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AmpliTube Live Coming to Windows


July 29, 2004

IK Multimedia announced the upcoming release of AmpliTube Live as
stand alone application also for Windows in addition to the current version
for MacOS X. Plus, as an extra value , each AmpliTube Live box will include
also the AmpliTube LE plug-in in every format (VST, Audio Unit, DX and RTAS).

AmpliTube Live and LE give you:

A huge amp set-up in your computer – Combine 3 different pre-amp models and
related EQs with 3 emulated cabinets to craft a wide palette of guitar sounds
ranging from clean, to crunch, to lead.

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On-board Effects – A set of 4 classic effects are included, including a Spring
Reverb and 3 stomp-like effects including Wah-Wah, Delay and Overdrive, all
modeled on acclaimed classic guitar effects.

Built-in Tuner – AmpliTube Live and LE are a total solution for guitarists.
In addition to a host of amp selections and effects, there's also a chromatic
tuner, which makes it easy for players to stay in tune under any conditions.

Play live with the same feel as an actual amp – AmpliTube Live and LE plays
without any perceivable latency, according to the company. And it's easy to
use with no-need for special hardware or software (works with built-in Windows
audio cards) and no special set-up or configuration.

128 presets can be changed using MIDI foot controller – With 128 presets included
(64 factory-64 users), you can emulate the widest range of amp sounds, select
them live with any general MIDI foot controller (available in AmpliTube Live

Compatibility and Pricing

AmpliTube Live for MacOSX and Windows will be priced 99$/99 and it will be
available in September 2004 at your favorite IK Multimedia retailer.

For more information, visit their web site at

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