Based on IK’s AmpliTube 2 and made in cooperation with Authentic Hendrix, the official family-owned company, AmpliTube Jimi Hendrix is the first guitar amp and effects modeling software focusing on Jimi Hendrix that can be used not only to recreate all the authentic tones of popular Hendrix tunes, but because the modeled gear in this product is in such high demand by guitarists, AmpliTube Jimi Hendrix is a fantastic tool for many styles of modern rock music from hard rock to punk, alternative, progressive, and pop.
IK Multimedia has gone the extra mile in accurately modeling all the most important components of the Hendrix rig, not only using proprietary AmpliTube 2 DSM™ (Dynamic Saturation Modeling) technology at its best, but by collecting all the original vintage stomps, amplifiers and cabinets of the same period and fine tuning the software emulations by ear with accurate craftsmanship to achieve incredibly realistic and authentic modeling results.
AmpliTube Jimi Hendrix features 9 vintage stomp effects, 4 vintage amp models, and 7 cabinets, putting a complete collection of extremely expensive and hard-to-find gear right at your fingertips.
Among the stomps included are models based on the Wah used by Jimi Hendrix (which became his signature sound in masterpiece tunes like “Voodoo Child”), various models of highly collectible fuzz and distortion pedals, plus rare vintage effects modulation models such as a model based on the unique Uni-vibe™ (a chorus/rotary speaker effects) and more.
The 4 included Amp-head models cover the entire range of amps that Hendrix used with The Experience, both in the studio and live, from the British-made 100W amplifier Hendrix generally is associated with to other rare vintage models of US-made amplifiers used by Jimi between ’65 and ’70.
All the matching cabinets of the Amp-heads mentioned above are included in the selection of 7 available cabinets, and more. The cabinets were accurately modeled, equipping them with the same vintage speakers said to be among Jimi’s preferred ones, and recorded with 5 vintage microphones, including condenser, dynamic and ribbon microphones. Also included are 4 rack effects (Rotary Speaker, Stereo Reverb, Parametric EQ, and Tube Compressor), increasing the tonal flexibility of the product and allowing you to sculpt the sound even further.
Whether you want to get that classic Jimi Hendrix tone or treat yourself to the most desirable collection of vintage effects and amp gear ever offered in software, AmpliTube Jimi Hendrix is the right choice for any guitarist.
AmpliTube Jimi Hendrix Features
· 5 separate modules: tuner, stomp effects, amp heads, cabinets + mics and rack effects· 4 Amp-head models· 7 Cabinet models· 5 Microphone models· 9 Stomp Effect models· 4 Rack Effect models· High-precision Tuner· 2 Guitar rig chains· Jimi Hendrix song presets immediately recall the entire rig used· Available as a VST, RTAS, AU plug-in as well as a standalone application, for MacOS X and Windows
Minimum System RequirementsPower PC based Macintosh®: 866 MHz G4 processor, 512 MB of RAM, Mac OS X 10.4 or later.Intel based Macintosh®: 1.5 GHz Intel Core Solo processor, 512 MB of RAM, Mac OS X 10.4.4 or later.Windows®: Pentium 1GHz / Athlon XP 1.33 GHz, 512 MB of RAM, Windows XP.
Price & AvailabilityAmpliTube Jimi Hendrix has an MSRP of $249/€199 (tax excluded) and will be shipping in April from IK Multimedia and its distributor and dealer network worldwide. A Crossgrade version for all IK registered users is also available at a special reduced price of MSRP $199/€169 (tax excluded).
For more information on these exciting releases from IK, please visit:www.amplitube.com/hendrix
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