Get original "genre defining" bass sound, the sounds that defined rock and Motown Bass from your digital rig with the Ampeg SVX Studio Software/hardware package. It puts the power of legendary Ampeg b... Click To Read More About This Product
Get original "genre defining" bass sound, the sounds that defined rock and Motown Bass from your digital rig with the Ampeg SVX Studio Software/hardware package. It puts the power of legendary Ampeg bass tone into your recording rig. The Ampeg SVX Studio Edition software gives you 4 legendary Ampeg Bass Amp/cabinet combinations, two bass-centric stomp effects, plus the The 16-bit/48kHz StealthPlug guitar/bass USB audio interface cable in one extremely easy-to-use package.
The Ampeg SVX Studio Edition lets you plug into the ground-shaking growl of the "SVT Classic & 810" combination or take a time machine back to time machine back to Jamerson-era Motown with the butter smooth round tones of the B-15R and feel what bass is supposed to sound like. Use the software to re-amp your bass tracks, add extra punch to the kick, or create spectacular vocal effects all with one package. Plus, with the included Bass Octave and Envelope Filter stomp effects, you'll create bass tones never before heard by the human ear. Now that's heavy. Ampeg SVX Studio works with all major DAWs and as a standalone for rehearsal and learning.
This special package also includes Sonoma WIreworks' Riffworks T4 recording software, Sonic Reality's AmpliGrooves backing tracks to jam with, IK Multimedia's Live guitar & bass amp and FX modeling software, and Mackie Tracktion 2 music production software
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A nice collection of amps. Well worth the money. A few of the presets make no sense unless you're into death metal, but it's quite easy to create and save your own custom setups, and many of the presets are already fine for a variety of music. If you also have Amplitube 2, the free X-gear download should allow you to access effects and cabinets from that software. Haven't tried it yet. The SVX has a limited amount of effects (Stompboxes all- no rack). I'm playing an Ibanez SR500 into it. The RiffWorks is a demo and the XGear was not on my disc but can easily be downloaded. Whether I'm playing into hardware or software guitar/bass effects I always go into a tube first. Something as simple as the ART Tube MP Project series, or a rack unit like the Aphex 207, that added tube presence makes all the difference to me no matter how great the effects programming. Heven't needed the Stealth plug. I'm going in through a Line 6 UX1 interface. Works fine.