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Huargo
post Jul 16 2014, 02:41 PM
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hi!
i've just discover this web: http://reamping-online.com/
i'll give a try.....

In this web you can use a kemper to reamp a signal of your guitar....
The test it's free and you only pay if you transfer your wav di file to the reamp file...

anyone?


cheers!



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Gabriel Leopardi
post Jul 16 2014, 03:29 PM
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This is an awesome idea! I'll try this. Thanks for sharing! smile.gif


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Todd Simpson
post Jul 17 2014, 01:15 AM
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NICE!!! I can't wait to see the AXE FX reamping online as well smile.gif Only a matter of time eh? Very cool stuff!

QUOTE (huargo @ Jul 16 2014, 09:41 AM) *
hi!
i've just discover this web: http://reamping-online.com/
i'll give a try.....

In this web you can use a kemper to reamp a signal of your guitar....
The test it's free and you only pay if you transfer your wav di file to the reamp file...

anyone?


cheers!



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Huargo
post Jul 20 2014, 07:53 AM
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First test with the service.
The first tests are positive understanding that a service is in beta.
  The interface is simple but limited. you can choose stompboxes in pro mode but no delays. The list of amplifiers is limited and there is no sound samples to see how it would sound before choosing... but the web allows you to test different configurations before you download and listen to a backing track in the option pro.
I make a noisy take of my guitar playing a version of andy's collab take(one of my fav alltime!). i put the di file, the reamp , and the mix with a little delay added.
i use the 1978 marshall mark II lead in the first preset all in default....

i think sounds great!. Now it's a free service... i don't know how it will cost but sounds amazing!!!

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Todd Simpson
post Jul 22 2014, 07:48 AM
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I tried it today and it's pretty darn cool smile.gif Lots of profiles to choose from and you can manually control the settings/dials with a online flash interface!

Here is a screen grab of the dials.
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And here are some of the amp models.
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QUOTE (huargo @ Jul 20 2014, 02:53 AM) *
First test with the service.
The first tests are positive understanding that a service is in beta.
  The interface is simple but limited. you can choose stompboxes in pro mode but no delays. The list of amplifiers is limited and there is no sound samples to see how it would sound before choosing... but the web allows you to test different configurations before you download and listen to a backing track in the option pro.
I make a noisy take of my guitar playing a version of andy's collab take(one of my fav alltime!). i put the di file, the reamp , and the mix with a little delay added.
i use the 1978 marshall mark II lead in the first preset all in default....

i think sounds great!. Now it's a free service... i don't know how it will cost but sounds amazing!!!



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post Jul 22 2014, 08:23 AM
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QUOTE (huargo @ Jul 20 2014, 08:53 AM) *
First test with the service.
The first tests are positive understanding that a service is in beta.
  The interface is simple but limited. you can choose stompboxes in pro mode but no delays. The list of amplifiers is limited and there is no sound samples to see how it would sound before choosing... but the web allows you to test different configurations before you download and listen to a backing track in the option pro.
I make a noisy take of my guitar playing a version of andy's collab take(one of my fav alltime!). i put the di file, the reamp , and the mix with a little delay added.
i use the 1978 marshall mark II lead in the first preset all in default....

i think sounds great!. Now it's a free service... i don't know how it will cost but sounds amazing!!!


Nice!! .. thanks for making me feel a tiny bit like a Rockstar for covering my collab solo laugh.gif




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post Jul 23 2014, 06:36 AM
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QUOTE (wrk @ Jul 22 2014, 07:23 AM) *
Nice!! .. thanks for making me feel a tiny bit like a Rockstar for covering my collab solo laugh.gif



jajaja
still working on it... cool.gif


Todd share some files man... i want to hear that mesa roar!

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post Jul 23 2014, 11:15 AM
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Here is a DI track from FLUFF recorded with BAREKNUCKLE JUGGERNAUTS. It's a really clean DI track. Give it a whirl!!

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jajaja
still working on it... cool.gif


Todd share some files man... i want to hear that mesa roar!



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