IK Multimedia Amplitube LE
IK Multimedia Amplitube LE

Amplitube LE, Simulación de Amplificador Software from IK Multimedia in the Amplitube series.

Price engine
content in English
moosers 06/02/2009

IK Multimedia Amplitube LE : la opinión de moosers (content in English)


  • Like
  • Tweet
  • +1
  • Email
The IK Multimedia Amplitube LE installed on my system without any problems and it was an overall easy process. I had no compatibility issues and the interface of the plug-in is easy to follow. I never looked at the manual as I had no problems installing it and the plug-in was easy to figure out.


I run Amplitube LE with a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I use the plug-in in Pro Tools LE 7.4 with a Digi 002 rack version as an audio interface. I am able to run a few of these at a time, and have had up to four running at once without any problems. This being said, it does take up a bit of processing power and running a lot of these at once will probably slow down your system.


I've had Amplitube LE for about two years, as I got it when I got my first Pro Tools system. I have found this plug-in to be very helpful when I am looking to beef up a guitar sound, or I only have a DI signal of a guitar and want to add some overdrive, or delay. The plug-in has a few different sections - Level, Tuner, Wah, Delay, Reverb, Overdrive and Amp & Cabinet. I have never used the tuner and don't really use the wah, so I can't say if these are helpful, but I love using the delay and the amp & cabinet sections. There is a lot of room tweaking your tone, with the amp & cabinet section being the most in depth. While I would never take digital distortion over a real amp, when looking to beef up a signal, the overdrive sounds pretty good on this. None of the sounds blow me away, but almost all of them are usable. I don't use this on everything, but when I do use it I always end up getting good results. Since this is such a cheap plug-in, I would definitley recommend having this in your set up, as you never know when you might need some reliable amp modeling software.