Any love for amp modelling?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Kahuna Nui, Jul 10, 2017.

  1. DrHankWanfordSnr

    DrHankWanfordSnr That's not new, its always been there.

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  2. ThePriseInferno

    ThePriseInferno Well... does it?

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    I was a user of Pod Farm on PC for a loooooong time - it was the only way I could reasonably get decent tones for not too much money back in my Uni days. Was even using a FBV Express MkII as a usb-powered switcher for different tones within my DAW.

    Needless to say this was a convoluted setup that I ditched as soon as I had the spare cash. It did sound good, though :)
     
  3. ed lespaul

    ed lespaul Well-Known Member

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    If you download Helix Native demo, can you access the user presets online? I noticed you had to register a product, and wondered if it allowed you with the demo.
     
  4. DrHankWanfordSnr

    DrHankWanfordSnr That's not new, its always been there.

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    Go here
    http://uk.line6.com/customtone/browse/helix/
    click on a 'download' button
    log in with the username/pw you registered for Native, and you have access to the user presets.
    They can be a bit hit/miss. Some have links to the required IR too. Which is nice.
    Paul Hindmarsh's are good.
     
  5. Paul Wickham

    Paul Wickham Oh no you didn't!

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    Since getting my Amp One and BluBox I have used less modelling, but I will still use S-Gear from Scuffam and TwoNotes Wall of Sound. Usually for bass, but still for guitar on occasion.
     

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