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Why You Need Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions for Your Guitar Rig



Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions for Ampire




If you are looking for a way to enhance your guitar sound and recording experience in Studio One, you might want to check out Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions. This is an expansion pack for Ampire, a guitar amp simulator that leverages State Space Modeling technology for realistic re-creations of classic guitar amps, cabinets, and pedals. In this article, we will show you what Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions can do for you, how to install and use it in Studio One, and how to compare it with other guitar amp modeling software.




Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions – for Ampire



What is Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions and why you should use it




Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions is an extension pack for Ampire that adds 29 legacy amp models and 10 legacy cabinet models from the original release of Ampire. These models cover a wide range of tones and styles, from clean and crunchy to heavy and distorted. You can mix and match different amps and cabs, as well as use the built-in effects, tuner, and impulse response loader to customize your sound. Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions is compatible with Studio One 4.6 or higher, and works both as a standalone application and as a plug-in in your DAW.


There are many reasons why you should use Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions if you are a guitar player or producer. Here are some of them:



  • You get access to more than 40 amp models and 20 cabinet models that emulate some of the most iconic guitar gear ever made.



  • You can create authentic and diverse tones that suit any genre or mood.



  • You can save time and money by avoiding the hassle of setting up and maintaining real amps and cabs.



  • You can record your guitar tracks with high-quality sound and low latency.



  • You can experiment with different combinations of amps, cabs, effects, and mic placements to find your ideal tone.



How to install and use Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions in Studio One




Installing and using Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions in Studio One is easy and straightforward. Here are the steps:



  • Download Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions from the PreSonus Shop or from AudioZ . You will need a PreSonus account to purchase or activate the extension.



  • Extract the downloaded file to a folder on your computer.



  • Open Studio One and go to Studio One > Options > Locations > VST Plug-ins. Click on Add... and browse to the folder where you extracted the extension. Click OK.



  • Restart Studio One. You should see Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions in your browser under Effects > Instruments > PreSonus.



  • To use Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions, drag and drop it onto an audio track or an instrument track with a virtual instrument that outputs MIDI notes (such as Presence or Impact). You can also insert it as an effect on an existing audio track or instrument track.



  • Once you have Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions on your track, you can open its interface by clicking on the plug-in icon or by double-clicking on the plug-in name in the mixer or inspector. You will see a graphical representation of the amp, cab, effects, tuner, and settings sections.



  • To select an amp model, click on the drop-down menu next to Legacy Amp in the upper-left corner of the interface. You will see a list of 29 amp models categorized by type (Clean, Crunchy, Heavy) or by brand (Fender, Marshall, Vox, etc.). Click on the one you want to use.



  • To select a cabinet model, click on the drop-down menu next to Legacy Cab in the upper-right corner of the interface. You will see a list of 10 cabinet models categorized by size (1x12, 2x12, 4x12) or by brand (Fender, Marshall, Vox, etc.). Click on the one you want to use.



  • To adjust the amp settings, use the knobs and switches on the amp panel. You can change the gain, volume, tone, presence, and other parameters depending on the amp model. You can also switch between different channels or modes if available.



  • To adjust the cab settings, use the knobs and switches on the cab panel. You can change the mic type, mic position, mic distance, and room size. You can also load your own impulse responses by clicking on the IR Loader button and browsing to your IR files.



  • To add effects, click on the Effects button in the lower-left corner of the interface. You will see a pedalboard with four slots for effects. You can choose from 13 effects pedals, including overdrive, distortion, fuzz, chorus, flanger, phaser, delay, reverb, and more. To select an effect pedal, click on the drop-down menu on each slot and choose the one you want to use. To adjust the effect settings, use the knobs and switches on the pedal. To bypass or enable an effect, click on the footswitch on the pedal.



  • To tune your guitar, click on the Tuner button in the lower-right corner of the interface. You will see a tuner display that shows the note name, frequency, and tuning accuracy of your guitar signal. To adjust the tuning reference, use the knob next to the Tuner button. To mute or unmute your guitar signal while tuning, click on the Mute button.



