In this video, Lonely Rocker walks us through all the routing and patching of TONEX Capture, IK's new hardware accessory for Tone Modeling. Then he covers the capturing process using his modified Marshall JCM 900 and compares the real amp against the TONEX virtual version. Along the way, there are helpful tips on how to get the most out of your captures.
Today it's all about the capture feature of TONEX. To me that's the most exciting part of TONEX even though it comes loaded with all kinds of amazing amplifiers right out of the box.
It really has bridged the real physical amp world with the modeling for me and my first foray into modeling. Think of the possibilities... if you've been eyeing your buddy's amp, just ask him to come over for 10 minutes and you can capture it and keep it for all eternity. It's quite amazing! I’m really excited to see where this all goes.
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Check out the intro pricing still available here on TONEX and TONEX MAX.
TONEX works as a standalone and plug-in for all the major DAWs, plus it's available seamlessly inside AmpliTube 5 with Tone Models appearing just like regular AmpliTube gear.
TONEX has two main sections: the Machine Modeler, where the AI Machine Modeling Tone Models are captured and generated, and the Player/Editor, where the Tone Models can be searched, browsed, played and their sound customized.
Plus the massive library of Tone Models on ToneNET can be accessed directly from TONEX software where you can instantly search, filter, demo and download Premium and user Tone Models.