Guitar Amps Pt. 19:45
Listen to and learn about many classic amps and hear their software simulations.
Guitar Amps Pt. 28:17
Listen to and learn about many additional classic amps and hear their software simulations.
Effects Pt. 110:08
Learn about various types of distortion and delay effects.
Effects Pt. 29:06
Learn about reverb, compression, wah, vibrato, octave, and whammy effects.
Cabinet, Mic & Control Room Simulators4:41
Learn about how different guitar cabinets, microphones, and a virtual control room help you get a production ready guitar sound.
Splitting into Multiple Amps & Effects3:21
Learn how to use two different splitting tools to route a guitar signal to multiple amps and effects for way cool effects.
Automating to Add Motion5:42
Learn how to use your DAW?s automation to make the guitar sound come alive in your recordings.
Making Sounds Bigger & Wider6:48
Learn how to use various techniques to widen your guitar sound and make it sound really full.
Bass Amp Simulators7:28
Learn about the ways that a bass amp simulator and guitar amp simulator can take your bass sound to the max.
Mixing Different Guitar Parts7:09
Learn how to take several different guitar parts and make them work together in your production.
In this video tutorial series, studio guru William Sprawls shows newcomers the wonderful world of virtual amp plug-ins. Learn what you need to know to get started, and how to effectively use some of the different types of amp simulations available today!
Will starts out by introducing you to some of the most popular amp simulator plug-ins, Native Instruments Guitar Rig, and IK Multimedias Ampltitube, as well as previewing some of the most widely used amp types.
Will then goes into effects, cabinets, mics, splitting amps and effects, automating for more interesting sounds, layering and more.
See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If youre just starting out with virtual amp plug-ins and want a solid foundation, check out Beginners Guide to Amp Plug-Ins today!
Submitted 2 months ago
A brief but comprehensive series that also manages to include some useful tips for mixing. There is an emphasis on Guitar Rig but the concepts could be applied to any good amp sim
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