  • To access more settings and options, click on the Settings button in the top-right corner of the interface. You will see a menu that allows you to change the input source, output level, oversampling rate, latency compensation, MIDI control, and user interface size.



What are the features and benefits of Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions




Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions is a powerful and versatile guitar amp modeling software that offers many features and benefits for guitar players and producers. Here are some of them:



  • It provides realistic and accurate simulations of classic guitar amps and cabs using State Space Modeling technology that captures every nuance and detail of the original hardware.



  • It offers a wide range of tones and styles that can suit any genre or mood. You can choose from clean and warm amps like Fender Twin Reverb or Vox AC30, crunchy and punchy amps like Marshall JCM800 or Mesa Boogie Mark IV, heavy and aggressive amps like Peavey 5150 or Engl Powerball, and many more.



  • It allows you to customize your sound with various effects pedals that emulate some of the most popular stompboxes ever made. You can add overdrive, distortion, fuzz, modulation, delay, reverb, and more to your signal chain.



  • It lets you tweak your sound with advanced cab settings that let you change the mic type, mic position, mic distance, and room size. You can also load your own impulse responses for more flexibility and realism.



  • It integrates seamlessly with Studio One and works both as a standalone application and as a plug-in in your DAW. You can record your guitar tracks with high-quality sound and low latency. You can also use Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions with other virtual instruments that output MIDI notes (such as Presence or Impact) to create synth-like sounds or layer different sounds together.



How to create different tones and styles with Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions




One of the best things about Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions is that you can create different tones and styles with it by mixing and matching different amps, cabs, effects, and settings. You can experiment with different combinations and find your own unique sound. Here are some examples of how to create different tones and styles with Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions:


Clean and warm tone




If you want a clean and warm tone that is suitable for jazz, blues, or country, you can try the following setup:



  • Amp: Fender Twin Reverb



  • Cab: Fender 2x12



  • Effects: Compressor, Chorus, Reverb



  • Settings: Gain at 3, Volume at 5, Bass at 6, Mid at 4, Treble at 5, Presence at 6, Reverb at 4



This will give you a smooth and rich sound that has a nice sparkle and depth. You can adjust the settings to your preference and taste.


Crunchy and punchy tone




If you want a crunchy and punchy tone that is suitable for rock, pop, or indie, you can try the following setup:



  • Amp: Marshall JCM800



  • Cab: Marshall 4x12



  • Effects: Overdrive, Delay, Reverb



  • Settings: Gain at 7, Volume at 8, Bass at 5, Mid at 6, Treble at 7, Presence at 8, Overdrive Level at 4, Delay Feedback at 3, Reverb Level at 2



This will give you a tight and aggressive sound that has a lot of bite and sustain. You can adjust the settings to your preference and taste.


Heavy and distorted tone




If you want a heavy and distorted tone that is suitable for metal, hard rock, or punk, you can try the following setup:



  • Amp: Peavey 5150



  • Cab: Mesa Boogie 4x12



  • Effects: Distortion, Flanger, Reverb



  • Settings: Gain at 10, Volume at 10, Bass at 8, Mid at 4, Treble at 6, Presence at 9, Resonance at 8, Distortion Level at 6, Flanger Depth at 5, Reverb Level at 3



This will give you a powerful and brutal sound that has a lot of low end and harmonics. You can adjust the settings to your preference and taste.


How to compare Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions with other guitar amp modeling software




Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions is not the only guitar amp modeling software available on the market. There are many other options that you can choose from depending on your needs and budget. Some of the most popular ones are:



NameFeaturesPrice


Bias FX 2- Over 100 amp models and 200 effects pedals- Dual signal path and dual amp processing- Guitar Match technology that emulates different guitars- Celestion speaker IRs and custom IR loader- ToneCloud community for sharing presets- Works as a standalone application or as a plug-in in your DAW$99 - $299 (depending on edition)


