I don't know, pretty much like I was saying. Sounds good as far as it goes, but a real tweed goes much further. Plus, I don't see any headphones in that video, so if that's the sound of the monitors being miced then you've added a real power amp and real speakers moving air in a real room to the mix (mic, mic pre... ), even if they are full range it still adds to the sound (run a POD or anything through an amplified full range speaker and mic it with an omni or pzm so you don't add phase weirdness — sounds huge and real. Still don't feel right). Even then the sound has a lot of spikey bright peaks poking through and the sag doesn't sound very prominent to me (it's the feel under the fingers that counts, but I can usually tell by listening at this point) , plus the examples stop well short of heavy power amp overdrive where the truly bizarre wave shaping kicks in — to be fair, that would usually require a huge clean boost into the front of the amp. Most sims just go squarewave fuzz at that point, with random digital nasties for added awfulness. Can't really be sure from the video I guess, but I didn't care for the first Fender package.Peter - IK Multimedia wrote: ↑Tue Sep 03, 2019 1:17 pm … IK is made up of mostly musicians and not bean counters. Along with many of us having vast knowledge in certain areas of music (mine would be audio engineering and composition, my dual major at Berklee beyond being a more than passable guitarist among other musical skills) and noticing that your claims don't match what we do and you were posting so many times about it that it was time to finally clear that up.
And it's "corporate" just FYI.
Plus, I don't recall ever mentioning IK.
If you want me to go away — either don't reply to my posts, or try something like "we are always striving to improve amp modeling and consider all suggestions...[add latest marketing buzz phrases]", that kind of B.S.
Don't have a cow, Anderton. I was just going to post and split for another several years but you just can't let anything go. Fine. Amp sims are devinely inspired, perfect in every way and should never be changed.