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Old 02-28-2013, 02:49 AM   #21
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That's not me. That's just some video I searched for. That's 3 plugins: TSE 808, TSE X50 and I think one single God's Cab impulse.

Really easy to setup.
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Old 02-28-2013, 02:54 AM   #22
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That's not me. That's just some video I searched for. That's 3 plugins: TSE 808, TSE X50 and I think one single God's Cab impulse.

Really easy to setup.


interesting. honestly i would still mic the speakers. and i haven't used VST's really and i don't know if they would be able to emulate some of the different amps i have, for example would there be one for a splawn pro mod or nitro?
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Old 02-28-2013, 02:56 AM   #23
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GuitarAmpModeling.com has a whole forum dedicated to it. Those guys are like the TGP of the amp/cab VST world.
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Old 02-28-2013, 02:57 AM   #24
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that video really does sound pretty real. so essentially camp impulses are downloaded? (from what ive uncovered so far)

but im not finding anything on how I can put them into my presonus software to be used from there.

so im assuming all that is useless for what im looking to do at the moment (maybe use it for mastering later?)
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:00 AM   #25
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I would take the time to explain how to set it up but I've just had a hellish day at work and you can honestly find so many tutorials and vids out there to help that it wouldn't be necessary for me to. Check out that forum I mentioned above, it will help you tremendously. Good luck.
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:04 AM   #26
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interesting. honestly i would still mic the speakers. and i haven't used VST's really and i don't know if they would be able to emulate some of the different amps i have, for example would there be one for a splawn pro mod or nitro?



thats another thing I always wondered. Another kill for axe fx is one of my favorite tones is the nitrox (witch would be the amp id sacrifice for it not letting another ktre out of my hands) and i doubt axe fx or any virtual modeler is gonna recreate that amp Diamond is too small of a company for that yet.

are these programs tweakable enough to get all these tones?

thats looking into the future I mean for now it seems ill be able to do basic rough draft stuff
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thats another thing I always wondered. Another kill for axe fx is one of my favorite tones is the nitrox (witch would be the amp id sacrifice for it not letting another ktre out of my hands) and i doubt axe fx or any virtual modeler is gonna recreate that amp Diamond is too small of a company for that yet.

are these programs tweakable enough to get all these tones?

thats looking into the future I mean for now it seems ill be able to do basic rough draft stuff


i really don't know either, not to doubt, but with 5150/6505 being so popular there are probably hundreds of videos of that on youtube, because that is what everybody wants. a Diamond, Splawn, hell even my VHT Sig:X, may not be able to get. for some reason the sig:x is looked down upon (not that i really care), its got great cleans and awesome gain, and that clean channel has a 'bloom' setting that just makes the cleans are so nice. channel two can be pristinely clean or very high gainy.

then lets go to the 1974x (18) watter. the one i built is incredibly sensitive to touch, and even the slighest change of picking or rolling off the volume cleans it right up.

even pedals, are there going to eventually come to the point where enough people are satisfied? for example, i don't care for tubescreamers. some other similar circuits are fine, as i like the Green Rhino because you have a lot more control. or i guess i could start modding them. i like the timmy, they are very popular so i would imagine there would be one. just too much shit.
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