I wanted to know how my different amp sim plugins sound in direct comparison: I have Amplitube 3 and 4 from IK Multimedia, Guitar Rig 5 from Native Instruments and the VGA2 from Studio Devil.
In this video I compare the different Leslie emulations that I have: VB3 built in Leslie, Logic X, Amplitube 3 and Guitar Rig 5.
I compared some of my Vintage Icon guitars with my James Tyler Variax: a Les Paul Goldtop with P90, a 335 model, a Strat and a Tele.
I compared the V2 Variax HD update with the previous version V1.9. Les Paul with P90, ES-335 , Stratocaster and Telecaster.
IK Multimedia Amplitube 3 sounds really good to me. This is a little demo of some newer amps. And Amplitube sounds good even if you don't play metal music ;-)
I compared the modeling sounds of the JTV-69 and the Variax 500 (Strat, Les Paul) with the magnetic pickups and the acoustic guitar models of the 8 year old Variax 500 with the new James Tyler Variax:
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In this video I show you how to play the solo from the Pink floyd classic "Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)".
Version 9.1.2+ of Apple Logic supports OSC natively. This means you can control it e.g. with TouchOSC on iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch.
As a guitar player I'm constantly searching for a better guitar tone. In the real world (Amps, Stompboxes, ...) and in the virtual world (plugins).
Here is a good way to use the Behringer BCR2000 with Apple Logic 9. It should basically work with all hosts that support the Mackie MCU protocol.