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ToneLib GFX

Reviewed By BlackWinny [all]
September 29th, 2022
Version reviewed: 4.7.5 on Windows

My perfect complement for all my plugins, guitars, pianos, organs, synths, etc. All the effects I need are included, all the amp emulations I like are included, the cabs are convoluted with IR, the mics are customizable, and I can record riff ideas directly in standalone without opening the DAW, what more could I ask for! With my instruments and this ultra-complete bundle, I have everything I need. Just a serial number, no internet constraint... And you know what? Installing this bundle allowed me to remove no less than 217 other humdrum or redundant developers from my plugins collection. It's much more streamlined, and I can find my way around a lot better. Ins and outs of the acute collecting is for me a thing of the past. Thanks a lot.


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ToneLib TubeWarmth

Reviewed By Faydit [all]
May 19th, 2022
Version reviewed: 1 on Windows

Nice tube warmer, sounds good. Unfortunately it - even at higher drive settings - still remains very clean, so it is hardly usable as some sort of tube overdrive, not even if you stack some instances.
But the clean tube sound is really good, also in front of another tube amp or tube preamp.
For adding tube character to some digital sources it works fine, also as a clean guitar tube (pre)amp or booster.

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ToneLib Metal

Reviewed By spaty [all]
March 8th, 2022
Version reviewed: 1.1.0 on Linux

Tonelib-metal (from the makers of the amazing Tonelib-GFX) delivers in terms of it's amp sims, there are a few of them but support for additional effects is lacking. If I wanted to do a hardcore song with a clean delay/chorus intro, I would need a separate plugin. Tonelib-Metal attempts to give an appearance of other modern AMP sims (like amplitube or guitar rig) at the expense of usability, at smaller screen resolutions the knobs are harder to read, especially on their cab sim. This software is fairly new and feels incomplete when compared to GFX. Currently there is no online repository for presets. This works very well as a standalone or VST but I feel this needs more time to mature. I suggest trying the demo of both METAL and GFX if you are in the market for an affordable amp/fx solution. At their humble price point you will not find anything better than these. To the developer: I would LOVE to see Tonelib-METAL offered as an EXPANSION for Tonelib-GFX.

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ToneLib GFX

Reviewed By piermarco.lunghi [all]
March 26th, 2021
Version reviewed: 4.6.3 on Linux

I give 5 stars because it's a great project, with a great ui and workflow. I've not yet an opinion about sounds because I need more time to test it BUT: the VST version makes mixbus 32c crash in a very bad way (on 6.2.407). I hope they can solve this bug in the next version.

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ToneLib Jam

Reviewed By gogulan [all]
May 7th, 2020
Version reviewed: 4.0 on Linux

It's a great piece of Software that includes everything from a simple bulit-in tuner to display scales to sync the backing track (as MP3) along with the guitar tab. It can import any mayor guitar tablature file format I know and enables you do learn much quicker than with any other guitar app that I've tried.

BUT it is no longer free. From version 4.x you pay. The actual price is ardound 40U$ (incl. discount):


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ToneLib GFX

Reviewed By sgsgfsgfg [all]
November 5th, 2019
Version reviewed: 3.8 on Windows

I have tested a lot of virtual amps.

My top was Poulin and Bluecat.

I have to add Tonelib-GFX.

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ToneLib GFX

Reviewed By natelok [all]
October 6th, 2019
Version reviewed: 4.0 on Linux

The latest update require a $40 fee be paid for a license, despite no warning of this new license until you've already installed the update using the programs update dialogue.

It's a nice program, but ambushing your established users like this is pretty nasty.

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ToneLib GFX

Reviewed By mpoirier [all]
April 25th, 2019
Version reviewed: 3.7.2 on Windows

For the price this app is really good. It is CPU efficient and very good clean sounds. I think I will switch from Amplitube to this because of this...

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