|Type / Tags||Complete guitar studio in your computerAmp ModelingBass Amp SimulatorCustom ImpulseDistortion / Overdrive / AmpEffect ChainEffect ProcessorImpulse Response Cabinet|
Windows 7 or later
Mac OS X 10.9 or later
Ubuntu 16.04 or later
ToneLib GFX incorporates modules with the best emulations of real guitar rig elements achieved with the top quality software DSP to obtain the best tones with minimal CPU load and ultra low latency. Its integrated preset librarian and IR manager also allow you to easily customize, backup and manage your built-in library of tones. All is managed within its simple, but powerful, user interface.
The oversampling is auto-adjusted to your session's sample rate to save valuable CPU power while providing the most transparent sound possible.
Also note that ToneLib GFX is not just for guitar! The many included distortion, amp, delay, reverb, compressor and other effects can be utilized on any types of recordings.
ToneLib GFX comes as a Standalone Application and as plug-ins for use with the most popular DAW recording software.
Reviewed By mpoirier
April 25, 2019
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...Read more
Reviewed By Zurid
April 7, 2019
I spent the last 2 days playing with a standalone version of Tonelib-GFX. Sound wise for me, it smokes Amplitube. It warmer, cleaner and doesn't have that highend shrill in the overdrive that is so prevalent in Amplitude. The preset management is way more flexible and vastly superior to Amplitubes. I pretty psyched so far...Read more
Reviewed By Nobdi
April 7, 2019
2 five star ratings by users that are only here for less than a month ?!? - fishy :-).
The software itself is very good. Especially when you take the (current ?) price into account - zero/nothing/nada.
It is very easy to dial in a good sound and whoever needs a manual or instruction how to use it has never seen a amp sim before (or maybe not even a computer).
I have only played around with it for about an hour and so far I can't really say anything about stability but the rest looks like this:
- very easy to dial in sounds
- good amount of good presets
- easy on the CPU and very fast loading times
- quite a few FX and amps to chose from
- realistic sound.
- maybe not the most dynamic reaction to your playing
- no 5150 sim (sorry, but that is one I always love to have)
- not too many bass amps/cabs (1 each ???)
- no way to set the amount of oversampling (and no info on that at all)
-> all in all not really much that you could argue about in a free sim;-).
...after an hour of playing around with it it has replaced my goto practising sim (Audified ampLion (payed version)) and might even end up as my goto sim for composing because of the perfectly fast loading time (to be replaced than later in the process by a more sophisticated sim).
To sum it up: For a free sim this one is clearly at least a 4 (add the 5150 model and I have it at 4.5-5;-)).Read more
Reviewed By HerrFornit
April 6, 2019
Hi thanx for giving us that VST for free! (tested the VST2 version).
I tried it a bit and what I noticed first is the clear GUI/concept with nice presets. Compared to other "Rigs" its very simple to use and flexible. Effects seem to be limited to dynamics. There is also a possibility to choose impulse response which I didn't try, maybe not implemented in the free version? But in combination with other (free) plug-ins its really great.
I will use it.Read more