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 JAMP by lostin70's is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
JAMP
Product JAMP
Developer lostin70's
Price (MSRP) Free
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Effect(s) 
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JAMP MK1 is a free guitar amp VST effect plug-in based on real tube emulation.

Version 1.4 introduces a a new distortion renderer (less metallic, more tube-like).

Features:

  • 4 channels: clean, crunch (light), overdrive, distortion.
  • A Pre gain (overdrive knob) to adjust the amount of drive.
  • 1 three way stack (Equalizer).
  • 2 included spring reverb models with adjustable reverb level. Fast convolution engine.
  • 5 cabinets emulations. Cabinet simulation can be turned off.
  • Works at 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz and 96 kHz.
  • Available in 64 and 32-bits.
  • Available with and without GUI.

The plugin is reactive to guitar volume (like real ones) and accepts a lot of plugins before (compressor, distortion, etc.).

Technical information:

All filters are IIR to reduce the processing delay (less than 0.5 ms). Ideal for live playing. The cabinet simulation does not include room effect has usually found for this kind of simulation (its simulates only spectral characteristics of cabinet). So it sounds very dry if you hear it with a headphone, but it sounds better if you play it in a real room trough flat loudspeaker or in a mix.

The version 1.3 is working at 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz and 96 kHz.

Sound demos are here (the demos use only the JAMP plugin): soundcloud.com/julien-faure-7

Live playing demos: www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlij9VQ1usI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XlUPe2Jb0A

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26tv8H0al3U

www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9p01-e8Cp4

Discussion: Active

Discussion

19 January 2016 at 7:09pmgroumpf

I like much this amplifier because I find it has a very musical sound. The differents parameters work well to create all sort of different sounds, and the EQ parameters are efficient (I have seen many amp simulators with bass/treble with no effect at all).

I can have good clean sounds, crunch and distorted sounds as well and all sounds good with my 300€ guitar. I like it .

Just a remark: the GUI doesn't work in Ableton Live 8/32-bits. I'm using the parameters panel. Not a big deal anyway.

Thanks.

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