Trace Elliot on AmpKit v1.3
The new version 1.3 of AmpKit makes Trace Elliot the first modern bass amplification system to be modeled for the iOS platform.
Bass players who use the iOS platform to practice, perform and record can use a bass amplifier and cabinet, modeled after the Trace Elliot 1215 combo. Players get Trace Elliot amps features, including the switchable valve (tube) drive circuit for fat bass distortion and the Pre Shape circuit.
AmpKit’s Trace Elliot model also includes the Trace Elliot 12-band Graphic Equalizer, tuned for bass frequencies, plus the optimized dual-band compressor and a convolution-based simulation of the 1x15 cabinet featuring a specially designed loudspeaker and high-frequency horn.
AmpKit Version 1.3 also debuts support for the new iPad’s 3.1 million-pixel Retina display. This update also includes support for digital guitar interfaces, updated headset input compensation to support the new iPad (3rd Generation) and iPhone 4S, and the ability to save setups for all channels on multi-channel amps.
Pricing & Availability:
AmpKit+ Version 1.3 is available now for a limited time for only $9.99 on the iTunes Store. The Trace Elliot 1215 amp model can also be purchased separately for $3.99. The original AmpKit app is a free download.
Find out more at ampkitapp.com
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