Meet the new TONEX ONE pedal

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The next big thing in tone is small

We're excited to introduce a brand-new member of the TONEX ecosystem. Say hello to TONEX ONE, a groundbreaking and practical mini pedal with the same incredible responsiveness and dynamics as the best-selling TONEX Pedal, offering infinite tone possibilities for electric guitar and bass.

https://youtu.be/FnplIUOU_Rc

Designed to fit any pedalboard and small enough to chain multiple pedals, TONEX ONE gives you the freedom to build the perfect fly rig or enhance your existing pedalboard.

Imagine the tone possibilities with just one or multiple ONEs on your pedalboard!

Pricing and Availability

TONEX ONE is available now for pre-order from the IK online store and IK dealers worldwide for $/€179.99* each with units shipping mid-May.

*Eligible for free shipping from the IK online store. Pricing excluding taxes.

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Very cool! If I will ever rehearse/gig again, I will try this. Noise gate, tuner, and switching between two presets covers so much! Though - I will check the reviews, if it sounds good with headphones, I might try it, I want to practice without the PC, but with my favorite captures.

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IK just keep on hitting it out of the park, awesome stuff, TONEX just keeps on going.
New version out now, v1.7.1, getting closer to that (2), lets hope that means TONEX2, and they got some awesome stuff for us that knocks our socks off, no pressure :D one can hope :D

But honestly, I'm happy as things are, heaps of quality 3rd party packs, and IK releasing awesome packs every now and then, I mean MAX would have been enough for me, but :tu:
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Looks like Fuse Audio Labs made a pedal
MacOS Ventura | Logic Pro 10 |

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This potentially will fit well in various scenarios. Those having extremely flexible effects units, with effects return/send, that allow the return input to be first in the chain if desired, can have a (perhaps new) world of amp and pedal captures in their device, to get things started. Standard output or usb to daws, and to 'gear that takes pedals well' should also be good. The basic effects onboard the One are also enough for enjoyable auditions and a/b comparisons of amp/stomp captures, in the studio, on the couch, at the beach, on a hay bale in back of the pickup, wherever you and your guitar can fit :hyper:

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nice, but 5 presets would have been better.

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Danilo Villanova wrote: Mon Apr 29, 2024 7:17 pm nice, but 5 presets would have been better.
Especially for $179 bucks.
On a number of Macs

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MIDI would have been quite helpful for my purposes.

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My favourite third party Tonex captures just released a product (compiled I believe from some of their other projects) geared towards this..
https://www.amalgamcaptures.com/product ... p-kit-i-di

rsp
sound sculptist

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It seems like something that would be great for both jamming and using with my laptop as a portable recording setup, but in the specs section is says 24-bit/44.1 kHz. Is that a typo?

I have a lot of half finished songs recorded in 24/48 and I don't want to mix sample rates in those projects.

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Can I put Amplitube sounds on this?
I don't really get the difference between Tonex (software) and AT.
Thanks!

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swTB wrote: Wed May 08, 2024 12:42 pm Can I put Amplitube sounds on this?
I don't really get the difference between Tonex (software) and AT.
Thanks!
Sorry, no. It loads Tonex captures and provides some processing, but not to the degree of AT. Best thing is to try the free Tonex CS (which includes 40 captures) and see how you like it.

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swTB wrote: Wed May 08, 2024 12:42 pm Can I put Amplitube sounds on this?
I don't really get the difference between Tonex (software) and AT.
Thanks!
We get this question time to time, here is a synopsis: AmpliTube and TONEX are two different products using different technologies: AmpliTube is made using analog modeling technology while TONEX uses a new technology called AI machine modeling ( https://www.amplitube.com/ai ). While analog modeling simulates the behavior of the whole circuit of the amp - with all the knobs, switches, buttons and their interactions - AI machine modeling gives an ultra-realistic simulation of the rig with a specific knob settings. So it's not that one technology is "better" than the other, it depends of what the final user's needs are: full editing and customization versus accuracy in getting a specific sound. Using them together gives of course the best of both worlds and a super-powerful amp-sim system.

The two products are also different because AmpliTube can simulate the entire set up used in guitar recording (multiple serial and parallel rigs combining amps, all type of stomp effects, post effects, cabinets and microphones, etc.. with full editing down to the single gear), while TONEX is dedicated to simulates just amp, cabinets and certain type of pedals (distortions, overdrive, fuzz, EQ, boost) in each of their combinations. However TONEX can be used inside AmpliTube, as a sub-system of amps and pedals, again to have the best of both worlds.

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And my very biased subjective opinion.
Amplitube sounds like shite, compared to what is available in the market these days.. even though I own most of the models, I don't even have it installed. (and yes I do have a few other algorithmic ones installed)

Whilst Tonex is my go to Guitar amp sim, though I have tons of others to choose from... Tonex by miles...
Best product ik has ever done imho.

ymmv.
rsp
sound sculptist

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I usually use other guitar amp simulators (mostly Neural DSP) but still use Amplitube from time to time for cleans or rhythm.
I have the basic ToneX suite but haven't really used it tbh... I might have to give it a go,

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