#1
Can I process Amplitube 3 in Stereo, by processing effects in stereo, instead of splitting the line for left and right channels?

If not, then that's one fatal mistake they did on their product.
#2
Why do you need it in stereo? Do you have a stereo guitar signal or two mono signals?
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#3
Because I want to process 2 channels. 1 is the left channel, 2 is the right, and I don't want them to become mono.

I was hoping I could do something like this:
Last edited by Clay-man at Jul 25, 2010,
#5
If you set up the B rig the same as the A and pan both hard left and right you should be able to.
#6
You can create all sorts of phasing issues with simulated stereo. Your mix will be messy (where will the other instruments sit in the mix??). If you want to create a sense of space, use something like reverb.

Seriously--- what is a "stereo" effect on a guitar? If you want bouncy panning delay, you can create it in your DAW. If you want chorus, flange, or phasing, definitely keep the panning narrow (or run it mono).
#7
Using something like 2 tremolo effects out of sync on each pan would sound weird.
#9
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Using something like 2 tremolo effects out of sync on each pan would sound weird.

Why would they be out of synch?
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#10
Because I'm double tracking, right? One to the left one to the right. If I want to apply the same effect both tracks, I will either have to settle for using 2 separate effects for each track, making it out of sync, or I use 1 line and have a mono result.

It's a shame because Amplitube has the best set of effects.
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#11
Well, couldn't you just grab one version of the track and paste it over the other for that one section and they will be exactly the same.
#12
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I will either have to settle for using 2 separate effects for each track, making it out of sync

Have you tried this? I don't see why the effects would be out of synch.
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#13
because when I copy and past the effect it will start at a different time while the other effect isn't starting at the same time as the one I pasted.

Edit: Well I tried turning off the VST, having both effects off, then turning them on, then turning the VST on and it syncs up fine.
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#14
i went and tried this in shred and revalver. revalver can process stereo signals, didnt seem to be able to in shred. but you can in revalver, and i have a couple other heads models that have a stereo mode. guess it doesnt really help you, but throwing it out there.

i think most people figure that guitar is basicly a mono instrument, so stereo processing doesnt seem to be on the top of their list for features.
#15
Guitar is mono, but is usually always stereo tracked for recordings to give it a layered sound. Usually double tracking is panned 100% left and right.

Amp Modeling seems more for recording purposes than live purposes, but it does great for both.

Btw I already knew Revalver could process in stereo, which is a great thing, but like I said, Amplitube has the best effects over any other Amp modeling software I heard.