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post Sep 10 2015, 10:17 AM
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http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/ampli...p?pp=at4cs-info


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post Sep 10 2015, 10:30 AM
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Hmm very little time devoted to actually showing us how it sounds, very suspicious!! Maybe sound is not the selling point here?


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post Sep 10 2015, 11:48 AM
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Gossip I heard was it would be released months later but obviously that was wrong. Right after the mesa release...not cool to me as feels they're trying to empty customers pockets too aggressive...anyway;

-They do release new versions (british) of previous releases so I guess some improvement is going on with amp quality...

-Customers disliked cab.s the most, seems thats the most work they did to please them. The speaker change option was actually introduced with an amp sim. called Vandal years ago, I still use it as feels easier to tweak than surfing cab. ir's. If the free version offers enough options I'll definitely try.

-Additions like using post fix as pre (like rack fx as stomp or stomps as rack unit), new tuner,looper etc. are always cool but it might start to feel bloated for hobbyists...like the mixer thing is really a professional approach but it can also be very confusing for some too...

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post Sep 10 2015, 12:13 PM
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ok makes sense about the cabs, to me that's the most important part of the chain. Thanks for the insights!


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post Sep 10 2015, 05:19 PM
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The flexibility on being able to put four different speakers on one cab seems cool smile.gif It does look like it's getting a bit complex though for most folks. That's a fine line to walk between features and complexity. I've always had fun with the amplitude products smile.gif But the last version I put down money for was AMPLITUDE METAL simply because it was the only sim at the time I could find with "adequate" gain. It was a $200 plugin at the time. Then I found OVERLOUD TH2 and sorta quit using everything else including GUITAR RIG, which was my main plugin for years.

I do look forward to trying it though smile.gif I wonder if the cab section would be good enough to justify using on its own on by feeding signal from another plugin? I also wonder if they will release it as a sort of stand alone IR thing. hmm. Probably not. Still looking forward to testing it smile.gif


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post Oct 31 2015, 08:02 AM
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Its out; http://www.ikmultimedia.com/news/?item_id=7432

Customshop version seems not to have anything changed, if anyone bothers to download let me know if there is smile.gif


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