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Audiffex has announced the availability of a standalone VST and RTAS package of its Stomp Box / Guitar Pedals plug-in bundle.


Priced at $99, Guitar Pedals is a set of 36 plug-ins for guitar, bass, software instruments, vocal and acoustic instruments. It was originally released under Audiffex's previous "DSound" brand name back in 1999.

The first two series included 7 and 6 pedals. Now the package contains 36 effects in VST and RTAS formats. Additional effects will be added as free updates.

Note: Since the release of the original 13 guitar pedals all the plug-ins have been rewritten and optimized, so you need at least an SSE2 capable processor.

The Effect Pedals package includes:
  • AP - Auto Pan
  • AT - Auto Tuner
  • AW - Auto Wah
  • CHB - Bass Chorus
  • BD - BPM Delay
  • DTB - Bass Distortion
  • FLB - Bass Flanger
  • GEB - Bass Graphic EQ
  • BLG - Guitar Blues Drive
  • ODB - Bass OverDrive
  • PRB - Bass Preamp
  • PHB - Bass Phaser
  • SPB - Bass Speaker Simulator
  • TCB - Bass Tone Control
  • CH - Chorus
  • CLG - Guitar Clean Preamp
  • CM - Compressor
  • CPG - Guitar Crunch Preamp
  • DT - Distortion
  • EC - Exciter
  • EG - Expander Gate
  • FL - Flanger
  • GEG - Guitar Graphic EQ
  • HGG - Guitar HiGain Preamp
  • LC - Level Control
  • NG - Noise Gate
  • OD - OverDrive
  • OT - Octaver
  • PAG - Guitar Power Amp
  • PE - Parametric EQ
  • PH - Phaser
  • PW - Pedal Wah
  • RV - Reverb
  • SPG - Guitar Speaker Simulator
  • TCG - Guitar Tone Control
  • TR - Tremolo

Pricing & Availability
Priced at $99, the Guitar Pedals bundle is available now for Windows and Mac OS X in VST and RTAS plug-in formats.
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