Guitar Amp for iOS by Studio Devil
Studio Devil is very much aware of the potential of turning iOS devices into mobile guitar rigs and have recently updated their iOS app - Guitar Amp.
Guitar Amp features the same proprietary vacuum tube modeling technology that Studio Devil employs on all its Virtual Guitar Amp software. They use tube modeling algorithms from Gallo Engineering to bring you realistic tube amplifier tone in a small digital package. It aims to deliver the dynamic response that demanding purists are looking for in real tube amps without the bulky and heavy gear.
All you need to produce good tone is your guitar and your iPhone or iPad. Just plug in your headphone or use a line out adapter going into the headphones jack as your output and you have your mobile amp ready. Plug-in your guitar via an iOS guitar adapter (Amplitube iRig, Apogee JAM, Peavey AmpKit, and other iOS compatible guitar interface) and you are ready to rock the joint.
Guitar Amp's core function is to turn your iPhone or iPad into three different sounding amps - from the green colored classic clean amp, to the yellow colored mid gain British Crunch amp, and on to high gain land with the Red Modern Lead amp. You also have other options like effects and three different amplifier speaker cabinets to further shape your sound.
You can enjoy making music without worrying about things like CPU usage and menus, because Studio Devil has designed the Guitar amp with efficiency and intuitive controls in mind.
This update adds in the Delay Box, an echo modeler and delay pedal effect in one, which gives your tone a vibrant echo for spacious leads. You get delay, repeats, level, and style controls - letting you tweak it into a wide variety of delay tones: tape echo, analog bucket brigade or the good old digital delay sound.
This app is available for download from the iTunes Store for only $4.99.
Guitarsite.com is about to giveaway some Studio Devil applications, read more about it at Guitarsite's Facebook page.
For more information on Studio Devil Amps and their modeling technology, visit www.studiodevil.com
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