Mar 14, 2017
(and last updated on Mar 21, 2017)
UPDATED! NEW twin, twin 2 and blues 3. Vintage 70's rock sound for hard rock. Jazz and modern jazz. Blues and blues 2. ATTENTION, the adjustment of the input level of the sound card. High level created a bad distortion. Low level, you do not have the right answer of the guitar. For best sound set the sample rate to 48 kHz frame 128, the buffer 2 . If you like, to give me a star, a stimulus for making new presets. Have fun...........
Feb 13, 2016
(and last updated on Feb 13, 2016)
I couldn't find a heavy sounding preset, so I tried to make one. Band influences: In Flames / Machine Head / At the Gates / Dimension Zero. You can try using the Screamer instead of the Fuzz effect for a more high pitched sound (new era).
Jul 02, 2017
(and last updated on Jul 02, 2017)
A guitarix amp modelling preset for playing 80s hard'n'heavy rock.
The signal chain is a DS1 overdrive through a head with 12ax7 pre-amp / 6V6 master tubes, M-Lead Style tonestack and Marshall Style cabinet. Effects are light compression and a bit of chorus and some reverb.
Jul 29, 2015
(and last updated on Dec 30, 2015)
Includes a few Guitarix presets I've been using to record a classic rock/heavy metal sound. The presets are:
a few clean sounds dry and with some delay
a crunchy distortion with a bright high end but a kinda bassy Mesa Boogie based tone
A so-so lead sound
an overly distorted lead sound
See the info links for an example of the sounds.
Jan 22, 2016
(and last updated on Sep 19, 2016)
Darlings.gx.Last update July 2016. Enhanced and improved.Clean (cl), crunchy (cr) and overdriven (od) guitarix sets of Roland JC-120, Voxes, Fenders, Marshall JCM-800, Mesa Boogie.The clean sounds with reverb (rv) and a bit chorus (ch). The overdriven sounds sometimes with compression (co).Normally I prefer the tonestack, but sometimes the amp impulse seems to do a better job. Try it yourself. And try putting it in front of or behind the valve section. It sounds different!...
Aug 10, 2015
(and last updated on Jan 09, 2016)
The guitar tone is rough (as it should be) and I'm extremely happy with what you can get out of guitarix. Anyway these should sound pretty brutal depending on your guitar and other setup.
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Jul 05, 2016
(and last updated on Jul 05, 2016)
just as the title says. well, i don't even have an electric guitar yet. i made this with the DI Files that i downloaded from Ola Englund. i made this from the live DVD of Ubuntu Studio. sad huh?. anyway i did made this tones in just one hour. let's see what do you think of it!