From shred to salsa, Digital Performer's amp modelling tools can cater for any guitar style.
One of the biggest developments in Digital Performer 8 was the addition of a new suite of plug-ins targeting guitar and bass players. DP9 took this even further, adding synth guitar-type capabilities and multiband distortion.
In this workshop, we'll look at how to get the best from the three amp simulators introduced in DP8. Note that the amp plug-ins themselves don't include cabinets — you'll need to use one of the rooms described later, and choose the desired cabinet and miking, to assemble a final guitar sound.
Both individually and together, the three amps cover the main guitar amp domains of...
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