Line 6 POD Farm Platinum
Line 6, Inc. announces POD Farm and POD Farm Platinum, two software plug-ins delivering the next generation of POD tone to recording guitarists.
POD Farm Platinum emulates the sounds of all the sought-after amps and effects, from vintage essentials to must-have modern monsters. It includes 78 guitar amps and 24 guitar cabinet models, 28 bass amps and 22 bass cabinet models, 97 stompboxes and studio effects and 6 mic preamp models. POD Farm delivers 18 guitar amp and 24 guitar cab models, 5 bass amp and 5 bass cab models, 29 stompbox and studio effects and 6 mic preamp models.
The carousel-style gear browser provides each and every model at the user's fingertips. Models can be dragged and dropped into the signal flow, pre or post amplifier, to create classic tones or imaginative hybrids. Each model is fully adjustable and offers total tweak capability. Plus, with thousands of presets available, classic gear combinations can be called up to provide timeless tones in an instant.
POD Farm and POD Farm Platinum authorizations can be stored in iLok USB Smart Keys, which will enable users to easily move authorizations from one computer to another. POD Farm and POD Farm Platinum are Mac AU/ RTAS/VST and Windows RTAS/VST compatible for seamless integration with all major recording applications.
POD Farm: $139.99 MSRP POD Farm Platinum: $419.99 MSRP
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