Before I move on to the next app in my series of articles on the best amplifier/FX simulators out there for us iPhone users, I need to revisit my article on RiotFX. Did I mess something up? Did I leave something out? Was I paid for a better review? No. None of those things happened.
JamUp Pro is one of the more recent discoveries I’ve made in my quest for iPhone amplifier simulator perfection. I started with their free version (JamUp Lite), loved it and quickly made the jump to the Pro version. There are a few reasons for the quick leap towards the paid version. One, sound quality. Two,
PocketAmp Lite is another of the amplifier simulators for the iPhone that doesn’t give you the option to save your recordings. I wanted to mention that up front for three reasons. One, It’s probably the element of the app that brings me the greatest sadness. Two, this app has some seriously wicked sounds that warrant
Welcome to the first of my iPhone Amplifier Simulator/FX review articles. Knowing I needed to start somewhere, I looked for a structured way to start the process. What better way to start, than by starting in reverse order! Reverse order from my alphabetical More Impressive List that I shared yesterday that is. It made sense
I’ve written about AmpKit and GuitarTone recently on this Blog and I’ve even shared a couple of recordings made with those pieces of software. I’ve had a few other amplifier simulators on my iPhone for quite some time now, but I have wondered recently—I’m lucky enough to have a decent block of time to dedicate