leggie wrote:beau921 wrote:
It was deemed too difficult and/or troublesome to install.
Nope, i said don't want to install crap on my computer..
Look if you really have an issue with what i said let's have it out on PM and stop clogging this thread with crap. but i will only tell you go f**k yourself
IK is 95% marketing machine IMO and your sounding like you work for them, fine i don't have to buy their stuff and i don't....
Ahhhhhhh...such class and decorum. Overwhelming.
I work for IK Multimedia?
Wow...how did you guess?
They are really going to be cheesed when they find out, since all this time they thought I was simply a satisfied customer who recommended their software products based upon my own positive experience.
It couldn't be that when someone asks what amp software they should try, I recommend Amplitube 3 because I've used it and see where it's strengths lie.
In that experience I commented that any perceived negatives are far outweighed by said strengths, and that it's certainly worth the authorization process.
I must work for the company.
Remember when Amplitube 3 was launched, the colorful ad that said "King Of Tone?"
All the angry debates over, comparisons to, and chatter about it, past, and to come, only serve to prove it was then, and still is the standard as the "King Of Tone."
And, if anyone wants to continue debating, feel free to debate yourself, as I've said what I said, meant it, and that's that.
If anyone else hasn't tried Amplitube 3 Free, do so and come to your own conclusions without making a decision based upon alarmist ideas about the install process. In the end you won't play the install process, you'll play the amp software it provides you.
Oh, and in closing, I'm also the Cadbury Easter Bunny. But, jeez, try to keep that quiet until after the holiday passes.