Two notes Audio Engineering is the brainchild of Dr. Guillaume Pille, a passionate musician who graduated from Montpellier University in 2005. During Guillaume’s time at University (where he spent his rare spare time recording, gigging and engineering bands) he had become frustrated with having a great tube amp, an ENGL, but not being able to use it to its full potential – and that is before he started to think about recording guitar tones or engineering other bands. Guillaume understood that this was a common problem faced by many – they just wanted to open their amp up but don’t have the opportunity to do so. Guillaume’s passion for music and tone drove him to develop the product he needed to ‘open his amp up’ fully.
Guillaume: “There was nothing available so I just decided to design what I needed. Digital processing was getting so good… with the consistency and flexibility and, most importantly, the quality of tones it could produce, I saw that my vision of controlling and using a tube amp to its full potential was still some distance away, but I could see how to get it closer.”
Two notes Audio Engineering pioneered the concept of a digital load box in 2008. Central to the success of the Torpedo series is the transparency and feel of their analog reactive load boxes.