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RE: (OT) Guitar Amp Pro - software guitar rig in Logic (+ looping option)
Thanks for the tip. Nice tones! And nice work!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Per Boysen [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 6:33 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: (OT) Guitar Amp Pro - software guitar rig in Logic
> (+ looping option)
> Since there are quite a few guitarists on this list I thought that
> someone might be interested in checking out two short sound
> demo files
> from the plug-in Guitar Amp Pro that comes with Logic Pro 7. The
> excerpts go with a Swedish magazine review.
Just a short note. Apple bundles a lot of pre-sets with Logic Pro 7 but
all of them are to be found either in the GAP plug-in or as channel
strips on audio tracks. This is a bummer since the best guitar sound
with the thing is achieved when opening a plug-in chain directly on an
Input object (Logic¨'s software port to the physical input of the sound
card). The plug-in chain used at the test was Gain --> Noise Gate -->
FuzzWha --> GAP.
I found that this amp simulator uses way less CPU power then others I
have tested (NI Guitar Rig, Nomad). With L7/GAP and some looping
plug-in you may cook up some nice toy on a powerbook ;-) Oh, there is
now a very easy midi-learn function in Logic. I simply popped the midi
cable into Logic and played the wha-wha from my FCB1010 pedal. And I
found out that it's not the same good amp simulator in Logic Express.
Greetings from Sweden
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