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  • BasshicBasshic

    db Audioware Aura ProPublished on 01/09/07 at 02:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Typical installation, easy, hassle free
    Vst plug in version and a standalone

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The program uses little CPU and works without any lag on my config (ASIO Interface Presonus Firepod)
    It is clear, simple (single window) and are rglages prcis and effective

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bertignac fan, I was looking for my Gibson sg a good amp simulator offering me a well with a crunchy distortion lgre clean and not too cold
    This small software trs trs Well, I tried dozens of simulators and one and one of the few to offer a distortion lgre not too dirty (with Amplitube also in version 1.3 ) which is perfect for the crunchy. It still gives the same color we love …
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    Typical installation, easy, hassle free
    Vst plug in version and a standalone

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The program uses little CPU and works without any lag on my config (ASIO Interface Presonus Firepod)
    It is clear, simple (single window) and are rglages prcis and effective

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bertignac fan, I was looking for my Gibson sg a good amp simulator offering me a well with a crunchy distortion lgre clean and not too cold
    This small software trs trs Well, I tried dozens of simulators and one and one of the few to offer a distortion lgre not too dirty (with Amplitube also in version 1.3 ) which is perfect for the crunchy. It still gives the same color we love her or not, but personal, I love it! (A vintage 60/70 ')
    A must try!
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