djdnduc's Review of Amplitube Cs For IpadReviewed on 9/2/19 1:55 PM
I bought the dimebag package and I CANT EVEN GET TO IT LIKE I HAVENT EVEN BOUGHT IT. the first day I got it I could mess around with the dimebag amps and stomps but now I’m looking for it so I can buy it again like? And the App Store SAYS I paid for it. I’m so frustrated
MN.Mike's Review of Amplitube Cs For IpadReviewed on 9/2/19 1:55 PM
I wish the Roland amp Chorus depth & rate would work like they do in vibrato. Thanks, Michael
Ra Ares's Review of Amplitube Cs For IpadReviewed on 9/2/19 1:55 PM
Besides the the app not working from time to time like now it’s cool...
KFB6277's Review of Amplitube Cs For IpadReviewed on 9/2/19 1:55 PM
Absolutely the worst customer service I’ve dealt with in a long time. Bought the IRig2 HD and have been trying for two days now to get the full version that its supposed to come with it. I’ve put in help tickets that have not been responded to, and tells me the page does not exist when I try to check the status. Ive tried to call the customer service phone number in the US and it just rings, nobody answers. I’ve looked on the internet and this seems to be a common problem with their product that they don’t care to make right. It forced me to put at least one star, but if zero was an option, I would chose that!
Timcos222's Review of Amplitube Cs For IpadReviewed on 9/2/19 1:55 PM
Had used in 2015/16 a lot with no issue but now the app crashes too often and isn’t useable
nighttraindj's Review of Amplitube Cs For IpadReviewed on 9/2/19 1:55 PM
Gear purchased: iRig HD pro duo and iPad charging cord. Slash bundle. First, the charging cable claims it charges your iOS device but the advertising is accurate though misleading. Does not charge the interface. Need batteries or 500 mA power supply that you can’t get from IK Multimedia. Power supply for daisy chaining a pedalboard will suffice. Then you need to update firmware before the cable will power/charge iPad. I attempted on my Mac OS Mojave. Nothing. Then tried on PC Win 7 SP 1. Now the hardware is functional IF the Apple iOS device is plugged in LAST(very important). Gear comes with various entry line programs for Win/PC that all will request payment to make them anything close to garage band-like functionality. The bundle was not same as advertised, but AmpliTube can be used in garage band, so start there. Tones are solid 4/5, but you can do yourself a huge favor and get full version of PRotools 10 and 11 bundled with elevenrack, which will run about $600. If you unlock everything in amplitube’s bundle to “pro/HD/Ultimate” levels, you will pay waaay more than $1000, I think the DAW is $800 alone). Things to know about my suggestion is that PT 10/11 can be co-installed, older plugin support has been eliminated with advent of subscription Pro Tools. PT 11 stops compatibility at win7 SP1 and ?? Mac snow leopard or mountain lion?? The hardware for this is plastic and is not going to stand up to a tour circuit, but works fine to pack in a backpack. Elevenrack is heavy and rack mountable. Other similar product called eleven free in PT 10.3.7 and PT no longer supports many of the old bundled plugins that came bundled in 2011. I suggest skip the mobile setup and go real deal. We spend huge chunks of cash on hardware to sound good. This app can help you, but I just can’t trust the hardware to stand up to the test of time. Won’t replace it when it breaks, but can still use Amplitube in Garage band. Go that route if looking for portability. Hardware > $200 should have steel housing if the software is going to be priced this high. IK should be very forthcoming on the charging cable, MIDI cables should not have ~1\8” headphone plugs that hook to the interface, and this is good software executed very poorly by available hardware. Also note iPhone and iMac are one purchase. IPad is pay a second license. What baffles me is how IK chose to completely screw up a great app by executing its usability so poorly. You will spend over a day making all of this “portable solution” work. And don’t forget to buy a daisy chain power supply cable for a guitar pedalboard if you want to avoid the 2 AA batteries that people talk about replacing every 20 minutes. Good luck to both buyer and seller. Cust. Service did contact me via email after 2-3 days.
Randy Willcox's Review of Amplitube Cs For IpadReviewed on 9/2/19 1:55 PM
Is fine. It does what you need. A bummer I wasted my free upgrade to the "essentials bundle" when I got my iRig 2 HD. It gave me more tones, but you still have to drop another $20 to get all 8 tracks to record on. I mean, 2 tracks? This isn't the 50s. But there are good ipad multitrack apps. Get a dedicated ipad DAW and use that. Then you have the best of both worlds.
mandrews00's Review of Amplitube Cs For IpadReviewed on 9/2/19 1:55 PM
Ever time I open the app, I now get a pop up ad that I have to close out before I can use the ap. Today after closing out the ad, it re-appeared 10+ times before I finally was able to make it stay away. Crazy. I wish I had never bought their hardware which pairs with the ap, just because of this one issue. So ridiculously annoying. Puts me in a bad mood before I even start playing guitar.
Studderman's Review of Amplitube Cs For IpadReviewed on 9/2/19 1:55 PM
Great way to play without having to spend $1000s on am-s and pedals and sound effects . Everything you need in one app. Yes it does cost money, people want are complaining like it supposed to be free!! Its well worth the money and sounds like the real thing(too its counterparts). Amps, pedals, sound effects, mics, and so on. Stop complaining people. Its well worth it.
Captain Custerdome's Review of Amplitube Cs For IpadReviewed on 12/27/17 6:25 PM
I’ve used AmpliTube Mac for a long time as well as on iOS. With proper tweaking, it does a good job. My main gripe now is that the audio output does not recognize AirPods as an audio device, which could greatly enhance the usability of this app. Secondly, there are too many add-ons one must buy. There should be an all-inclusive bundle that isn’t overpriced, considering we are talking about simulation of real gear on a device that typically has an inferior audio path compared to a pro recording studio.