ToneLib GFX incorporates modules with emulations of real guitar rig elements achieved with software DSP to obtain tones with minimal CPU load and low latency. Its integrated preset librarian and IR manager also allow you to customize, backup and manage a built-in library of tones. All is managed within its user interface, which is designed to be simple, but powerful. The oversampling is auto-adjusted to a session's sample rate.
ToneLib GFX is not just for guitar. The included distortion, amp, delay, reverb, compressor and other effects can be utilized on any types of recordings.
ToneLib GFX also comes as a Standalone Application and as plug-ins for use with the most popular DAW recording software.
Changes in version 3.8.5:
- Host DAW Automation - ToneLib GFX now supports your host DAW application's features to read, write and edit parameter automation, where the DAW can control the plug-in's parameter values over time using editable track envelopes. Most DAWs additionally allow you to record parameter automation in real-time, where you enter an automation "write" mode and changes to the selected plug-in parameters are recorded and displayed on the track as adjustable envelopes. This allows all these parameter changes to be played back (using the host's track "read" mode option) and incorporated into your project's mix-down. Host DAW applications typically allow you to access the list of automatable parameters for a plug-in by way of an automation parameter menu, specific to the audio or aux track where you have inserted the plug-in.
- Note Sync - Some delay and modulation effects models offer a Note Sync option, allowing the delay repeat time or modulation rate to follow the plug-in's main tempo value. For models that offer it, you can click the Note Sync button within the Edit tab to toggle the feature on/off. When active (the Note Sync button is lit), the parameter will change to offer note division values, as shown below.