For the Amps EZmix Pack, we dove headfirst into the vaults of the the last few decades of guitar inspired music and came back out with a complete songwriting tool box for anything from rock and blues to pop and country guitar. Need an 80s "Purple Rain"-esque sound? Call it up. Want a gritty twang guitar? Call it up. A soaring lead sound, a bluesy rhythm guitar or a fat rock bass? Call it up - it's all in there with the other 50 pro-designed signal chains based on guitar/bass amp/cab simulation including effects and stomp box processing.
• Classic sounds starting from the 50s Tweed amps leading up to the modern day hi-tech variations
• Emulations of some of the most recorded and recognized tube amps
• British and American tube amp modeling
• Sparkly clean and saturated hi-gain
• Classic retro and modern industry standard speakers and cabinets
• Emulations of some of the most renowned stomp boxes
• Complete studio setup signal chains run through outboard, FX and stomp box emulations
After seeing this it reminded me I had EZmix2..I'd almost forgotten about it and never really used it. Went back to some old mixes to see if it could tweak a few things and it actually wasn't bad. I really liked some of the vocal and guitar enhancements. I think I might give the amps a spin...it certainly is priced right...even better if you buy a 3 or 6 pack.
Dear Toontrack, please go back to making innovative drum samples and players. Thank you.
Having almost all of their drum stuff, I'm thinking it's gets redundant after awhile...with their whole library what more do you really need? I'm glad they are venturing into new territory. I"ve used EZkeys on a couple of songs and have been happy with the results. Just bought the EZamps to give it a spin.
It's only you guys who think they've given up on drum samples. Why, I don't know?
They continue to make and release EZX's and SDX's.
Gearslutz just seems to be a bitchfest these days. Half the people in this thread complaining about the Amp Ezmix pack haven't even tried it.
At least tell Nir-Z to his face he's 'an old man'.