VST Gitarren Amp plugin

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VST Gitarren Amp plugin

#1 Beitragvon bandit » 29. Mai 2004, 04:32

Yo, keine Ahnung ob hier jemand so was benutzt oder weiss was das ist [img]http://www.ndh.net/home/welling/smiley-001.gif
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Habe so ein virtuelles Gitarren amp plugin entwickelt. Um es zu benutzen braucht man allerdings eine Host Anwendung die vst plugins unterstützt und das am besten in Echtzeit. Das wären dann so Sachen wie cubase, samplitude, sonar... Es gibt aber auch freie Alternativen wie Kristal, zu finden hier .
Wer damit was anfangen kann es ja mal antesten und mir feedback geben [img]http://www.ndh.net/home/welling/smiley-003.gif
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Achtung: Das Teil kann durchaus noch ein paar bugs haben....

Runterladen kann man es hier:
TubeBaby Amp Sim

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Re: VST Gitarren Amp plugin

#2 Beitragvon Guest » 29. Mai 2004, 18:37

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Re: VST Gitarren Amp plugin

#3 Beitragvon Knox » 29. Mai 2004, 18:40

hatte nicht irgeneine band sowas gesucht ich weis nur nicht mehr wers war [img]http://www.ndh.net/home/welling/smiley-015.gif
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Re: VST Gitarren Amp plugin

#4 Beitragvon Guest » 1. Juni 2004, 02:41

boa, hast ja super kritiken im cakewalkforum gekriegt .... spitze!!! [img]http://www.ndh.net/home/welling/smiley-014.gif
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I've downloaded it and have spent the last few minutes trying it out. I liked it very much. No-nonsense, good range of sounds and doesn't put a heavy load on the CPU.
I compared its performance against other amp sims (Warp VST included) and this stands its ground with all of them. It uses less CPU power than Warp on the 'Plexi' setting and it's simple to tweak. 'Nuff said!


I have just spent the last 15 minutes playing the Beavis and Butthead theme on this thing... wonderful!!! You certainly give the others a run for their money!


Woohoo just gave my fingers a much needed workout!!! Thanks again!


I just have to play with this little beauty again, it really is that good. Thanks for posting the link.


Thanks. I've tried it in Sonar 2.2 & 3.1 & Cubase and it works just fine in all of them. YeeeeHaaaaah!


Ok, haven't had any problems with it, but I consider myself a guitar tone snob so I figured I'd offer you some advice on the sound.

The Good: It sounds like a tube amp and does clean sounds very well. These are both extremely important and this certainly does the job in that respect.

The Bad: The distortions are extremely fizzy and harsh, even on my strat set to the bridge position. Mic'd guitar cabs, especially with that much distortion just never produce that much high end. Perhaps it's the kind of cabinet sim you're using. What I found worked out fairly well was turning the treble down to 2, and the presence down to 0. This helped enough to the point where putting some EQ on afterwards was all that was required. Also Tubebaby's EQ seems almost too responsive. The frequencies they're set to may even be a bit to high. Remember that electric guitar cabs have a rolloff at around 6-7k and that presence knobs are usually set to boost at around 5k. I'd try finding some settings that weren't so drastic and still gave you the right amount of tone shaping abilities.

Suggestions: You may want to consider creating a two channel version of this amp, one a clean channel which would start to breakup lightly with the drive or volume at around 6 or 8 or so, and another distorted channel. It'd also be nice to have a channel volume on top of and seperate than the master volume. This would let you drive the amp harder without effecting the overall output volume.

Anyway as far as sound goes those are my suggestions, even at this state though, this will definately be staying in my plug-ins folder as I'm sure I'll find plenty of use for this. Just the clean sounds alone will warrant it's staying as next to Amplitube I've yet to hear any plug-in do clean electric guitar sounds as good as this.

BTW if you want anything else from me or want me to elaborate on some stuff, or even post some MP3s or anything, just drop me a line at the same name I use here at AOL (don't want any spammers getting any easy e-mail address).


edit / ps. und der letzte is ja nur neidisch .... :-)

yo, man! das nenn ich ma ne positive resonanz .... der mann is supi !!!!!
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Re: VST Gitarren Amp plugin

#5 Beitragvon Knox » 1. Juni 2004, 02:51

kann das mal wer ins deutsche übersetzen
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Re: VST Gitarren Amp plugin

#6 Beitragvon Guest » 1. Juni 2004, 02:53

in deutsch und kurzfassung : die leute haben dat proggi getestet und finden es gut :-)

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Re: VST Gitarren Amp plugin

#7 Beitragvon bandit » 27. Juni 2004, 05:56

Yo, neue version ab sofort hier verfügbar:

http://www.ndzeit.de/guitar/tubebaby_v.0.2.zip

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