Thursday, 17 March 2011

Ipad Amplitube

what do you think, sound good?

obviously this kind of stuff could rarely be used in a high production track but i think it's great that there are so many cheap fun virtual instruments and plug ins for people to get into music with, and it sounds pretty good! even better than many small beginner amps might sound

30 comments:

  1. Sounds great, what a cool program!

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  2. for someone whos just starting, thats a great tool.

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  3. nice, is there that kind of app to iphone too?

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  4. Very interesting stuff here :)

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  5. first of all i will never, ever buy this garbage ipad. overrated apple stupid little thing...

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  6. Thats awesome. Sounds better than a starting amp. Of course no comparison to a mid-high end amp but great to play around with.

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  7. I want that too :( but I don't have an ipad

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  8. It actually sounds pretty good. Never really thought the iPad would ever be useful for something.

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  9. cant wait to try this out on my ipad

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  10. Can you get this for the iphone by any chance?

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  11. I'm waiting on the iMat version when it eventually comes out...

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  12. sounds really good, but im pretty sure i heard the first track somewhere, the second one is awesome, i love it

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  13. I really don't love this this thing :|

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  14. I like this because now anyone can duplicate effects that were once only able by a select few

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  15. I've used Amplitube before. Pretty nifty.
    Apple always has the coolest apps for music production!

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  16. cool app, too bad the ipad is a overpriced iphone that can't fit in your pocket

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  17. nice app! wish i had one too :/

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  18. Almost worth getting an ipad for

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  19. I'm too much of an audiophile for this but it is definitely a good thing the more tools out there for people to experiment with!

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