Studio Devil Virtual Guitar Amp II
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Studio Devil Virtual Guitar Amp II

Virtual Guitar Amp II, Simulación de Amplificador Software from Studio Devil.

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ericthegreat 01/02/2012

Studio Devil Virtual Guitar Amp II : la opinión de ericthegreat (content in English)

"big sounds worth the buy"
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The Studio Devil Virtual amplifier simulator was easy to install and to get up and running. It was transferred to my ilok and I was able to use it within minutes of installing. The configuration and interface of the plug-in is easy to figure out and is laid out smartly. There are a bunch of different sections - noise gate, distortion, input, equalizer, compression, and output. Each has its own parameters to control, giving you a wide array of possibilities and sounds. Since I bought this electronically, I don't have a manual and can't speak to if it is helpful or not.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I am running Studio Devil with a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I am running it in Pro Tools LE 7.4 and a Digi 002R audio interface. I haven't had a problem running it on this at all, however, I have only had a need for running one or two of these at once. Beyond this I don't know how well it would run, but since it is a big plug-in with a lot of parameters, running a bunch of them at once would probably slow your system a bit.


OVERALL OPINION

I've been using the Studio Devil Virtual amp simulator for about six months. I have found it to be a useful tool not only for guitars but for all types of instruments. Since it has so many parameters, it is versatile and that makes it capable of a number of different uses. The price of this can't be beat, as I bought it in the Project Studio LE bundle for quite a cheap price. I would compare this to something like Line 6 Amp Farm or IK Multimedia Amplitube. While it is not as in depth as Amp Farm, it will cost you much less and it is probably a better comparison to Amplitube in terms of price and overall capabilities. For those looking for a plug-in of this nature, this is definitely worth a look.