Dynatube recreates Marshall, Vox, Fender and Boogie sounds 29/03/06
CreamWare have introduced their Dynatube Guitar Amplifier Plug-Ins at the show. These are a set of precision
models of favourite classic guitar amps for the SCOPE platform. Creamware tell us they are following a â€œquality , not
quantityâ€� approach, so the Dynatube package consists of just four amp models â€“ the Dynatube JM
(a Marshall JCMTM replica), the Dynatube FT (a Fender TwinTM replica), the Dynatube VX (a
Vox AC30TM replica) and the Dynatube MB (a Mesa/Boogie TM Dual Rectifier TM replica).
JM Is For Marshall
The Dynatube plug-ins model not only the genuine sound of the respective amps, but also
their dynamic behaviour. Creamware claim that this enables players to play and interact with their amp plugins
in a very dynamic way, just like with the analog hardware amps. Dynatube also faithfully
emulates the sound of different speaker and microphone setups.
Included with the
Dynatube Guitar Amplifier Ensemble is also the Vinco DT plug-in, which Creamware say is a warm sounding and
easy to control vintage compressor.
The integration into the SCOPE platform allows the
player to add any further effects available on the SCOPE platform, pre or post amp. Like
all synths and effects on the SCOPE DSP platform, the Dynatube ensemble operates
without any latency.
Price and Availability
The Dynatube Guitar Amplifier set containing JM, FT, VX and MB will be shipping within
April 2006 and retails for 189 EUR.
Single Dynatube models, priced at 69 EUR each, will also be