IK Multimedia Amplitube Features Key:

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AmpliTube 5 - IK Multimedia

Key Features. FREE version of AmpliTube with 42 models including 10 stompbox FX and 5 amps with matching cabs. Mac/Win standalone and plug-in AAX, VST and AU with native compatibility for 64-bit applications and operating systems. More models can be added à la carte using Gear Credits or regular currency. Includes officially authorized.

IK Multimedia Amplitube Features Key:
If you can give the user control over which mic preamps they would prefer for their amps/cabinets/speakers, that would be righteous!A dime Marshall will sound different via an API pre vs say, a Neve pre, right? If you can give the user control over which mic preamps they would prefer for their amps/cabinets/speakers, that would be righteous!A dime Marshall will sound different via an API pre vs say, a Neve pre, right? All you have to do is drop a rack that models a classic preamp after a cab.Although, currently, there’s only one classic preamp available in Ampli Tube (EQ 81), so it would be, indeed, nice to bring more of these from T-Racks. If you can give the user control over which mic preamps they would prefer for their amps/cabinets/speakers, that would be righteous!Although, currently, there’s only one classic preamp available in Ampli Tube (EQ 81), so it would be, indeed, nice to bring more of these from T-Racks.Yeah but then you would be getting a hybrid of 2 preamps: the first would be whatever the engineers used in the studio to capture the sound and the second would be the one you are choosing from T-Racks As opposed to a pure signal of guitar - sound capture To be honest, I find it a bit strange that there's nothing in the documentation about this (nothing on what mic pres were used to capture sound)...I've tried asking here on the forum but no answer either Might be asking too much, BUT.....If you can give the user control over which mic preamps they would prefer for their amps/cabinets/speakers, that would be righteous!I've tried asking here on the forum but no answer either I am not an expert in the signal flow of pre-digital audio recording, but I would guess that -- after the microphone(s) on the cab -- there would be mic preamp(s) that flowed into an analogue console, thence to tape ...and then back from that tape, through the console again to yet more tape when mixing ...

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