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List of guitar ampsim software

Discussion in 'Backline' started by ahjteam, Nov 4, 2009.

  1. Robert W

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    For amp sims you might want to try these,

    Aradaz Amp 2 Green
    http://aradaz.blogspot.com/2008/06/aradaz-amp-2-green-release.html

    and BTE's Juicy 77
    http://www.bteaudio.com/software/Juicy77/Juicy77.html

    I found these two amp sims respond very nicely to KaltHallen Studio's T75 cab sims,
    http://www.guitarampmodeling.com/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=15844

    and with Let it burn's Orange 4x12 v30 impulses
    http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/equipment/376985-my-orange-4x12-v30-impulses.html

    I've been able to achieve some very nice vintage sounding tones using various combinations of these amps and cabs

    Also, try KeFIR as your impulse loader. For some reason I get much better results using it than I do with LeCab.
     
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    Mashreef New Metal Member

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    Nobody mentioned about the X50 or X40 :O :O WTF?
     
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    My mixing sucks, but this is by far my favorite amp sim out there so far!!!! TSE X50
     
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    guyz I have read all these 5 pages and as i can see there is basically not so much choice for iOS/RTAS users. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance :kickass:
     
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    RTAS no idea, but for iOS I would say that Bias is the best sounding ampsim.
     
  8. MetalSir

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    Umh.. I need something to use with ProTools.. Do you process the guitars trough Bias and then import em into ProTools?
     
  9. Jan___

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    Ah, sorry man, I thought you were asking about iOS and RTAS separately so I gave an iOS option hoping someone else would chime in on the RTAS.

    If ultimately you want to run in Pro Tools I would suggest going for something native and not separately running through your iPad or something.

    Since X50 doesn't do RTAS as far as I know, I would recommend IK Amplitube, and specifically the ENGL Powerball or the SLO 100 model. Those are really good. In terms of cabs in Amplitube, the Closed Modern 2 and Metal T1 cabs are pretty cool. Or you could go with external IRs but that's a whole 'nother can of worms.
     
  10. MetalSir

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    ok, this is a DAMN GOOD news! :kickass:
    I have been using amplitube metal on my win DAW. It was an old version, the first release i think, and it was nothing good. I mean, It was like 7 or 8 years ago, so maybe I'd need to give to amplitube an second chance.
    Are you talking about amplitube metal or just amplitube 3?
     
  11. Jan___

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    No clue whether these amps are included in Amplitube Metal now, but they ARE among the newer ones, so definitely newer than 7 or 8 yeras old. I run Amplitube Custom Shop and just bought a bunch of amps "a la carte", which is also what I would recommend. Cheers
     
  12. MetalSir

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    I was thinking to get the Custom Shop version too. I was reading that you have some free amps to use? I mean, there is something useful included in the free version or I'll need to buy everything?
    I have read about the 72h full demo, too. that's amazing.
    :kickass:
     
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    Sorry man, don't remember what's included in terms of free amps. Maybe just demo it?
     
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    tks man, I'll do it definitely! :kickass:
     
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    Just found this on my youtube favs.


    so, please add the Rosen Digital to the main list. :kickass:
     
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    Very interesting list of free amp-sims from some Russian guy. Amps include Krank Revolution, Krankenstein, 6505, Dual Recto, Engl Invader, JCM800 etc.

    To me these sound great but I wonder what some of you guys with your mixing magic could do with these.
     
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    Does anyone here know a good Roland JC-120 emulation?
     
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    I tried some of the Taranov sims. They all sound quite good, but I'm not so sure about the way the EQs and other knobs are modeled/simulated. The optimal sound for all of his sims is with everytning at noon, gain, low, mid, high, etc. Everything at noon. And they are very sensitive. You turn a knob by a small amount and it changes a lot the tone. It doesn't behave at all like the real amp.

    I have an Invader and I was super excited about finding an Invader sim, but in the end it is not quite what I was hoping for.
     
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