What are some of the best PC Amp Software to Pair up with a Focusrite Scarlet 2i2

#3
I think my post was a little bit confusing.

Basically what I want to do is use my Computer as a headphone amp for electric guitar. I have two programs. One that slows down video at same pitch and one that slow down MP3s at same pitch. I want the effected sound of my guitar from the Amp/Effect sim to come out the Headphones as well as well as the sound of the two programs I mentioned above. This is what I want to use to practice. Right now I am using a Line 6 Podxt Red Bean. It allows the sounds from the computer to come out of the headphones attached to it along with the effected sound of the guitar. It is like 10 years old and I thinks it is time for an upgrade especially since I just moved up to Windows 10 and it no longer supports a program where you can control the Pod from your computer screen. That is why I need help with a good setup. Already got the Focusrite Audio Interface now I need to figure out the rest. Thanks
#4
Read the review of Amplitube 4:
http://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/ik-multimedia-amplitube-4

The Fender pack is great for blues, gets very close to the real Fender tube amp sounds. The Jimi Hendrix would cover the classic rock, or you could pick them piece by piece.

Read the expansion options on the bottom:
http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/amplitube4/

It has phrase trainer, looper, even recorder, so it should do it all, only won't slow down audio.
If you have the new audio interface you can route everything to its outs, so it should be fine.
If in doubt - download their trial version, then you can pick and choose and purchase only the amps that you want, you don't have to buy the whole suite.
Here's info on the "ala carte" option where you pick and choose your amps. It might be a little confusing as none of these amps have a set value, you buy tokens then you use the tokens to purchase the amp.

I have version 3 which is a bit cut rate to this but it works really well for picking out songs, I do it to practice my leads in my new band and also did it to tone match bunch of guitar tones when I was auditioning for a top 40 rock cover band.

I am not sure anyone else does this all in one solution as gracefully as them. You could do it similarly with several pieces of software, if you get a DAW, like say Mixcraft, Reaper, Trackion, etc, then you use that for your slowdowns and host your guitar amps there. I am using Studio One (PreSonus) which does that well, even it has its own amp section, if you buy the more expensive versions you can install freeware amps so you won't have to pay for the Amplitube amps, but I like them, so I also use Amplitube in there, as it could be used as standalone program or within audio software host.

All the Amplitube options:
http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/cat-view.php?C=software-apps
#5
Quote by diabolical
Read the review of Amplitube 4:
http://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/ik-multimedia-amplitube-4

The Fender pack is great for blues, gets very close to the real Fender tube amp sounds. The Jimi Hendrix would cover the classic rock, or you could pick them piece by piece.

Read the expansion options on the bottom:
http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/amplitube4/

It has phrase trainer, looper, even recorder, so it should do it all, only won't slow down audio.
If you have the new audio interface you can route everything to its outs, so it should be fine.
If in doubt - download their trial version, then you can pick and choose and purchase only the amps that you want, you don't have to buy the whole suite.
Here's info on the "ala carte" option where you pick and choose your amps. It might be a little confusing as none of these amps have a set value, you buy tokens then you use the tokens to purchase the amp.

I have version 3 which is a bit cut rate to this but it works really well for picking out songs, I do it to practice my leads in my new band and also did it to tone match bunch of guitar tones when I was auditioning for a top 40 rock cover band.

I am not sure anyone else does this all in one solution as gracefully as them. You could do it similarly with several pieces of software, if you get a DAW, like say Mixcraft, Reaper, Trackion, etc, then you use that for your slowdowns and host your guitar amps there. I am using Studio One (PreSonus) which does that well, even it has its own amp section, if you buy the more expensive versions you can install freeware amps so you won't have to pay for the Amplitube amps, but I like them, so I also use Amplitube in there, as it could be used as standalone program or within audio software host.

All the Amplitube options:
http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/cat-view.php?C=software-apps


Thanks Buddy very Helpful
#7
Rockbly 

Bias Amp Desktop ( buy it on sale)
Amplitube 4
Scuffam
S-Gear

Those are all among the best native PC amp sims.  I suggest demoing them and seeing what works. Reaper is a DAW you can use to slow things down, but there are apps that are specialized for that, so you should do some research. 
#8
Rockbly i suggest for Bias Amp Pro.. It has "Match" feature that can "copy" real amp that you love (dont expect too much) you can say this feature just like kemper profiling, but in the simple and cheaper way. Once again dont expect too much with the PC amp sims. But because of this feature, i can says this is the coolest PC amps sim that i know...
Last edited by datresults at Mar 19, 2017,