One Giant Leap for Ampkind
Legendary guitar/bass gear on your Mac/PC
Captures the sound, feel and vibe of over 400 of the most sought-after guitar & bass gear ever.
Developed with top brands & artists
Official gear from icons like Fender®, Mesa/Boogie®, Orange®, Slash, Brian May, Joe Satriani and many more.
Covers the entire signal chain
Stomps, amps, cabs, speakers, mics, rooms and rack FX all in one interface, all routed the way you want.
All-in-one recording & performance studio
With an 8-track recorder + DAW, looper, tuner, practice tools and live features all in one.
Powerful recording in your favorite DAW
Works as an AAX / VST / AU plug-in to create killer guitar tracks anywhere.
The most realistic tones ever
IK’s DIM™ and VIR™ technology ensures AmpliTube nails the tone and feel of every piece of gear like never before.
What's new in AmpliTube 5
All new signal chain & routing freedom
An all-new drag & drop signal chain supports up to 57 simultaneous models, series / parallel routing and blended DI signal for unprecedented creative freedom.
New Cabinet section with VIR™ technology
Powerful new “Volumetric Impulse Response” radically transforms all 100+ cabinets in AmpliTube 5 with over 143,000 impulse response measurements in all.
Custom IR loader
Load, tilt and re-size your own impulse responses in place of any cabinet.
New Mixer with built-in effects
A new mixer lets you easily blend multiple cabs, mics and DI, with 19 new mixing effects, include some from T-RackS 5 to add a final studio sheen to any track.
129 brand new models, including 2 new stomps, 5 acclaimed amps, 2 new rooms, 19 new rack FX and over 100 completely re-captured cabinets.
Totally re-designed Custom Shop
Adds a more modern, easy-to-navigate design, and allows users to demo and unlock gear faster than ever.
They lured me in with one of their frequent freebies. By now, I'm disregarding them altogether...
Wow dude... Congrats for making the number one ignorant and stupid post of the month here on Gearslutz... The competition is high, but you won by a good margin. I give a sh** about how old tech is if it sounds good. I've played guitar for 30 years, owned several amps and tried almost all plugin...
I have hundreds of plugins, and IK are on the top 3 list for being unstable and slow. I am not surprised at all that successful artists are using their plugins, I myself have had *some luck* in the business and use them. That wasn't really my point though, my point is they mostly cater...