Guitar Rig 6- Over 50 amp models and over 250 effects modules- Intelligent Circuit Modeling technology that recreates analog components- Modular approach that allows you to create custom rigs- Custom IR loader and Room reverb module- Works as a standalone application or as a plug-in in your DAW$199 (or included in Komplete)


Axe-FX III- Over 250 amp models and over 2000 speaker cab IRs- Over 400 effects types- UltraRes technology that captures every detail of speaker cabs- Quantum Amp Modeling technology that models every aspect of amps- Works as a standalone hardware unit or as a plug-in in your DAW via USB$2499 (hardware unit)


Kemper Profiler- Over 200 amp profiles and over 300 effects types- Profiling technology that captures the sound of any real amp- Rig Manager software that allows you to manage your profiles and presets- Works as a standalone hardware unit or as a plug-in in your DAW via USBtd>$1799 - $2399 (depending on edition)


As you can see, each of these guitar amp modeling software has its own strengths and weaknesses, and the best one for you depends on your personal preference, budget, and workflow. However, some of the advantages that Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions has over the others are:



  • It is more affordable and accessible than the hardware units (Axe-FX III and Kemper Profiler).



  • It is more compatible and integrated with Studio One than the other software (Bias FX 2 and Guitar Rig 6).



  • It is more simple and easy to use than the other software (Bias FX 2 and Guitar Rig 6).



  • It is more realistic and accurate than the other software (Bias FX 2 and Guitar Rig 6).



Conclusion




Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions is a great addition to your guitar arsenal if you are using Studio One as your DAW. It gives you access to more than 40 amp models and 20 cabinet models that emulate some of the most iconic guitar gear ever made. You can create authentic and diverse tones that suit any genre or mood. You can also customize your sound with various effects pedals, cab settings, and impulse responses. You can record your guitar tracks with high-quality sound and low latency. You can also compare Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions with other guitar amp modeling software and see how it stands out in terms of realism, compatibility, simplicity, and affordability.


If you are interested in Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions, you can download it from the PreSonus Shop or from AudioZ . You will need a PreSonus account to purchase or activate the extension. You will also need Studio One 4.6 or higher to use it. You can try Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions for free for 14 days before buying it.


So what are you waiting for? Get Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions today and unleash your guitar potential!


FAQs




What is the difference between Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions and Presonus Ampire XT Metal Pack?




Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions is an extension pack for Ampire that adds 29 legacy amp models and 10 legacy cabinet models from the original release of Ampire. These models cover a wide range of tones and styles, from clean and crunchy to heavy and distorted.


Presonus Ampire XT Metal Pack is another extension pack for Ampire that adds six new high-gain amp models and six new cabinet models that are designed for metal music. These models are more modern and aggressive than the ones in Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions.


Can I use Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions with other DAWs?




Yes, you can use Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions with other DAWs that support VST, AU, or AAX plug-in formats. However, you will need to have Studio One installed on your computer to activate the extension. You will also need to add the folder where you extracted the extension to your DAW's plug-in locations.


Can I use Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions with a real guitar amp or cab?




Yes, you can use Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions with a real guitar amp or cab if you have an audio interface that allows you to connect your guitar to your computer and send the processed signal back to your amp or cab. You will need to use the direct input (DI) mode in Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions to bypass the cab simulation. You will also need to adjust the output level in Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions to match your amp or cab's input level.


Can I use my own effects pedals with Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions?




Yes, you can use your own effects pedals with Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions if you have an audio interface that allows you to connect your pedals to your computer and send the processed signal back to your pedals. You will need to use the insert mode in Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions to insert your pedals into the signal chain. You will also need to adjust the input level and output level in Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions to match your pedals' levels.


Can I share my presets with other users of Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions?




Yes, you can share your presets with other users of Presonus Ampire XT Classics Extensions by using the preset manager in Studio One. You can save your presets as .preset files and export them to a folder on your computer or a cloud service. You can also import presets from other users by using the import function in the preset manager. You can also share your presets on the PreSonus Exchange, a community platform that allows you to upload and download presets, loops, sounds, and songs for Studio One. dcd2dc6462


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