Simulation of a miked guitar cabinet based on a subset ("JJ Powertube Impulses") of GuitarHack's impulse responses (if you know how to contact GuitarHack, let me know!).

 

 

 Features:
     • combine two individually adjustable channels
     • various microphone positions

 

Usage:
Use it after a real or simulated guitar preamp for practicing, mixing, etc...
I like playing like this: preamp → stereo effects → simulated cabinet → headphones

 

Details:
Usage: Use it after a real or simulated guitar preamp.
Supported sample rates: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 192kHz
For low latency with the stand-alone version, Linux version currently requires a running JACK server. Windows version works best with ASIO.

 

Installation:
Plugin version: Just place the folder wherever you like and tell your DAW where to find it!
Stand-alone version: Just execute the executable included in the root folder of the zip archive!

 

Download:
This software is still of beta-quality, so do not use it for projects where no crash may occur!
Windows versions should run from Windows XP upward. You might need to install Visual C++ Redistributable.

Version: 0.0.0

Windows VST 32bit  VST 64bit 
  Stand-alone 32bit   Stand-alone 64bit 
Linux VST 32bit  VST 64bit 
  Stand-alone 32bit  Stand-alone 64bit 

 

What about other plugin formats?
A LV2 version as well as support for MacOS is expected to come soon!

 

License:
The source code of this plugin is released under GPLv3. If you want to have it, please contact me!

 

Donation:
If you like this plugin, consider donating to me!