Jax Pok wrote:Reason they done it this way is guitar and Bass players use Leslies and electric piano players use them. So the Amplitube users want it in there and the Keyboard players want it has a rack effect layout like they would using a delay plugin.
The way I understand it both versions overlap a lot it's a question of workflow how you want to work with it. I will be using MODO Bass and Keyscape through it I might re take up learning electric guitar so makes sense to get both.
A lot of people don't like angled 3D graphics and multiple windows on their effect plugins so better for them to have the T-racks version and the T-Racks version will be faster to work with.
The T-Racks version wont give guitar and bass players the visual and workflow simulation of using gear like Amplitube gives.
Having looked at the screen shots between the two versions, I still just don't get it personally. If I were going to run a guitar through a Leslie, I'd still prefer to just run this as a standalone plugin. The Amplitube interface has some pretty graphics of amps, but once you look at the cabinet page and how features like the EQ are presented, I think the interface gets kind of awkward. There doesn't appear to be a functional difference between the two at all. I'm not even sure if Amplitube's "room" microphones work with these.
Maybe Peter can clear up a question that might explain some of the difference, can I use [for example] a Fender Collection amp in the amp section of Amplitube with a Leslie cabinet? So for example, Super Reverb amp into 147 cabinet? That single plugin UI experimentation would at least be a workflow benefit to the Amplitube version. Or on the other hand, is it only possible to mix and match Leslie amps with Leslie cabinets?
Also Peter, what's the latency like on this for the T-Racks version? We talking the usual 0.5ms (with oversampling) at 44.1khz?
The demos sound great to my ear, and I actually just pre-ordered the T-Racks version yesterday.