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tramp
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new GxFenderizer.lv2

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. . . and I make another one, the GxFenderizer.
This one is for those who love the clean solid state Fender amp sounds. It comes with a solo and a bright channel.

screeny:
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source code:
https://github.com/brummer10/GxFenderizer.lv2

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hermann
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RockVice77
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Re: new GxFenderizer.lv2

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Great to see so many new LV2 GX* plugins.
Any update on the horizon for the main Guitarix project?

finotti
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Re: new GxFenderizer.lv2

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Awesome! I can't wait to try it!

Is it a preamp emulation or does it also emulate the power amp?

tramp
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Re: new GxFenderizer.lv2

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finotti wrote:Is it a preamp emulation or does it also emulate the power amp?
It's based on the Fender Stage 160 preamp only.
RockVice77 wrote:Any update on the horizon for the main Guitarix project?
Some work has been done there as well, so support for lv2_urid_map lv2_urid_unmap and LV2_OPTIONS__options was added, which mean support for a couple more LV2 plugs.
A new commandline option was added -E --hideonquit, this makes the UI experience smooth when used as LV2 plugin exported by carla.
Some bugfixes has happen.
So when you use guitarix from git, you may notice some changes, maybe, but for a new release, I need to port all LV2 plugs finally to the new X11 based interface, which properly will take a couple of more month.
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houston4444
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Re: new GxFenderizer.lv2

Post by houston4444 »

Hi. Thanks for this new plugin.

I am trying it on Librazik3, I found globally the sound type of a fender amp, but I ear a sort of fuzz, without any preset modifications.
Is it normal ?
I like the clean sound of an hot rod (or twin), without any crunch.

Cheers.

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