|May 6, 2006, 07:52 PM||#1|
need it, must be vst, must be free. guitar amp doesnt need many tones, just fender blues, vox ac-30 and any marshall.
sampler just needs to be a vst sampler for free.
|May 7, 2006, 10:00 PM||#2|
i've gotta say, there were some great plugins for free at kvr, for windows. that's my only regret of having a mac, but paying for guitarrig is better than having a terrible os.
p.s. can you buy guittarig without the hardware thing? it looks so useless.
|May 7, 2006, 10:17 PM||#3|
I have to say, you are asking a lot of free software - I don't think you ae going to get an accurate model of a particular amp (or three (!)) from shareware. There's a reason you pay several hundred, and that is because researching and modelling amps in digital algorithms is REALLY hard and companies invest $100,000s or millions into it.
Check Computer Music Magazine. They have a series of basic VST plugins that they provide on CD free with the mag.
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