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Todd Simpson
post May 19 2012, 02:53 AM
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I know that only a few folks here use Guitar Plugins, and some folks are still working on getting an audio interface, but at the risk of adding yet another plugin to the mix I wanted to share JAMVOX!

I recently got a VOX multi pedal and found JAMVOX which is like AMPLITUDE and is a guitar plugin for DAW or Stand Alone use. It's got an entirely different sound/feel from any of my other guitar plugins, as does the vox pedal. I"m very very very new to vintage style tones and of course had to make a METAL patch! smile.gif

Jamvox lets you share patches online and the demo is free to try so here is my first custom patch! Give it a shot if you can. It's a handy bit of kit!

http://www.voxamps.com/jamvox/

Attached File  TODD_CRAZY_CHUNK_1.jvg.zip ( 1.1K ) Number of downloads: 239


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Mac or PC compatible Guitar Studio software
Drag & Drop interface allows quick creation of a customized rig
19 Amp models, from vintage to high-gain.
o Virtual Valve Reactor delivers spot-on recreations of the original amp design
12 Speaker cabinet models; combine your favorite amp & cabinet
57 Effect models accurately emulate the originals
o 18 Pedal type effects (Compressor, Wah, etc.)
o 12 Modulation style effects (Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, etc.)
o 11 Delay effects, including modeled analog tape echo, multi-head delay, etc.
o 15 Reverb type effects plus Noise Reduction
GXT III Guitar XTraktion removes (or isolates) the guitar from nearly any recording; allowing performers to play along in place of their guitar heroes
Improved full-screen interface
Access to JamVOX-online.com
Movie Recording mode for critiquing your own practice sessions
Plug-in (AU, VST) abilities; 64-Bit native support

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post May 19 2012, 03:28 AM
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Todd, you really need to get Redwirez IR's. Even the best guitar plugin cant emulate even a half of the quality of those IR's. It makes GR, Overloud, Amplitube, and Revalver REALLY Shine.
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post May 19 2012, 06:23 AM
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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ May 18 2012, 10:28 PM) *
Todd, you really need to get Redwirez IR's. Even the best guitar plugin cant emulate even a half of the quality of those IR's. It makes GR, Overloud, Amplitube, and Revalver REALLY Shine.


I think I may be using them? I've got wads of IR's that you linked to. But if not, I"m certainly open to good IRs I don't have yet smile.gif


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post May 19 2012, 01:49 PM
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These you have to pay for, I just bought them. They are $125.00 for the whole thing but definitely worth it! You can also buy them by cab and such, and the more you buy the cheaper they are. The first is like $9.00, and by the time you buy 25, each one only cost about $1.00

http://redwirez.com/products.jsp

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