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Overloud TH-U Overloud announces TH-U, the evolution of the multi-awarded TH3 guitar amp simulation plugin. The product will be released on February. Customers who purchased TH3 Full after Jan 7th are eligible for a free upgrade to TH-U Full. What’s New In addition to the models available in TH3, TH-U includes: 15 new amplifiers, including the Superlead and Superbass models, Polytone jazz amplifiers and DVmark Triple 6 head 14 new cabinets Rig Player, reproduces profiles captured from real rigs with the R2M (Rig To Model) technology Amp Tweaks, mod amplifiers by customizing pre and power tubes A Shimmer Reverb and a Shimmer Delay An improved and redesigned Cabinet IR module A new multitrack looper Search function on the preset banks Rig Player TH-U is able to load rig profiles created by sampling real setups. The Rig To Model (R2M) proprietary technology allows Overloud engineers to sample and capture the response of an entire rig, including the nonlinear and dynamic response of the amplifier, the cabinet, the microphones, the mic preamplifier and the room sound. Rig To Model technology allows to capture both analog and digital setups. The Rig Player, integrated into TH-U, allows to reproduce any nuance of the sampled rigs. Overloud is currently sampling artist rigs and will release expansion libraries of them later. Amp Tweaks Thanks to its innovative dsp technology, TH-U features a new panel which allows to change the pre and power tubes models, as well as to simulate the action of a variac. This allows to mod any amplifier model with an almost limitless combination of tubes and opens the product to new sound capabilities. Learn more at overloud.com/thu
TH3 produces some great guitar sounds. I'd like to share some tones generated using TH3 Cakewalk Version & NadIR loaded with an IR created by Ola Englund. The point here is that all the software is free! I featured the 11 amps included running through the IR. These are raw guitar tones, no EQ or compression. I may do a series featuring each amp paired with the various cabs, but for this comparison I picked the cab and then compared the 11 different amps through that cab. TH3 Cakewalk Version-Amps Comparison Links are included in the description below the video.
As a novice guitarist with no real world amp experience, I can be easily confused by the options on amps. TH3 manual doesn't really explain, and just lists the amps. I'm liking the Metropolitan, so ended up youtubing the real amps reviews to get my head around and what's going on. The GUI doesn't help much being you can increse the image size, but not the resolution, and with the Deco fonts, I found reading the description difficult. Warm/Smile is actually Warm/Shine Plexi/Crunch is actually Pexi/Chrome (this is easier to see once I saw the correction) The preamp has a Volume feeding the tube, but the main amp a gain, and a volume after? Or is the preamps volume after the preamp and a not a gain driving it. And with a level added after the Volume dial of the main amp, hw are they different? This is additional to the real world amp. Then the is a Load/Speaker switch, which I'd assume take the speaker out, but seems to have n effect when I don't have a speaking in the chain.