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IK Offers Free Upgrade

IK thanks Pro Tools Users with free upgrade to AmpliTube 2 Duo software and Ampeg SVX UNO

Modena, Italy (January 11, 2008) -- IK Multimedia is thanking their Digidesign Pro Tools customers by upgrading AmpliTube LE users to the new AmpliTube 2 Duo software and also giving them Ampeg SVX UNO for free.

AmpliTube 2 DUOAmpeg SVX UNO

Any customer who owns a Digidesign Pro Tools HD or LE product is eligible to receive the new plug-ins. All registered users of AmpliTube LE, which comes packaged inside the Digibundle, qualify for this free upgrade to AmpliTube 2 Duo, a major upgrade to new software with more amps and effects. These customers will also receive a free download of Ampeg SVX UNO bass amp and FX software. Both new products are readily available for download from the IK user area.

The AmpliTube 2 DUO features:

  • 4 Modules: Tuner, Stomp, Amp, Cabinet+Microphone
  • 2 Pre-Amp and 2 EQ models
  • 2 Power-Amp models
  • 2 Cabinet models
  • 16 Amp combinations x rig
  • 2 Microphone models
  • 2 Stomp Effect models (Wah + Overdrive) + Spring Reverb + Gate
  • High-precision Tuner
  • 2 Guitar rig chains
  • 30 Presets
  • All Presets can be read by AmpliTube 2
  • Plug-In and Standalone version with SpeedTrainer
  • New AmpliTube 2 DSM™ technology (Dynamic Saturation Modeling)
  • Compatible with all the most recent OS, including MacTel and Windows Vista

The Ampeg SVX UNO features:

  • 4 Modules: Tuner, Stomp, Amp, Cabinet+Microphone
  • 1 Amp model (based on Ampeg BA 500)
  • 1 Cabinet model (based on Ampeg BA 500 cabinet)
  • 1 Microphone
  • 1 Stomp Effect (Analog Chorus)
  • High-precision Tuner
  • Amped/Dry signal mix
  • 15 Presets
  • All Presets can be read by Ampeg SVX
  • Plug-In and Standalone version with SpeedTrainer
  • New AmpliTube 2 DSM™ technology (Dynamic Saturation Modeling)
  • Compatible with all the most recent OS, including MacTel and Windows Vista

For more information visit the IK Multimedia Website.

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