I use the B15 model ever other week on demos. Though, I'm a Fender guy as it is so no surprise there. If you want to dive right in, check out our selection of. Do you think the difference in sound has to do with input levels or something? But I still prefer S-Gear. We are announcing a new policy that will hopefully simplify and ease the tension for every member of The Gear Page.
Amplitube has a ton of presets, though be warned, most of them will be locked since they're dependent on the gear you own. Atomic seems to feel this way too based on their pricing. I like working on them better than pushing little buttons and scrolling through screens of text on the small blue screen of my Kemp. These include, but are not limited to, removing content and even access to the forum. They have all been great! As a guitar guy since '63, I've been sorted of glued to Fender amps and pedals.
Each one is modeled at the component level with meticulous attention to detail. Company has small staff, big aspirations. The problem is with meeting the expectations of the musicians on the stage because a monitor on the floor or in your ear will simply not sound like a stack behind you. Helix does look very yummy. The steps up your game by including full access to an entire suite of AmpliTube goodies including the Jimi Hendrix and Slash apps. Getting good amp tone in an apartment was a different journey. I know this will no be a popular stance here; and seems like a contradiction to the above.
I'm a visual guy and I prefer to see the amps, cabs, pedals and mics even if it's nothing more than eye candy. I plug the bass and head phones into the iRig, then I plug the iRig into my Mac or iPad or iPhone. Or anyone know what software on the desktop it's equivalent to? The amp models are just ordinary at most generous. Though I have the full Amplitube, I usually just grab the Fender sim and it is almost always a close approximation of what I hear in my head. The best music is a collaborative effort. I thought I had something to contribute, when I started. It's a good collection, but I'd wait for a sale.
I liked each of them for some things but hated them all for some things. If A4 is not fitting my mix the way I would like, then S-Gear usually does. Beats out Amplitube in all categories except as mentioned in the Amplitube section below. Different tools for different jobs. Redesigned Workflow for Easier, More Productive Recording Sessions Redesigned user interface includes a new preset manager that makes it easy to organize and rapidly search, recall and preview your favorite pedalboard setups. That sim sounds like it has flat batteries! Amplitube almost seems like a black hole with all the options - but I assume it has a lot of presets etc.
Latest Googling says there are some issues there. Other than the stand alone issue, I have to say I like some of what I hear so far. As I've said, Amplitube Fender is my go to, starting with the Twin, so good. Having gotten back into recording after some years away, computers are much more powerful, and the sims have improved. I finally got a chance to try the Amplitube Mesa Boogie out properly.
I'd like to be able to load a bias amp into JamUp and then also use bias as an iaa and load then both into the tone stack signal chain. Hell, in the speed department, my phone out-guns the 4 year old desktop machine currently collecting dust in the living room. Also, I'm most concerned with a handful of core tones, and my amps get those. They both have their uses, depending on the situation. When will the blighters let us be? I would prefer to use only one amp sim. In reality, there are only 7 steps you need to go through if you want your mixes to sound professional. I'm really happy, I tried the demo and then decided to have it, the sounds are so good.
Over 200 new factory pedalboard presets created by world-renowned artists, studio engineers and session players get your mojo cranking. And when it comes to trying crazy things, being creative and exploring, Guitar Rig and Amplitube are hard to beat. The two products do sound different. Ultimately, I'm finding myself doing no-amp-sim stuff, which works a lot better than I thought it would. No one has mentioned any of these options. Forget loading individual files—just select a custom Celestion cab and start moving virtual mics around. I use them often for rhythm electric guitar as well as bass and steel guitar.
Do I get the upgrade path price? I prefer Amplitube for a number of reasons, not the least of which is their models don't put master volumes on amps that don't have them in real life. Not just for recording, I've gigged with it as well. Do they put the same models on iphone. I assume then I'd need to run 64 bit Mixcraft? Unfortunately for me, I use the expanded OctaCapture ins for guitars. I've used the LePou's, and they're decent, but that's not my style, really.