AmpCraft 1992 – High Gain Legend
AmpCraft – 1992 is the first in a new line of amp modeling plugins. Focused on being the world’s most accurate emulation of the legendary high-gain tube amp used on countless albums and tours, this plug-in also includes 4 overdrive pedal emulations, a noise gate, and a two-channel IR loader with EQ and emulation. speaker drivers, with a selection of critically acclaimed Recabinet impulse responses.
Higher-than-equipment clean/crunch channel – Enjoy sparkling clean to mid-gain tones without the hassle, for versatile use in many music genres beyond hard rock and metal.
4 Overdrive Pedals:
808 – Based on the latest limited edition boutique Japanese “808” pedal with hand-picked vintage ICs, this is a smooth overdrive that perfectly sculpts attack all the way from blues to metal.
66 – Based on a modern boutique EQ/boost pedal,
The Stockholm is based on the legendary Japanese-built pedal known for its buzz saw distortion, which became a staple of the early Swedish death metal scene.
Djrive – Based on the modern boutique overdrive pedal that has become the standard instrument of today’s prog metal scene, this model has selectable vocals, making it useful in a variety of tunings to fine-tune the pickup’s attack response.
Noise Gate – The G8 model is based on the popular single-knob noise gate pedal, which has been fine-tuned for the needs of the modern metalhead.
2-channel IR cabinet loader with the following features:
4 included Cabinet IR packs from the Recabinet – Remastered collection, with 8 mic models per cabinet.
1960 4×12 – Based on the legendary modern British 4×12.
Green 4×12 – Based on the legendary vintage British 4×12 from the 70s.
Oversize 4×12 – Based on an American oversized 4×12 Baltic birch cabinet.
The Tangerine 4×12 is based on a modern British cabinet known for its classic sound and striking design.
Variable mixing – psychoacoustic level equalization in the center position.
Speaker dynamics control.
Stereo panning (when used in a stereo instance)
Adjustable short delay (useful when mixing IRs from different manufacturers to account for phase differences).
Solo and phase reverse switches.
Oversampling – up to 32x.