But I still can not run Amplitube 2 under wine with wineasio driver - no asio driver (only with directX driver)
I think someting is wrong with 32-bit windows application under 64-bit AVL. Or I screwed up something.
In 64-bit version I could not run windows application ( Amplitube 2) with wineasio driver .
Hi, have you tried using the latest version of Amplitube 3, the free 'Custom Shop' version?
It includes a useful subset of gear to build on.
Assuming you have reaper DAW, or a working carla win-vst setup, or festige, or fst-host etc
If it works for you, it has an option to add your existing legacy amplitube gear, which has worked for me.
It places A2 and other older gear in a submenu off the main gear menu. The Custom Shop should also work,
so you can test each model for a 48 hour stretch, once each year, no-hissing,
and purchase individual amps/effects based on your ears.
Amplitube4 is a separate product, with superior engine, but great deals come up sometimes,
and I think the same legacy gear option holds true, and I think I've read that the new engine
has a positive effect on the older models.
Have you tried the LePue Poulin free ampsims? These rival commercial products,
as do TSE, Ignite, and ACME Bargig Shred, details and links in posts athttp://www.guitarampmodeling.com
or search engines
I love the Poulin Solo C Fullstack, a Soldano sim.
edit, 'leCab' is a Poulin cabsim, you'll need a cabsim in your chain,
and there are two versions.
(Headcase from ACME Bargig is now free, at their facebook page,
but I could never get it's knobs working in wine, back in 1.4 era.
Maybe things are better these days. It's a great sim, worth keeping
a secret windows partition parked on a barge in the bayou, a bargepole length from
the dock, just to be safe. Those unawares, the Headcase amp models are embedded
in jpeg images of each amp, of which many have been freely donated by the sundry creators!
Shred is a predecessor to Headcase, using a different gui engine, and has a great mic placement implementation,
augmented by a range of room textures)
GrindMachine has a Free version, it's a great fun metal ampsim, (best Metal sim I've heard, but my ears
are pretty old)and I'm not even metallic, not yet, at least. These freebies should be flawless in reaper/wine
For many things, I find myself most often using Rakarrack, the jalv individual rakarrack ports,
and Guitarix, with the many plugins available. Once familiar with all the rak modules,
the ever growing list of guitarix models, and then their various settings-options,
you can make a set of great combos suited to your taste.