power of Two notes and start recording your favourite tones. Additionally, Sono provides over 20 years of analogue console design heritage on your desktop, giving you studio quality recordings with two of Audient’s renowned console mic preamps and there's no need to buy a dedicated re-amp box. Sono always records a clean D.I signal, so you can capture your performances as creativity strikes and re-amp through your favourite hardware amps later.