AmpFire

AmpFire is a special VST effect designed for metal guitar players. AmpFire is a preamplifier, distortion, power amplifier and speaker cabinet simulator in one. AmpFire does not contain effects (except for an input Noise gate). We focused on guitar-sound and low CPU usage when designing AmpFire. Plugins deriving from other manufacturers are easy to add to post-AmpFire VST series. Countless VST effects are available for this.

 

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There’s an input Noise gate in AmpFire, which is indispensable in highly amplified systems.

This is followed by a Preamp-Distortion unit, and a 3-line Equalizer (with a specific cut-off point frequency for every Preamp-Distortion unit)

Right after that comes the Amplifier-Cabinet unit and finally Bass, Treble, and Volume control.

 

The inner construction of AmpFire:

Acoustic Guitar Simulation

Acoustic guitar modeling from electric guitar sound

How many times has it occurred on stage or in a studio that a good acoustic guitar sound would have been needed, but that’s not easy to attain neither on a stage, nor in a studio. (just think of the acoustic feedback effect for instance) As an alternate solution, we model the sound of the acoustic guitar and generate it from the electric guitar’s. Several software solutions have been worked out for the simulation of the acoustic guitar’s sound, but none of the products have achieved a truly realistic sound so far. The simulation of AmpFire Acoustic Guitar is trying to fill up this empty space. The acoustic guitar simulation found in the AmpFire generates a piezo acoustic-effect guitar sound from the electric guitar sound with the help of a special algorithm.

The lost body-sound

When modeling the acoustic guitar one of the greatest challenges is generating the body-sound, typical characteristic of acoustic guitars. With the help of a special algorithm AmpFire adds this lost ‘body-sound’ to the sound of the electric guitar, generating the feeling of a piezo acoustic guitar’s sound. Currently AmpFire plug-in contains one body model, with tone control options.

Sound sample

Among the sound samples there’s a ‘before/after’ sample on our page, the first part of which contains the sound of an electric guitar without added effects, and then the same sound with AmpFire Piezo Acoustic simulation.

 

AmpFire Features:

  • Built-in Noise Gate
  • 16 Preamp/Distortion model
  • 4 Clean Amp Model
  • Acoustic Guitar simulation
  • 11 Distortion model
  • 3 band equalizer for every Preamp/Distortion model
  • 38 Amp/Cabinet model
  • Bass, Treble control
  • Loudness control
  • Separate Preset Manager
  • Over 80 Preset
  • Easy to use
  • Low CPU usage

 

AmpFire Specs:

Noise Gate unit:

  • Noise Gate On/Off
  • Threshold
  • Release

Preamp/Distortion unit:

  • Preamp/Distortion On/Off
  • Preset control
  1. Clean 1
  2. Clean 2
  3. Clean 3
  4. Clean 4
  5. Piezo Acoustic
  6. Tube Creamer
  7. Fuzzz
  8. Metal Charter
  9. Metal Machine
  10. Metal Style
  11. Power Metal
  12. Dirty Box
  13. Darktorsion
  14. Bat
  15. Poltergeist
  16. Noise Soldier

  • Level
  • Drive
  • Color
  • Presence
  • Low frequency gain control
  • Middle frequency gain control
  • High frequency gain control

Amp/Cabinet Model:

  • Preset control
  1. AmpFire CAB1
  2. AmpFire CAB 2
  3. Selection G12H
  4. Mandarin 4x12
  5. AmpFire CAB3
  6. Hit Watt
  7. Mpeg+Marsall
  8. Cox
  9. Phender DR
  10. Harley Beton
  11. AmpFire CAB4
  12. AmpFire CAB5
  13. 4x12 CAB+eq1
  14. Metal Style
  15. 4x12 CAB+eq2
  16. JGM 900
  17. Randoll
  18. PowerDude 1
  19. PowerDude 2
  20. AmpFire CAB6
  21. HighWidth4x12
  22. Meza style
  23. Mpeg 8x10
  24. Fender Passman
  25. CAB 4x12
  26. Meza 2x12 A
  27. Meza 2x12 B
  28. Sidewinter
  29. Pro Jr.
  30. AmpFire CAB7
  31. Marsall 1960
  32. Meza Cookie
  33. Death Metal
  34. Classic Metal
  35. Modern 1
  36. Modern 2
  37. Modern 3
  38. 90's Spirit


System Requirements:

  • Windows® base PC
  • Plug-in format: VST 32/64bit
  • Minimal: Pentium 1GHz / Athlon XP 1.33 GHz, 512 MB of RAM, Windows XP/Vista/7 32/64bit
  • Optimal: Pentium 2.4 GHz / Athlon XP 2.4 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, Windows XP/Vista/7 32/64bit
  • Intel-based Macintosh Computer
  • Plug-in format: AU/VST 32/64bit
  • Minimal: Pentium 1GHz, 512 MB of RAM, Mac OS X 10.5+
  • Optimal: Pentium 2.4 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, Mac OS X 10.5+