I like Speaker Breakup in the plugin, so why not have it in the Eleven Rack
Eleven Rack - Add more amps and cabs. Allow us to load our own cabinet impulses like the Axe-FX unit. Add Bass amps and mic pres/channel strips like the PODxt Pro.
1. Enable the "save" button to do 2 things instead of one, so that if pressed once quickly (held down for less than 1 second), it will temporarily save the adjusted rig settings from an edit session so that one can compare the edited rig to some other rigs without losing... more »
The unit has stereo outputs. Why no stereo delays? Hopefully, we'll see it in a firmware update if enough people request it.
For a live situation it would really useful to be able to turn off all amp modeling on Eleven Rack when you are running through a tube power amp or a traditional guitar amp.
You could use ER as a preamp only (like Mesa tri-axis) or similar.
A new feature similar to 'Rig Out Cab off' but have 'Rig Out Cab Off + FOH' so we can have cab modeling on the mains and it off on Output 1+2 simultaneously.
This way we don't need to manually setup patches everytime we want to run FOH and monitor at the same time. If this can be done, reverb needs to be included on the cab off option for Output 1+2.
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for comparing the edited preset with the original saved one.
now we have to scroll from one to the other.
By putting the "meter" in the output window you can instantly see what's going on.
quote from a tread on TGP:"I'm fascinated by what I've heard about third parties like Redwirez who I've heard have achieved new levels of realism in their speaker cabinet models than can be purchased, downloaded and introduced into one of your competitors devices".
Or maybe if Avid comes out with their own (extensive list of) IR's?
In response to HIro's request to post specific amp or FX emulations as individual ideas, I would like to suggest a model based on the Peavey 5150. While there are certainly more "boutique" high gain amps out there, the Peavey is fairly ubiquitous and most guitarists are familiar with the 5150 (which is now the 6505 or something like that).
Fairly flat response, clean, and relatively inexpensive for Avid to purchase or rent. JC-120's, although solid state, can be heard on numerous recordings and sound great clean, particularly when using active pickups (to my ears at least).
If you haven't played an original Marshall Shredmaster, go on an immediate Monty Python style quest to find one. The original production units are stellar dirt pedals. These pedals sound fantastic in front of "anything," and a properly constructed model should as well.
Sometimes I just want to detune a 7 string, wear a strange mask, and play modern metal. A model of a Bogner Ubershall would definitely allow me to accomplish this. A model of this amp would, to my ears at least, need a new cabinet model to truly capture the low end "chug" of which it is capable.