ToneLib GFX

Discussion in 'Digital & Modeling Gear' started by Tonelib, Jul 9, 2019.

  1. Tonelib

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    Hello guys,

    It's my pleasure to share with you our latest project: ToneLib GFX, a freeware multi-platform collection of guitar amps, speaker cabinets and effects allowing for simplified use during recording sessions or while jamming.

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    Features:
    • 12 dynamic/filter effects;
    • 9 overdrive/distortion effects;
    • 18 thunderously accurate amps;
    • 16 modulation/SFX effects;
    • 11 delay effects;
    • 15 reverb effects;
    • metronome and drums player;
    • backing track player;
    • internal recorder.
    It also supports 3rd party impulse responses (IRs), offering even greater tonal flexibility. The ToneLib GFX comes as a standalone app and as plug-ins (AU, VST, VST3) for use with the most popular DAW.

    Just attach your electric guitar or bass using an audio interface and rock out! I hope you enjoy with it :dude.

    System requirements(links):
    Win64 (Win7 or later)
    OSX 64 (OSX10.9 or later)
    Linux (Ubuntu 16.04 or later)

    Your opinion and suggestions for improvements are very welcome!
     
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  2. Moe45673

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    Geez, dude, you're a beast.

    What's the catch?
     
  3. Tonelib

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    :beer
    :JAM
     
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    Elantric Silver Supporting Member

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  5. Ozan

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    Gotta check this out. Seems like zoom g series in a vst format which would be perfect.
     
  6. Ozan

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    Downloaded Tonelib GFX. This is definitely a no brainer for a free software. Haven't tried my IRs yet but will do for sure.
     
  7. JerEvil

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    Just installed...
     
  8. JerEvil

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    Ok... super easy to use and sounds pretty darned good! The Diezel is really nice.
     
  9. Ozan

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    Ok so my first feedback...IR selection should be more practical. When selecting your own IRs, it seems like everytime you need to select the IR folder then IR file again. It should be great to have 'up-down' kinda pop up button included near the IR file name to make browsing easier on the fly. Other than that UI is pretty simple not a single flaw overall.

    Btw, the included IRs in the file sound better than some of my Ownhammer IRs when compared 4x12 Brit cabs through the Plexi amp sim. Strange but true :) Will give it a shot once more. I feel like i need to work more on Amp Sims to find my taste but this vst will get the job done for sure.

    Especially delays and reverbs sound excellent for a free software!
     
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  10. ZDT

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    Truly amazing. Definitely the best free amp sims by far. I'm loving the choice of the Diezel and Mesa Boogie. Well made and very simple to use with tons of FX, amps, and cabs. But... an iPad app would make me more comfortable using it :)
     
  11. Ozan

    Ozan Member

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    Still can’t believe this thing goes for free
     
  12. valdiorn

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    hey man, this is awesome.

    Any chance this is open source? I have several pretty decent algorithms (I'm most proud of my noise gate and reverb algos :)), and I wouldn't mind sending you some pull requests if you're interested.
    I have a ~20 experimental algos going at the moment but what stops me from releasing them is usually building the GUI and the shell around them, which I take absolutely no pleasure in :)
     

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