#1
#2
depends, do you want realism or easy-access-tones?

my brief take on it.

Revalver MkIII:
-most realistic
-just like a real amp, takes a lot of fiddling to get a good tone.
-the RIR (Impulse unit) isn't great
-the 6505 and XXX simulations are spot-on

Amplitube 2 Duo:
-sucks

Amplitube 2 (and Amplitube Metal):
-easier to get an acceptible tone
-not the most realistic
-cabs and mics are questionable in most cases.
#4
I prefer Revalver, but as mentioned the RIR sucks so I'd get something like Voxengo Boogex to run the impulses on.
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#5
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I prefer Revalver, but as mentioned the RIR sucks so I'd get something like Voxengo Boogex to run the impulses on.


Haven't tried the Boogex but I just downloaded Elephant and LFMaxPunch and tried them on one of my projects and turns out they're damn good plug-ins.
#7
revalver for sure
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#8
I preferred Revalver, found amplitube took up too much cpu and didn't sound as good anyway.