SimulAnalog Guitar Suite 1.0
The bundle includes a total of seven tools that provide simulation for stompbox (distortion, super overdrive, overdrive, modulations and phaser) and two guitar amplifiers (Fender Twin 1969 and Marshall JCM900 Dual Reverb).
In order to use them a VST host is required. For testing purposes we used Reaper editing tool but you can choose any that is more familiar and suits your needs better.
In the case of the stompbox simulation the control knobs allows adjusting the values for gain, tone and level as well as speed and depth.
With the guitar amplifiers the set of options is different. Choosing the Marshall JCM900 Dual Reverb simulation you have the possibility to adjust the channel, reverb A and B, the volume, presence level and the low, mid and high frequencies.
Working with the Fender Twin 1969 simulator offers adjustments for the frequencies, the volume and bright levels.
Regardless of the plug-in you use there is the possibility to save a custom configuration into a preset that can be used at a later time.
Easy to use guitar simulation package
SimulAnalog Guitar suite is not difficult to use for audiophiles and professionals. It can be easily installed in any audio program that supports VST plug-ins.
Moreover, the package is free of charge and the developer makes available a total of nine guitar samples that can be used for testing all the plug-ins in the bundle.
Reviewed by Ionut Ilascu, last updated on May 14th, 2014
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