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Audiffex MultiDrive Pedal Software Download
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The team at Audieffex hand-selected eight of the most famous overdrive guitar pedals and carefully modeled their circuits to create detailed software...Read More
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The team at Audieffex hand-selected eight of the most famous overdrive guitar pedals and carefully modeled their circuits to create detailed software emulations of each one. Made for ampLion, MultiDrive Pedal includes virtual recreations of the Brian May Booster, Dunlop MXR Distortion+, Pro Co RAT distortion, BOSS Overdrive OD-1, BOSS Super Overdrive SD-1, Ibanez Tube Screamer TS-9, Ibanez Tube Screamer TS-808, and the BOSS Metal Zone MT-2. All eight emulations can be used individually in combination with other plug-ins from Audieffex Pedals suite for even greater flexibility.
Legendary overdrive and distortion pedal plug-ins.
- Legendary overdrive and distortion pedal emulations
- Eight virtual pedals to choose from
- Get the right tone for just about any style
- Made for use with ampLion
Get the right tone for any style, order MultiDrive Pedal today!
MultiDrive Pedal Software Download
- Guitar Line effects require a computer that meets at least the following specifications:
Windows: CPU with SSE2 support (Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64 and newer)
Mac: Intel Core
CPU speed 1.6 GHz, recommended 2 GHz
Windows 7, 8 (32-bit/64-bit) or Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8
20 MB of HDD space
VST/AU/RTAS host application
The individual plug-ins of the Guitar Line are compatible with the following technologies:
Virtual Studio Technology (VST 2.4, VST 3)
Real Time Audio Suite
They are tested for compatibility with all major host applications, for example
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Bought this thinking it would run in Pro Tools 11, after all, I met all the requirements for the download specifications that they listed. After much searching and a headache I found out that the plugin is a .dpm file, which is not supported in PT11. Thanks for wasting my time and money!!... Maybe list in the description next time what DAW's are compatible, one's that actually work.. After all that, opened the pedals up in Cubase and was not impressed at all with the sound I was getting, BAD product!
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