The BadHead SynthEdit module provides tube amp simulation with adjustable clipping hardness, bias, and power supply regulation. Clipping and / or crossover distortion.
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BadHead is a tube amp emulation module created to give you the best emulation of vintage AMP’s. This module is not a replica of an actual amp design, and is instead intended to add a little more realism to your productions.
BadHead is being designed with versatility in mind. With a minimalist look and interface, combined with a comprehensive set of features, it is easy to work with and versatile enough to fit a wide range of styles and needs. For what it is, it can be used with virtually any DAW you can think of, as well as standalone.
Whether you are a musician looking to give your productions a more authentic tube sound, or you are creating a corporate sound for your next animation project, BadHead will fill the sonic gap and give your productions a realistic, AMP vibe.
The BadHead SynthEdit module offers no less than 16 VU meters and over 500 presets. It has eight different emulation settings for your tube amp: midrange, bass, treble, pre-amp, power, clipping, distortion and smooth. To add to this, it also offers independent gain, level, and bass, treble, and mid controls.
BadHead is basically a tube amp emulator, but that is where the similarities to a real amp end. The BadHead unit is an emulation module, meaning it doesn’t try to replicate a tube amp design, it simply gives a representation of what it sounds like when you plug a tube into a power outlet.
To increase the realism, it can be synchronized with other modules and audio tracks via MIDI.
• 16 VU meters: Besides displaying the amount of power the amp is drawing, the BadHead module offers 4 VU meters in the front. These meters track the amp’s power supply, for clipping (or “clip”), the AMP’s midrange/bass/treble, and how much of the amplifier is being pushed into distortion (or “dist”).
• Mute: The module features a mute button, allowing the user to easily turn the amp off.
• Preset slots: The presets are accessible through the panel on the front of the module. By default, the presets are accessed by hitting the assigned preset button. To switch to a different preset, hit the preset button, and then the number button.
• Preset editor: To add or edit a preset, simply hit the edit button on the menu, and then the preset (
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BadHead is an evolution of the popular OldSchool synth with a completely new look and feel. With BadHead’s high-quality audio processing for analog signal processing, the original objective is to offer a full range analog emulation of tube amplifier sounds.
Wow! This isn’t a pre-press demo. I’m testing this and the BadHead module and it’s absolutely amazing! You can really hear the difference between the BadHead (Nice Tube) and the BadHead (Good Tube) on both the Vermona Basica and the Roland VG-8. As you can see from the video demo, I created a song with my virtual kit using the Roland VG-8. I simulated the tube amplifier tone using the BadHead module (tube emulation) and for the rest of the kit, I used the original Roland VG-8 module. I liked the tube emulation so much that I had to create a different kit using the Roland VG-8 to create a song with the old style vibe.
I’ll try to show you the difference between BadHead (nice tube) and BadHead (Good Tube) in a video demo in the next couple of days. I think most people that give BadHead a try will be very impressed by the results. Because of the high quality emulation, the BadHead module sounds as if you had your own tube amp rig in the studio. I’ve seen so many love it…
BadHeadTubes is a simulation of a tube amplifier using 16 op-amp tube stages with an overall gain of -25dB.
Only a small number of modules in the CMI SuperAnalog module range have an audio path that uses the 16 stage tube simulation… the rest of the modules use a higher number of stages. With a configuration of the Roland VG-8 emulating Roland’s VG-8 analog synth as a starting point, I used three modular synthesizers to create a song. One with the original Roland VG-8 and two with the Roland VG-8 emulating the BadHeadTubes. As you can hear, the difference in sound is quite dramatic.
In the video demo, I’ve turned down the tube simulation emulation gain to increase the quality of the overall audio. Please, watch the video demo! I think the audio quality difference between the VG-8 and BadHead is easily discernible at any volume
Improved signal flow, signal-to-noise ratio, and Tube Amp Distortion
Added a ‘test-only’ Gain knob and Reverb
Added a ‘New’ button to enter AMP simulation mode
Load the next available audio file.
