NRR-1 is a digital
emulation of a three channels tube preamplifier for
guitar. It has been developed to accurately model
its real hardware counterpart, built for Fleshgod
Apocalypse guitarist Cristiano Trionfera by Ignite
Amps, back in 2009.
The NRR-1 core circuit is mainly
based on a famous boutique preamplifier made in '88,
modded to suit Cristiano's needs in the best
- Dynamic 12AX7 / ECC83 coupled triode stages
- Three channels: clean, rhythm and lead, each
with fully separated controls.
- Mono / Stereo processing support.
- Selectable oversampling rate (up to 8x).
- Global input / output level controls.
- Double precision (64 bit) floating point
- Fully automatable controls.
Changes in Version 1.1.0:
- Added Mac VST and AU versions (32 bit).
- Improved triode model accuracy for AC
- Improved interstage circuits behaviour
during grid current flow.
- Improved DC coupled cathode follower model.
- Improved stability for bypassed cathode
- Improved logarithmic potentiometers
- Reduced CPU usage.
- Memory deallocation bug fixed.
- Minor bugs fixed.
NRR-1 v1.1.0 is now available from
the newly launched Ignite Amps webiste.
NRR-1 is freeware.