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  1. Thanks, that's good to know. Clicking on most of the other labels shows the value of the associated control (or does nothing), so I hadn't expected that to do anything else.
  2. I finally got it. It's not majorly awesome but it is pretty good at what it does. However, I do have a few issues with it. 1. There doesn't seem to be a glide in mono mode 2. I can't find how to engage the sub or noise oscillators. 3. It looks like they mislabeled the FM control on oscillator B It's a basic 2 osc synth with 5 or so wave shapes and FM. ASDR envelopes, multimode filters. Basic but sounds quite good for what it is.
  3. Apparently everyone wants this, page not loading for me.
  4. They are not bad, at least for the ones that were included with Studio One. I wouldn't buy them if I already had Amplitube though.
  5. The new amps are actually pretty decent. However there are only 3 of them. One is a Friedman, one is a 57 Fender-ish, the other is a super clean solid state bass amp. They also redid the available impulses, which make some of the old amps sound better. They did not update any of the old distortion pedals beyond cosmetics. As far as effects go, they added in nearly all of their studio effects. You get the mod pack, the crush pack, a version of Replika, the softube reverbs and compressors, the solid series, Driver, SuperCharger, Raum, Replika Shimmer, and a new Doppel Filter. They claim that their new machine learning based amp technology will allow them to deliver new components at a rapid pace. However, we haven't seen any new amps or distortion pedal components since release. If you were one of the people who said "I use Amplitube for guitars, Guitar Rig for FX", Guitar Rig 6 might move the needle but it won't replace Amplitube.
  6. The pattern generation is great, acoustic sounds are ok, electric not so much. Even stripping away the effects and putting into a dedicated amp sim, the sounds are not there. I often use both this and NI's guitar libraries to sketch out patterns for a song. With NI I am likely to leave the track as stands. With Strum-GS2 I will almost always re-record the track.
  7. Stability fixes, fixes to HI DPI displays. Run Native Access to update.
  8. They are probably all in C and interpolated to match whatever pattern and chord you are playing.
  9. It does not have MIDI out.
  10. It does remind me of BIAB from 20 years ago.
  11. Let's start with KVR's deal topic in their Bargain Center forum: https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=262151&start=17880
  12. https://www.jrrshop.com/boz-digital-labs-imperial-delay
  13. https://www.jrrshop.com/aas-all-that-jazz $19 Intro price at JRR
  14. It's kind of hard to recommend Cakewalk plugins, because I have to keep track of what is even available anymore. "Hey you should try DropZone!" ... maybe not. That said, I haven't really felt the need to use EQ other than the one in ProChannel. And I have used the consoles and tape from time to time. And I do like the CA2A on quite a few things.
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