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Up until now, the tone experience on iOS hasn't really developed to give the full dimension and response of a mic'd up rig, and other solutions haven't really provided the amazing user experience that guitar players should have on their iPad or iPhone. We decided to take this challenge head on to ensure JamUp truly re-creates the experience of playing through the most coveted guitar amps, and in some cases, way more fun.
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- It's an amazing experience to create music on mobile platform, we love its simplicity and creativity. We set out to experiment different user interface designs, observe and learn from our users, which leads us to provide a signal path approach to allow users create their tone with a simple drag and drop. When giving it in the hands of musicians, they instantly find it easy to creative the tone they want.
- Everything plays a part in the amplifier tone design. From the high level preamp and poweramp distortion, tone stack design, to the low level bright capacitor, blocking filter, cathode cap, power amp sag, and cabinet impedance interaction. We developed a unique MESH modeling technology, not only to capture the exact nuances of each amplifier in its killer setting, but also incorporated the dynamic performance of each model. At the end, it's all about the realistic touch and response.
- Deep understanding of the amplifier is the foundation of any good amps recreation and modeling. We searched the best models that match perfectly to the original design and had each serviced professionally. We collected extreme detailed information on each amplifier, including every component, detailed measurement and modeled, and considered every stage of the signal path.
- We use convolution processing to reproduce the selected cabinets. We not only captured the exact sound of the cabinets, but also considered their matched output stage and transformer. We paid extreme attention on the mic's selection and mic position, in many cases we incorporated a collection of mic's to ensure the truly reproduction of each cabinet.
- We also emulated an assortment of vintage and classic effects processors — from must-have stompbox effects to vintage analog units. Every week, we have new effects and processors under testing by artists and players and around the world.
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Amp Models Based On
- Acoustic Simulator Amp
- Roland® JC-120*
- Fender® Twin Reverb®*
- Fender® ’65 Deluxe Reverb*
- Fender® Bassman®*
- Fender® ’57 “Tweed” Deluxe*
- VOX® AC30 Top Boost*
- Marshall® 1959 100-Watt Super Lead Head*
- Marshall® JCM800 2203 100-Watt Head*
- 1992 *Marshall® JCM-900
- Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifier® Head*
- Mesa Boogie® 20/20™
- Orange® AD30*
- Bogner® Ecstasy Blues Channel*
- 2002 Peavey® 5150® MkII*
Effects / Racks / Utilities Based on
- Boss NF-1 Noise Gate*
- Noise Filter
- Maestro Echoplex EP-2 Tape Delay*
- Boss DD-7 Digital Delay*
- Roland® RE 201 Space Echo *
- Reverse Delay
- Echo Delay
- Dunlop Fuzz Face*
- Ibanez Tube Screamer*
- Boss OD-2 Turbo Overdrive*
- MXR M-102 Dyna Comp Compressor*
- Custom EQ
- MXR® Micro Amp *
- Boss® CS-3 Compression Sustainer *
- Teletronix® LA-2A® Compressor *
- Boss® MT-2 Metal Zone™ *
- ProCo Rat *
- Boss CE-1 Chorus Ensemble*
- Custom Flanger
- Mad Professor Mellow Yellow Tremolo*
- MXR Phase 100*
- BBE® Mind Bender *
- Leslie® 145 Rotary Speaker *
- Boss® AW-2 *
- Boss RV-5 Digital Reverb*
- Fender Spring Reverb Unit*
- Room Reverb Simulator
* All product names used in this webpage are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Positive Grid. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Positive Grid’s sound model development.