I added in another version with my new Boss Katana, and it was really close to the 5150, but he said he liked the 5150 just slightly more. There is a better way. They both have their uses, depending on the situation. It's just not that good from my experience. After checking your weblink, I think our products could meet your request of expand product line. Is that really the case for studio sounds and recording? Since I don't have the pro versions most of the user contributed presets don't work for me and I haven't found a way to filter the ones that would work with my versions.
I'm sure that's all coming. Amplitube has a ton of presets, though be warned, most of them will be locked since they're dependent on the gear you own. I thought S-Gear was good but for the price I felt like this was a better deal overall for my needs. I'm hoping my Helix rack sounds great and looking forward to it! If you have not checked it out Rob, it really is worth a look. Even if I want to play something besides metal. But for lead guitar, neither the Vox or Matchless sims come close to the sound of my Bad Cat. People are generally amazed I'm not using a fancier setup.
The modelers Jim talks about are darn close to the real thing, but the software sims are still lacking a bit to my ears. If you search for optimizing Mac or whatever device you end up using I the end for recording you'll find a pretty good list of things to check on. Want access to famous classic and modern amplifiers and effects, right at your fingertips? Celestion drivers have been used for killer guitar tones on more classic songs than any other brand. Isn't it an ex-Marshall guy who produced it? Also the only guitar app that has reliable pitch shifting that doesn't do horrible tracking artifacts. Most live gigs though will use Helix only. Failing to follow this guideline will result in a thread removal.
Most reviews you'll see involve the high gain amps Peavey 5153, Orange, etc. You haven't lived until you've taken the Rorschach. However, the company are scumbags, and their business model should not be supported. Over 200 new factory pedalboard presets created by world-renowned artists, studio engineers and session players get your mojo cranking. And it still doesn't match S-Gear. I also have Guitar Rig 5 that gets limited use and I demoed S-Gear, which I really liked but never pulled the trigger on. You can easily get a perfectly good sound that your listeners would never know the difference.
I Play with simulators, only. Could also be a bit too much amp sag. The head following sounds better. In the end, it doesn't really matter. I also like that there are no In-App Purchases. I think overall I like this the best but I don't like thinking about always being tempted to buy a new package of amps. Or use the snapshots to instantly re-amp when switching from a crunchy rhythm guitar part to a soaring lead solo and back again.
I cannot for the life of me get a good tight djenty tone from Bias and Jamup. Bias just stands out a tad above the others to me. Sometimes much easier than starting from scratch. New sounds inspire new riffs and songs. Visit our Wiki to view the full breakdown of what each is for. With the iPad version, it sounds good and as I would expect. They mix the audio really well in those videos, in reality it doesn't sound nearly as great to jam on.
Forget swapping out real guitars in the studio to record the next track, or grabbing another guitar onstage for the next song. I tried for a while, but since I am a broke-ass dude, too many good freeware pluggies are 32-bit only legacy and Synthedit. The bias fx seem to be getting the job done, but all the comparisons i hear between the two of them really make the axe fx sound much better. That sim sounds like it has flat batteries! It works like the real thing, no wonder it sounds and feels like the real thing. I have Line 6 Pod Farm 2. Does anyone have experience with this issue? This opens up a world of possibilities and gives you that much more control over your tone.
As same as you,tonestack is more better my Aum Signal chain goes sometimes. In Europe market, we are working with many distributors. I absolutely loved the Drives and Boosts, do they all sound great? I can download a tone, and then tweak it to what I want. I, however, have no idea how that sounds since I just use the ipad version. I can download a tone, and then tweak it to what I want. Each one is modeled at the component level with meticulous attention to detail. What you need to invest on, are Impulse responses.
I use the Fender Slide interface and it has stereo 3. I suspect it runs just fine on an Air 2. It did sound extremely awesome in my studio but i felt stupid for having it bought 2 months before the axe 3 was announced so i sold it in anticipation for something much better. Didn't think much of Amplitube. I think, really I'm right. Probably in a home studio of some sort.
If you would like to be considered for our whitelist, message the mods! Nothing sounded all that great when I compared it to Jam Up pro and Bias. I'm looking at the Fender 2 but wonder how different the tweeds can be from the original Fender package? It takes years of hard work for most people. I have a Rack and Control on order and can't wait for them to arrive! It's way ahead of other iPad amp sims, and the only one I've tried that gets close to a Tweed sound. A high-end collection of all-new and revamped racks adds unparalleled depth and width to your guitar and bass sounds. My recording space is much smaller that originally anticipated. New Harmonizer, Fuzz and Time modelers take your recordings and live performances beyond ordinary limits.