Kuassa's amps go standalone
Kuassa has released a preset converter as well as standalone versions of its Cerberus Bass, Vermilion and Creme virtual amps.
If you think that Kuassa's virtual amps suffer from the lack of a standalone version compared with the likes of Amplitube, TH3, Revalver and others, then think again: Kuassa has released standalone versions of their Cerberus Bass, Vermilion and Creme amplifiers. Another good news: this new feature has not changed the price, and the update is free for current users.
Also, Kuassa has released the beta version of a preset converter that will allow to turn Rack Extension presets into presets for other plugin formats (and/or the other way around). Compatible with Mac OS X and Windows systems, it is available for free at www.kuassa.com.
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