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kinwie
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Postby kinwie; Sun Jul 16, 2017 10:54 pm Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

incubus wrote:
AC222 wrote:
pattonfreak1 wrote:Free? Ignite Amps Emissary


Yep, don't sleep on the Anvil either


Good company, many excellent options, please donate!!!!!!!!!!!


Yapp!! Ignite Amps. TSE and AXP are among the tops :tu: :tu:
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Postby kinwie; Sun Jul 16, 2017 10:56 pm Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

BRBWaffles wrote:This is the frequency response from LePou's Lecto on default settings with 0dB of tilt on the chart. The highs aren't filtered, and are actually louder than the lows.


Try to play with it
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Postby kinwie; Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:20 pm Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

This is a sample of AXP Flextron, set for old-metal tone :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIBLuMl_BWY
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Postby BRBWaffles; Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:51 pm Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

kinwie wrote:
BRBWaffles wrote:This is the frequency response from LePou's Lecto on default settings with 0dB of tilt on the chart. The highs aren't filtered, and are actually louder than the lows.


Try to play with it


I did. I played through it. I ran a DI track through it. I ran pink noise through it. I adjusted settings. I cannot recreate this filter effect you're talking about unless I turn the high and presence all the way down, and even then it's not genuinely filtered. The spectrum analyzer and frequency response curve shows no evidence of an inherent high frequency filtering effect or comb filtering effect. Sorry, man. It's not there. Whatever you're hearing likely doesn't have anything to do with the plugin itself.
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Postby kinwie; Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:57 pm Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

possibly i use a wrong word, filtered, maybe a better word is Gated.
Well, maybe one day you will aware what is missing :D
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Postby Burillo; Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:49 am Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

if something is missing, it should be possible to measure it. doesn't look like anything's missing in LePou amp sims.
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kinwie
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Postby kinwie; Mon Jul 17, 2017 1:48 am Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

Ahh, this can turn into another argumenting thread :dog: :dog:
I'm outta here :scared: :scared:
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Postby cprompt; Mon Jul 17, 2017 2:50 am Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

kinwie wrote:Ahh, this can turn into another argumenting thread :dog: :dog:
I'm outta here :scared: :scared:

That's ridiculous. You said "LePou amps is not good cause it filtered the highs too much". When you were unable to backup this up with evidence, and others were able to quite clearly demonstrate you are wrong, you say you used the wrong word and then you're "outta here". Don't post rubbish and then leave.. post an audio clip demonstrating the problem, or a screen capture or anything :roll:
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Postby kinwie; Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:18 am Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

Nahh, here we go :dog: :dog:
I should keep my mouth shut and not comment about LePou stuffs.
Sorry, just ignore my posts, or if required, I can just delete them :tu:
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Postby cprompt; Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:35 am Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

kinwie wrote:Nahh, here we go :dog: :dog:
I should keep my mouth shut and not comment about LePou stuffs.
Sorry, just ignore my posts, or if required, I can just delete them :tu:

No, you are completely entitled to post your opinions, observations and findings. I value other people's input. It's just you made a comment which you were unable to demonstrate and then decided to leave. If there's a problem with LePou plugins, let's find out about it and determine if it's really a problem or not. Right now, nobody else could see that problem. Sorry, didn't mean to have a go at you.
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Postby kinwie; Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:46 am Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

cprompt wrote:No, you are completely entitled to post your opinions, observations and findings. I value other people's input. It's just you made a comment which you were unable to demonstrate and then decided to leave. If there's a problem with LePou plugins, let's find out about it and determine if it's really a problem or not. Right now, nobody else could see that problem. Sorry, didn't mean to have a go at you.


What I've pointed out is possibly only can be explain to the dev himself. Years ago I've been thinking to shoot him an email since he's not active here. But I doubt he'll be interested to investigate into it since they are free plugins.

Other reason is that I've got enough other top notch free amp plugins that amazed me, the TSE X30 and X50, IA Emissary etc, and AXP flextron, some paid amps like Studio Devil VGA etc. And I also have Eleven Rack.
Too much stuff already...
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Postby kinwie; Mon Jul 17, 2017 4:05 am Re: Best free amp sim & cabinet for metal guitars?

almost forgot, recent one that really amazed me,
Mercuriall JCM 800 and their other free stuff
Cant stop playing with the JCM800 Hot :love: :love:
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