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db Audioware Flying HaggisPublished on 02/12/13 at 00:12
Flying Haggis is a virtual guitar amp that I recently purchased for around 30 dollars. That was probably the only reason that I purchased it, because if it had been much more I would not have been interested because of all of the amps that I already own. But at this price I had to give it a shot! This amp sounds great for this price! It works with just about any DAW or software that is on the market and it takes up little CPU. The interface is very easy to work with and user friendly but it is not that easy on the eye. The graphics of the interface are very boring and dull.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Installing it took no time at all and it can run as a VST/AU plug in as well as a stand......
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Flying Haggis is a virtual guitar amp that I recently purchased for around 30 dollars. That was probably the only reason that I purchased it, because if it had been much more I would not have been interested because of all of the amps that I already own. But at this price I had to give it a shot! This amp sounds great for this price! It works with just about any DAW or software that is on the market and it takes up little CPU. The interface is very easy to work with and user friendly but it is not that easy on the eye. The graphics of the interface are very boring and dull.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Installing it took no time at all and it can run as a VST/AU plug in as well as a stand alone. You can download this as a demo first to know how it will work and it if is something that you will want to invest in. But I guarantee that after hearing it you will purchase it for this price. It is also easy to use the MIDI learn function to sync up the knobs with external controllers. Not all amps allow this so it was great that an amp plug in that cost this amount will let that option work. This amp is also good for live use as well because of the low latency, it is very responsive.

OVERALL OPINION

The sound of the Flying Haggis is very unique, normal when amps (plug ins) don’t cost a lot it is usually because they are a cookie cutter style amp meaning they sound very similar to a lot of other amps that have already been made. That is not the case with the Flying Haggis. It has a unique, clean sound with amazing tones that any producer or guitarist (live) would love to use.
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db Audioware Flying HaggisPublished on 09/16/10 at 17:32
The Db Audioware Flying Haggis is an amp modeling and multi-effects plug-in that's available for both Mac and PC operating systems and in both VST and Audio Units formats. You can also run it as a stand alone piece of software. It's not available for Pro Tools unless you've got the Fxpansion VST to RTAS wrapper, which I have to run this. Downloading and installing the plug-in from DB Audioware's site was quick and easy and was a process that was without any hiccups whatsoever. The make up of the controls of the software is fairly straight forward, with the amp modeling section on top and a series of stomp box style effects on the bottom. The main parameters that it has include a......
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The Db Audioware Flying Haggis is an amp modeling and multi-effects plug-in that's available for both Mac and PC operating systems and in both VST and Audio Units formats. You can also run it as a stand alone piece of software. It's not available for Pro Tools unless you've got the Fxpansion VST to RTAS wrapper, which I have to run this. Downloading and installing the plug-in from DB Audioware's site was quick and easy and was a process that was without any hiccups whatsoever. The make up of the controls of the software is fairly straight forward, with the amp modeling section on top and a series of stomp box style effects on the bottom. The main parameters that it has include a standard three band EQ, a drive knob, distortion, compression, reverb, and a master volume, as well as a series of buttons for different amp cabinet modeling and for choosing between different mic placements. The effects that it has include chorus, echo, phaser, tremolo, auto wah, and a gate. It's not hard to tell that there is a lot of things you can do with this! It's pretty much designed to be a one stop shop for in the box guitar processing. I haven't seen any manual for this, so I can't speak to it's make up.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I recently got the Db Audioware Flying Haggis plug-in after seeing that they had dropped the price a considerable amount. I first tried out the plug-in to see what it could do, and while I was incredibly impressed with the overall sound, it was cheap enough and versatile enough to snatch it up anyway. I'm running it in Pro Tools LE 8 with the Fxpansion VST to RTAS wrapper, and without this you can't run it in Pro Tools. I'm running everything on a Mac Book Pro that consists of a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I run Pro Tools LE with a Digi 002R and I monitor with a set of Adam A7s. I haven't had a need to run more than one of these within a session so far, but since it's got so much in it I would imagine that I wouldn't be able to run many more of them than that. I'm sure I will be finding out as I use the plug-in more and more...

OVERALL OPINION

I like the Db Audioware Flying Haggis plug-in mostly for it's versatility. It's not the best processor for any of the sounds that it is, but since it has virtually every sort of sound you'd want for guitar or otherwise, it's real nice to have around to get a quick sound. The amp modeling is decent, as are the effects, but there's so much that you can do with it that you'll be finding new tones with it every time you use it. The price is really what moved me to buy the plug-in, as it's now incredibly cheap. It's worth trying out the demo and buying it if you like it since it's so cheap, but don't expect the world from it as it can only do so much considering all of the processing it's got.
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db Audioware Flying HaggisPublished on 01/05/08 at 16:43
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I'm really won over by the audio quality of the plug! It rings once and takes only a few manipulations and is the sound ... now! No latency ... Really made for live stand alone. Particulirement stunning sounds of blues and crunchy ... To make matters gter interface "roots" trs enjoyable! While some of you do not resell hardware on their amps but I assure you that after testing found softs such as Amplitube and Guitar Rig, this little animal magic (flying haggis) did not ashamed of the comparison ... I only regret not being able to be used as RTAS plug-in pro tools ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Sound card m audio fast track
hp dual core lap top

OVERALL OPINION

Not running......
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I'm really won over by the audio quality of the plug! It rings once and takes only a few manipulations and is the sound ... now! No latency ... Really made for live stand alone. Particulirement stunning sounds of blues and crunchy ... To make matters gter interface "roots" trs enjoyable! While some of you do not resell hardware on their amps but I assure you that after testing found softs such as Amplitube and Guitar Rig, this little animal magic (flying haggis) did not ashamed of the comparison ... I only regret not being able to be used as RTAS plug-in pro tools ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Sound card m audio fast track
hp dual core lap top

OVERALL OPINION

Not running pro-tools rtas (FXpansion do with).
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db Audioware Flying HaggisPublished on 04/13/10 at 10:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Insatallation quite simple, you must install the plug, copy the code to open the plug, send the code on the download page of the site that gives you a code that you copy the plug-in, and there you can go drink a beer.
Operates Stand Alone and VST
manual clear (to those who do not know the functions of the interface)

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Windows XP
Used with Saw Studio Lite (RML Labs)
not too CPU intensive for a plug for amp simulation.
Easy to use, clean interface.

OVERALL OPINION

given the price: $ 29 (or 23 € and dust) s can be "fun and have fun without breaking the bank.

I do not know if it can agree to pro guitarists, I take the guitar (by necessity) to make my......
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Insatallation quite simple, you must install the plug, copy the code to open the plug, send the code on the download page of the site that gives you a code that you copy the plug-in, and there you can go drink a beer.
Operates Stand Alone and VST
manual clear (to those who do not know the functions of the interface)

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Windows XP
Used with Saw Studio Lite (RML Labs)
not too CPU intensive for a plug for amp simulation.
Easy to use, clean interface.

OVERALL OPINION

given the price: $ 29 (or 23 € and dust) s can be "fun and have fun without breaking the bank.

I do not know if it can agree to pro guitarists, I take the guitar (by necessity) to make my models. It has a nice side. To expand its collection of amp simulation plug.
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  • Manufacturer: db Audioware
  • Model: Flying Haggis
  • Category: Software Amp Simulators
  • Added in our database on: 12/02/2007

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