Antares Tube

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by LSchefman, Jul 15, 2004.

  1. LSchefman

    LSchefman Member

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    Easiest software ever. $79. Works on most platforms.

    Will lend a "tube warmth" , which is adjustable, or give you out-and-out distortion. Either way, you simply dial it in.

    Couldn't be simpler. Sounds great. Cheap.
     
  2. MichaelK

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    >> Sounds great.

    Really??

    From a guy who normally eschews tube modeling this is interesting...!
     
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    Does it come with a spray so that it smells like the real thing cooking?:D
     
  4. LSchefman

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    >>Really??

    From a guy who normally eschews tube modeling this is interesting...!<<

    I use it to deliberately futz the audio, not trying to make anything sound "real", like on synths, but I also do like it on snare.

    Anyway, I think it sounds good. Try it, for $79 you can't go wrong.
     
  5. MichaelK

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    >> I use it to deliberately futz the audio, not trying to make anything sound "real", like on synths, but I also do like it on snare.

    Gotcha. I use Amplitube for that, which does a great job IMO.

    >> for $79 you can't go wrong.

    True. I might give it a spin.
     

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