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Amp Farm


The Amp Farm controls are designed to be simple and intuitive, making Amp Farm instantly understandable and extremely easy to use. Amp Farm provides a wide variety of sounds modeled after some of the most popular classic amplifiers - and all that tonal flexibility is very simple to access. Nothing could be easier than recording guitars with Amp Farm. There are three basic steps: (1) Plug your guitar right into your Pro Tools interface; (2) Pull up the Amp Farm TDM Plug-In in your Pro Tools session; (3) Set the knobs the way you like them, and lay down your tracks.

Your Amp Farm amp set-up can be changed at any time, even after tracks are recorded, with full automation. You can even switch amps on the fly, and everything is stored right in your Pro Tools session. A library of presets is also included to make it even faster to get just the guitar tones you're looking for. Once you've tried the Line 6 Amp Farm, you'll wonder how you ever recorded guitars any other way. This revolutionary, intuitive Plug-In lets you say goodbye to the hassles of working with traditional amplifiers - the hauling, the buzzing, the special miking techniques and more - and ushers in a new era of guitar recording for digital audio workstations.

FEATURES

Line 6 exclusive TubeTone uses a 100% digital software technology to physically model the sonic properties of tubes and emulate the tone generating circuitry of classic amplifiers
The easiest -- and most powerful -- way to record guitar with TDM-equipped Pro Tools systems
Supports up to 96 kHz sample rates with Pro Tools|HD systems Add a whole collection of classic guitar amps to your studio -- all programmable and automatable
Record your guitar signal direct and change your amp setup at any time -- enjoy a whole new freedom when recording guitar tracks
Amp Farm includes TubeTone Amp Models developed from extensive studies of thirteen classic amps*: 1959 Fender Bassman, 1965 Fender Twin, 1964 Fender Deluxe, 1964 Marshall JTM 45, 1968 Marshall Plexi, 1990 Marshall JCM 800, 1960 Vox AC 30, 1963 Vox AC 30 with top-boost, 1994 Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Trem-overb combo, 1995 Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier head, 1989 Soldano Super Lead Overdrive head, 1987 Soldano X88R Preamp, and 1996 Matchless Chieftain*.