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M-Audio Audio Buddy
le 01/05/2020 à 08h30
Bonjour, j’adore ton site c’est une super référence de sources Merci !
Dans la liste des simus d’amplis vst je ne vois pas de test sur le tonedeluxe v2, je t’invite à le tester c’est du made in France ð (www.lostin70s.com)
le 22/02/2020 à 08h47
Bonjour, j'ai testé récemment une simu ampli.il me semble qu'on pouvait changer le skin des amplis (skaï revêtement, boutons contrôle).sauriez vous me dire le nom de cette simu? merci d'avance et félicitations pour le site, une vraie mine d'or.thierry
le 18/01/2020 à 18h08
Whatever happened to the Cranked AC plugin? I've been looking all over for it but can't find it anywhere.
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Sorry, I never heard of this plugin. If it's an old plugin, chances are it's also a 32-bit plugin, which may not work properly on modern systems, but anyway I couldn't find it either.
le 12/01/2020 à 23h06
So the chain goes:
DAW > Audio Interface Out > Amp > Speaker > Mic > DAW
This is correct based on my understanding from what I've read, and the few videos I've watch on creating IRs. My question, then, is when I plug into the Amp I've seen people say plug your Interface out into the FX return, but you say the guitar cable jack. What is the purpose in doing one or the other?
What channel should my amp be on? I'm assuming the clean channel.
What should my Amp settings be (EQ, Gain, Channel Volume, Presence, Master Volume)? I can't find a clear answer anywhere.
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About plugging into the FX return or the guitar jack, I don’t know. Actually, the amps I’ve used myself to make IRs don’t have any FX return, so I didn’t have a choice and had to plug into the guitar jack. I guess there’s no harm trying both (not at the same time!) and comparing if you have that possibility. Chances are there’s not much of a difference, but again, I may be wrong as I have not tried this myself.
About the choice of a channel, and the settings: the channel doesn’t actually matter. You’re not capturing the amp sound, but the speaker sound.
From what I’ve experienced, the EQ and Presence should be neutral, the gain/saturation should not be engaged (or set to a level where no distorsion can be heard). As for the volume, set it to a level that’s high enough for your microphone to be able to pick up a good signal (no need to record higher than -6 dB, by the way, give your signal a bit of headroom).
But you should also be careful not to set it too loud to protect your own ears. It doesn’t need to be pushed too high. I think a level high enough to cover your own conversational voice should be enough. I tried various volume levels, and it did not affect the results notably. I did not get better results with very high levels than with normal, humanely bearable levels. Don’t set it too low, though, because it’s better if your speaker does move some air.
Experiment, try different amp settings and see whether that changes the results.