LePou Plugins LeXTAC
LePou Plugins LeXTAC

LeXTAC, Software Amp Simulator from LePou Plugins.

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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bbhack's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" the top!"

LePou Plugins LeXTAC
Installation is a breeze, just unzip the libs in the right place.
The setup is as complicated as that of a guitar amp with 3 channels (clean, crunch, distortion) and qq mods (boost, plexi mode).
To benefit it is essential to have a good simulation of speakers. There are a lot of plugins and libs simulation pulses combined with this plugin can make the happiness of the home studio or guitar at home.


Even in overdubbing mode (x8) the plugin is very comfortable with my old mac 2010.
Besides, I do utlise that fashion and I usually have 2 or 3 instances of the plugin on my sequencer without affecting the overall performance of the environment Logic.


Combined with a good simulation cab impulse is simply a delight.
For me it is the best freeware simulation available on the market!
I have rarely encountered such a dynamic presence on VST. In addition the sound has a delicious grain that really makes the difference.
I said that I do not use very saturated sounds and limit me to clean modes (aka yellow) and crunch (aka blue). I find the fashion plexi fairly interesting, probably because me and cleans channel yellow enough for me. Note that the bright switch is very useful for balancing guitars with humbuckers.
Thank you LePou regale us with as good simulation! Try it and do not hesitate to make a small donation if it suits you!

Grebz's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

LePou Plugins LeXTAC
Trouble-free installation. Dll file is downloaded, it is placed in the correct directory and presto! That's all! No incompatibility with Windows 7 in 64-bit SONAR 8.5 Producer.


It runs like a clock on my PC, but I have a powerful PC, it makes sense. It does not look very greedy, so it should run correctly on any bike.


It has 3 channels, yellow, blue and red, ranging from clean / crunch sounds up to heavy distortion. Blue and red channels are quite close to each other and very different from the yellow channel, though milder. There is no regular gradation from one channel to another.

Many settings can carve out a sound measure, and this simulator amp head wins of course be associated with a speaker simulator realistic.

Quiz here ( http://www.grebz.fr/musique_homestudio_tutorial_required_4.php#lextac )