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ToneLib GFX

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Guitar Studio Plugin by Tonelib
ToneLib GFX
ToneLib GFX by Tonelib is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin and a Standalone Application for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and a Standalone Application.
Product
Version
4.6.6
System Requirements
Windows 7 or later
Product
Version
4.6.6
System Requirements
Mac OS X 10.9 or later
Product
Version
4.6.6
System Requirements
Ubuntu 16.04 or later
Effect
Formats
Other
Stand-Alone Utility / Application
Copy Protection
None
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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.

Features:

  • 12 dynamic/filter effects;
  • 9 overdrive/distortion effects;

  • 18 thunderously accurate amps;

  • 16 modulation/SFX effects;

  • 11 delay effects;

  • 15 reverb effects;

  • standalone: metronome and drums player;

  • standalone: backing track player;

  • standalone: internal recorder.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 4.38 from 8 reviews

ToneLib GFX
Reviewed By piermarco.lunghi
March 26, 2021

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 GFX
Reviewed By Izak Synthiemental
November 5, 2019

The interface is simple and very user friendly. You can simply drag and drop elements to create a guitar fx chain, which can of course also be used for any other sort of instrument.

Unfortunately the guitar amps, as well as the various effect pedals all have a rather generic sound. Nothing to write home about really. I'm quite sure that no extensive modelling approach went into these processors, but rather simple standard waveshaping with added EQ. It's not bad, but it's just mediocre. Magix Vandal, which is almost ten years old, sounds much better and so do a range of freeware amps.

I like the included cabinets impulses, as well as the various reverbs and echo effects which I believe are also based on sampled impulse responses.

Unfortnately the developer has turned the product from freeware to payware, which is something I don't like. Could have kept the plugin freeware and released a completely new, overhauled product commercially. Turning freeware into payware is like giving someone a gift and then in a few months demanding money for the same gift you initially handed over for free. Don't do it.

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ToneLib GFX
Reviewed By sgsgfsgfg
November 5, 2019

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
October 6, 2019

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
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...

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Comments & Discussion for Tonelib ToneLib GFX

Discussion
Discussion: Active
PierreG
PierreG
26 April 2019 at 4:30pm

Heads up: The version 3.7.2 installer installs what looks to actually be VST2 version 3.5.6.0, which crashes Tracktion Waveform 10 when coming back into an edit that has ToneLib in it. It's odd in that the VST2 ToneLib Help button shows version 3.7.2, yet the description that shows up in Waveform's plugin page shows 3.5.6.0.

At first I didn't realize that the VST3 version was loading into the standard C:\Program Files\Common Files\Steinberg\VST3 path, so I copied it from there into my Waveform custom plugin path, which brought it into W's VST3 plugin list. Looking at the VST3 version's description information revealed that it was indeed at 3.7.2.

I then loaded the VST3 version and it ran flawlessly in Waveform. Super grateful for this great plugin. Cheers.

madwab
madwab
24 May 2019 at 2:56am

Comment for HerrFornit - the default fx type on the right is Dynamics / Filter, that's why you're seeing lots of those types of effect. Click there to also choose Overdrive / Distortion, Amp simulators, Cabinets, Modulation / Sfx, Delay, Reverb. There are 11 Delays alone.

HerrFornit
HerrFornit
28 May 2019 at 8:08am

Hi madwab.

thanx for reply. I noticed now hat its a problem of interaction with my DAW (Jeskola BUZZ). The pull down menu does not work. In the standalone version it is ok.

anti_phase
anti_phase
5 June 2019 at 11:25am

seems to be cool, but crashes Reaper 64 Win 10 every time. Still have no idea how it sounds.

PierreG
PierreG
5 June 2019 at 3:17pm

Curious, do VST & VST3 versions act same?

I documented related issues at the top of this thread.

Nobdi
Nobdi
6 October 2019 at 6:13pm

btw: It's payware now - $40.

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