28th February 2013
You get faithful "true to the original" models of some of Orange's vintage and current dream machines. AmpliTube Orange includes 8 amp models: the AD 200, Dual Terror, OR 50, the Thunderverb 200, the Tiny Terror, the AD30TC, Rockerverb 50 the OR-120 and 9 matching configurable speaker cabinets.
Orange amplifiers have been around the music world for over 45 years, providing straight-ahead rock 'n roll tone and to keep true to the Orange sound IK and the folks at Orange worked closely together to bring that same rock 'n roll tone on your Mac/PC.
"We work closely with the IK engineers and programmers to ensure the quality and accuracy of the sound," says Orange founder and CEO Cliff Cooper. "There is a lot of software out there that claim to give the Orange sound, but they don't even come close. With IK we can sit down together and nail the Orange sound."
All the Orange models are also available à la carte in the AmpliTube Custom Shop, along with the rest of IK's collection of amp, cabinet, effect, and mic models. The Custom Shop is integrated into AmpliTube software and plug-ins, and offers a "Try Before You Buy" feature, which lets users download a fully functioning version of any model and audition it for 72 hours before purchase.
Plus, if you're a huge fan of Orange, then you'll also be happy to know that the Orange OPC, their guitar amplifier/personal computer combo, features AmpliTube 3 complete with the entire AmpliTube Orange collection.
Pricing & Availability
AmpliTube Orange is available now for the price of $99.99/€79.99 (ex. tax), as a digital serial-number delivery that can be purchased inside the AmpliTube Custom Shop or from the IK Online Store. All the gear in the collection is also available individually in the Custom Shop.
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