FREE: AmpliTube British Invasion Bundle (for a limited time)

For 1 week only IK is offering the unique opportunity to get the AmpliTube British Invasion Bundle (a $/€60 value) absolutely FREE when you download, register and authorize the AmpliTube Custom Shop. The AmpliTube Custom Shop comes with 24 gear models (chromatic tuner, 9 stomps, 4 amps, 5 cabs, 3 mics and 2 rack effects).…

Image porn: Gibson’s 2017 range is totally badass

Gibson has finally released it’s mouth-watering electric releases for this year and we’re already organising that second mortgage in anticipation. From stunning Specials to sweet-ass 7 strings to tasty Traditionals, the new line looks great. Huzzah! Here are our picks: Les Paul Standard 2017 HP Les Paul Standard 2017 T   Les Paul Traditional 2017 T Les…

FREE: Positive Grid BIAS Pedal Distortion Pack (for desktop and mobile)

The Positive Grid peeps make the Rolls Royce of amp modelling software and until the second of January they’re giving away their killer pedal emulation software, BIAS Pedal Distortion for free! Included: 17 component-level emulation of distortion pedals. Tone Match Technology captures any distortion pedals. Seamless integration with BIAS FX. Fully customizable distortion modules. Share and…

NEW RELEASE: Audiotool launches free online audio editor, Probe

Audio editing without a single download? Yup, it’s possible now, thanks to a brand new online audio editor, Probe. Launched yesterday, Probe is a free HTML-based sample editor that has some pretty slick features – including a graphical EQ and onboard impulse responses from both Air and Voxengo. “Probe offers a variety of features such as…

NEW RELEASE: Mercuriall Spark Amp Package

The team at Mercuriall have just released the Spark, a VST/AU/AAX plugin that models four Marshall tube amplifiers, four cabs, four overdrive pedals and a set of the most common spatial effects. It looks pretty kick-ass. Amps include emulations of: Marshall AFD (four channels) Marshall JCM 800 (two channels) Marshall JMP Super Lead (two channels)…

2016 KVR Developer Challenge Winners Revealed

The 2016 KVR Developer Challenge has now come and gone with 41 entries having been judged, awarded and dismissed. The winner this year is developer Youlean who will be off to the NAMM Show in Anaheim, California in January, thanks to their slick-looking loudness meter plugin, the stunningly named Youlean Loudness Meter. Well done, Youlean. The winners are as follows:…