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post Nov 23 2015, 09:40 PM
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http://overloud.com/products/th3.php



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post Nov 24 2015, 01:16 AM
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FINALLY!!!



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post Nov 24 2015, 10:45 AM
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Ooh, might have to check out the demo. David Walliman is a great presenter, I think he could convince me to buy anything rolleyes.gif


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post Nov 24 2015, 04:49 PM
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I'm not very into this software but if you guys say it's good I'll give it a try.



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post Nov 25 2015, 01:07 AM
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The trick is to hit it hard with enough level/signal when using the distorted/high gain sounds. But not so much you over power it. If you find the right balance, it's just unbeatable IMHO for high gain stuff smile.gif

However, I don't think I needed 3GB of new graphics? That just sounds like a waste of space. sad.gif

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I'm not very into this software but if you guys say it's good I'll give it a try.


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post Nov 25 2015, 10:18 PM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Nov 25 2015, 12:07 AM) *
However, I don't think I needed 3GB of new graphics? That just sounds like a waste of space. sad.gif

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I guess its made to adjust ipad's later on, lots of complaints though cause of too much dragging the screen...


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post Nov 25 2015, 11:01 PM
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I get that ipads have crazy high resolution now. Seems to be the only feature they can add to the ipads now smile.gif

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I guess its made to adjust ipad's later on, lots of complaints though cause of too much dragging the screen...


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post Dec 2 2015, 09:27 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3ohxhDK0-U



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post Dec 4 2015, 01:18 AM
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I finally talked to the guys at Th3 and got a copy to play with so I'm going to be using it and making some vids and such. Good pull on this one mertay! That guy has a HUGE collection of gear.

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post Dec 4 2015, 03:18 AM
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Looking forward to your review of it. After watching that video, I guess that guy has never heard a noise gate before smile.gif.

I've been using TH3 the past week and I'm impressed. The cabinet emulations are much improved. The interface still needs work though, and it's still missing things. For example (just like the Helix), it lacks a profiling/tone match feature that the AxeFX and Kemper have. But I'll be using it more than I used TH2.




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post Dec 5 2015, 03:56 AM
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By the way, in the review above, PixxyLixx speculates that many of the new amp models are simply models that were embedded inside the TH2 amp in TH2. That's not true..there really are 21 new amp models, although 3 of them are bass amps. The new Engl and Bogner models are quite nice.

One thing that was lost between TH2 and TH3 is smart controls. That was one of the best features of TH2, but it's gone in TH3.

The GUI is different in TH3, but that's still a weak point for Overloud. Be prepared to do a lot of mousing.


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post Dec 5 2015, 04:41 AM
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Hope they put the smart controls back for sure smile.gif I typically use staged noise gates in my TH2 patches so we shall see in Th3 but the guy in the review seemed to let the noise just rip. The main gate knob is what I start with then add at least one gate/expander if not two, each at a different setting. At really high gain, the noise that any sim produces can be extreme so getting a good handle on noise gates is important.

Pixxlixx guy has a massive guitar and amp collection. Evidently, he doesn't own any gates smile.gif hehehe.

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By the way, in the review above, PixxyLixx speculates that many of the new amp models are simply models that were embedded inside the TH2 amp in TH2. That's not true..there really are 21 new amp models, although 3 of them are bass amps. The new Engl and Bogner models are quite nice.

One thing that was lost between TH2 and TH3 is smart controls. That was one of the best features of TH2, but it's gone in TH3.

The GUI is different in TH3, but that's still a weak point for Overloud. Be prepared to do a lot of mousing.


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post Dec 5 2015, 09:26 AM
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QUOTE (Rammikin @ Dec 5 2015, 02:56 AM) *
By the way, in the review above, PixxyLixx speculates that many of the new amp models are simply models that were embedded inside the TH2 amp in TH2. That's not true..there really are 21 new amp models, although 3 of them are bass amps. The new Engl and Bogner models are quite nice.


He shared another video only covering the new ones. I'm not really a fan of his reviews as can be seen they're too "on the fly" prepared, so I never expect to hear stuff thats already obvious.

It seems the chat is rather slowly growing on the web as usually things explode and fade fast, which is good! seems these guys needs a lot of reviews to get the word out of such release properly.


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post Dec 6 2015, 04:36 PM
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Yes, it's surprising TH3 hasn't drawn more attention. I suppose that shows how competitive the market has become.

When we released Omnisphere 2 earlier this year, it drew a lot of attention, but that's because we established a reputation years ago. I can't imagine how someone starting out today would get a new music software release noticed.


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post Dec 7 2015, 04:41 AM
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They are a VERY small boutique software company. They are not a big operation like IK MULTIMEDIA or something like that. They rely a LOT on word of mouth and reputation and such. I've tried every sim I ever came across and I still favor their stuff over everything else I"ve ever tried.

If it were not for folks getting excited about their product, it would not spread as widely as they don't have the marketing budget that a bigger company has.

That said, so far I really dig it and it remains the only sim that I can get the KRUNCH/CHUNK I want out of smile.gif





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Yes, it's surprising TH3 hasn't drawn more attention. I suppose that shows how competitive the market has become.

When we released Omnisphere 2 earlier this year, it drew a lot of attention, but that's because we established a reputation years ago. I can't imagine how someone starting out today would get a new music software release noticed.



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