Load the last audio file (Ctrl + L)
Load the ‘default.ac3’ audio file (Ctrl + L).
Load a ‘.wav’ file (Ctrl + L)
Load a ‘.aiff’ file (Ctrl + L)
“Show” the currently selected row in the grid.
“Show” and “Hide” the grid (Ctrl + F2).
“Show” and “Hide” the Color scheme wheel (Ctrl + F3).
Save the currently selected audio file.
Save the last audio file
Toggle AMP simulation
Transpose the currently selected row by N
Decrease the currently selected row number by N
Increase the currently selected row number by N
Remove the currently selected row (Delete button)
Create and open a copy of the currently selected audio file (Ctrl + R)
Save the currently selected ‘.flac’ audio file (Ctrl + S).
Save the currently selected ‘.aiff’ audio file (Ctrl + S).
Save the currently selected ‘.wav’ audio file (Ctrl + S).
Mark all unsaved copies of the currently selected audio file (Ctrl + K)
To set the audio loudness, scroll to the right, click and set the Loudness to the desired level.
To set the audio volume, scroll to the right, click and set the Volume to the desired level.
To select a different audio file, use the Ctrl + L keyboard shortcut, or right-click and select the audio file from the File Browser.
Be sure to select the same format if you want to compare the currently selected audio file with the new audio file.
Click and drag the currently selected audio file.
Click and drag the new audio file from the File Browser.
Click and drag a file that is not open in the Audio Player and place the file in the Location box. (You can also drag and drop a folder from the folder icon to the Location box.)
Click and drag files that are not open in the Audio Player and place them into
What’s New In BadHead?
BadHead is designed as a pure tube amp simulation, using the most advanced and powerful simulation technology available.
In addition to tube amp simulation, it features a crossover distortion and can be configured to use either balanced outputs or unbalanced inputs. A separate input and output module are also available to facilitate this.
The CDM synth engine is powerful and flexible, and can be used alone or as an effect for complex processing and fx.
BadHead features a powerful 2 operator fully mutable oscillator, and a powerful 2 operator 2×4 complex synethd engine.
Audio section features include mixers, eq, amp, compressor and dynamics.
The module contains all the features you would expect for a stereo amp simulation module including a tube input and output, a power supply phase inverter / differential amplifier, buffered inputs and outputs, and front panel controls.
Modular, Compact and Scalable Design
The BadHead is a fully modular design. If you only need one stereo synth module, why not make it modular? If you get two modules, that’s 10 x 10 dollars. That’s right, you can buy a complete synth at a discount price, then split it across two modules to get a cheaper synth.
Either use the built in audio fx, or move up to a complete fx / amp package with more powerful and flexible modules.
In the long run you will save money.
As BadHead is modular, you can grow or shrink your system as your needs change.
Stereo Tubestudio Style Midi
The BadHead module provides fully functional stereo midi 1 and 2 ports, direct or via the audio fx module. In addition, the module can be configured to either act as a midi cable, or a pure audio FX module without a midi connection.
Auto convert/un-convert midi to audio or vice versa.
Configurable sample clock:
Internal 44.1 and 48k clock
Internal / External clock from another module
Internal / External clock from a standard SyncIn / SyncOut via midi
Midi Channel convert Fader NOTE (L to R)
Midi channel convert Channel 1
Midi channel convert Channel 2
Midi Channel convert Channel 3
Midi Channel convert Channel 4
Midi Channel convert Channel 5
Midi channel convert Channel 6
Midi channel convert Channel 7
Midi channel convert Channel 8
Midi channel convert
OS X 10.7 or newer (other operating systems support are being tested, please report any problems on our bug tracker)
64-bit Intel processor
2GB RAM (1GB recommended)
Intel HD 4000 card (GeForce GT 650M or Radeon HD 6670M)
1024×768 or higher resolution
Microsoft Windows 7 or newer
Linux kernel 3.0