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IK Multimedia AmpliTube Orange

Software Amp Simulator from IK Multimedia belonging to the Amplitube series.

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IK Multimedia introduces a new Orange amps and cabinets collection for their AmpliTube 3 virtual instrument on Mac and PC.

AmpliTube Orange features 17 amps and cabinets officially certified by the british manufacturer, with 7 heads, one combo and 9 cabs. You will find emulations of the Tiny Terror, Dual Terror (which can emulate the Tiny Terror or switch to the crunchy Fat Channel), OR50 and OR120 with the HF Drive, Thunderverb 200 for bass and guitar, Rockerverb 50 mkII or the AD-30TC Class A combo.

The cab collection includes the PPC112, PPC212, AD30TC, PPC412, OBC410, OBC810 and OBC115 models.

AmpliTube Orange is available in standalone or plug-in versions for Mac OS X and Windows and sold 79.99€ exc. tax. All the Orange models are also available separately on the AmpliTube Custom Shop. You'll find more info on www.ikmultimedia.com.

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