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Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by Goliath, Jul 16, 2004.
whats it do? (havent got around to downloading it yet)
I never even tried it.
It's plugins (vst?) for various recording software. Basically, for example....you run a dry guitar signal into Sonar 3 and run it through the virtual amps, etc....in that guitar rig. It's software ampage...basically.
Hmm.. I'll give it a whirl tonight and see what it can do.
I seen a mag review of the full version, which ships with a floorboard ( 4 footswitches & an expression pedal ) it looks pretty sweet...
You use your PC to create patches using stackable virtual amps/fx, like a customizable virtual rack setup.
( gonna have a look @ the demo )
Holy crap that sounds cool.
The clean tones are cool, but the overdrive amps sound like poo. They're on the right track though.
I have a full version of Amplitude if you want it....
I have a shitload of VST plugins...
This reminds me of the Line 6 Guitar Port a bit.
Heh, I almost bought one of those today as a toy to fuck around with. $99 at Daddy's right now.
Except I think that the GP sounds better, especially the overdriven amp models.
So the guitar port is basically just an interface? Like, plug your guitar in and all your tones are software driven?
That sounds pretty sweet for 100 beans!
Yeah except I am not sure how well it ends up interfacing with certain recording software. I haven't been able to find a lot of answers about that.