If you download the Two Notes Wall of Sound plugin for DAWs, it has amp simulators based on tube type, i.e. 6v6, EL34, etc. Incredible piece of software that will work with any load box. Dozens upon dozens of cab sims to try out and purchase.I know the Ox can act as an attenuator, and I know it has cabinet simulators, but does it have any amp simulators? In other words, could you run it direct into a DAW without using an external amp?
I think it all depends on how you want to patch your amp into you DAW. If your amp has a line out, that’s an easy patch. I do think you can run a pedal board direct to your DAW, and then use the WoS software for the amp and cab sims. Never tried it.Very interesting. So now I'm wondering if I even need the Ox. Do you think the Two Notes Wall of Sound ca do everything in-the-box, i.e., without the need for a load box? I've struggled to capture a great guitar sound and I'm looking for ideas.
That should work well, I just don't know how it will sound. You wont be able to patch an amp in unless it has a line out. That's where the Captor is a really cool toy/tool. The WoS plugin comes as a bonus if you purchase one.Thanks. I do have a Focusrite Saffire 6 USB audio interface, so perhaps that can get the guitar into the DAW (I have Reaper) to then take advantage of Two Notes amp and cab simulators. I'll send the question to Two Notes. I know there's amazing technology out there today, but it's more a question of us old school guys figuring out how it all works.