Kuassa has released Amplifikation Vermilion, a Guitar Amp Plug-in inspired by classic guitar combo amps. It offers eye candy and lots of tonality for guitarists who demand a guitar amp plug-in with versatility. The engine of this plug-in is carefully tuned to match the tone of authentic classic amps which sing to your playing style.
Kuassa says Amplifikation Vermilion packs everything that guitarists find difficult not to love: jangling cleans, raw tube saturation, springy reverb and that trippy tremolo circuit. The chimey and warm character with a bit of grit from the Clean Channel is great for country, soul, funk, blues, or most older "roots" music style, it even pulls some weight for your indie-pop tracks. The Lead Channel are able to deliver rich and fluid overdrive leads for more modern style of rock, even heavier stuff to some degree. Add intensity to your playing using the built-in tremolo unit which gives you pulsating sound that range from subtle & slow to head-spinning fast and add dimension to the whole sound with rich & lush analog-modeled spring reverb.
- 3 Amp Types.
- 2 Amp Channels: Clean and Lead.
- Built-in FX: Tremolo with BPM sync and Spring Reverb.
- 5 types of matching cabinets with 4 microphone types.
- Freely adjustable dual-miking with mono/stereo configurations just like a real-life guitar recording session.
- Built-in Noise Gate and Limiter.
- Photo-realistic graphics for lifelike guitar playing experience.
- Straightforward and easy to use interface.
- Support up to 96000Hz Sample Rate.
Pricing & Availability
You can purchase Amplifikation Vermilion license for the introductory price of $27 until December 31st, 2012. Once the introductory price is over, the regular (permanent) price of $39 will go into effect.
Purchasing a license for Amplifikation Vermilion gives you access to VST and AU for Windows and Mac (32-/64-bit compatible) and updates.
The evaluation/demo versions of Amplifikation Vermilion are free to download and are fully functional with no time or feature limitations. The only difference is that the evaluation mode will emit an audible noise every 40 seconds.