Northlane (Alien) - ToneHub Pack

Guitar and bass presets from the album Alien for the ToneHub platform.

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Northlane

Northlane are an Australian metalcore band from Sydney Australia, formed in 2009. The band have released 5 studio albums, including the latest full length titled Alien.

Pack features

We are proud to introduce the new Tonehub pack from Northlane.
This pack centers around the explosive tones and textures from their 2019, Aria award winning album ‘ALIEN’.

 Engineered by Chris Blancato, the bands fifth studio album is the culmination of a careers worth of experience in both tone crafting and song writing, which saw them move into new sonic territory to much critical acclaim.

The pack contains a total of 52 presets (45 guitar, 7 bass)

Get the Northlane pack for free with your ToneHub purchase

Included with your purchase of the ToneHub plugin, get the Northlane Preset Pack, absolutely free! Simply add this pack to your cart, along with the ToneHub plugin in the same purchase, and enter ‘STLTONEHUB’ discount code at checkout.
Note: this offer does not work in conjunction with the Rewards Program discount. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

You need the STL ToneHub Plugin in order to use this product. 

System requirements

  • Tonehub comes in 64-bit VST / AU / AAX / Standalone.
  • Latest OS Compatibility for Windows & Mac.
  • Minimum Requirements Mac OS 10.9 or Windows 7
  • Free iLok License Manager and iLok account needed.
  • No iLok usb dongle required.
  • 3 activations available per user. 

Disclaimer

All names of amps, pedals, cabinets, microphones, and other gear and/or accessory brands are trademarks owned by their respective manufacturers and are in no way affiliated with STL Tones or STL Tonehub. Product names are simply used for the purpose of identifying the hardware chain that was used to create the digital presets.