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#1 archtopeddy

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Posted 16 March 2014 - 06:58 PM

Questions keep coming up about what's in the Amplifi app.  I thought I'd pull up a tone and see what I find.  (Anybody can do this. Just load the free Amplifi app on your iPhone/iPad, pull up a tone, go to "Editor" and start snooping around)  AE

 

77 Amps (9 Clean, 24 American, 18 British, 26 Hi Gain)

8 Wahs

15 Stomps

23 Mods

14 Delays

15  Filters, Synths, and Pitch

15 Reverbs

 

Clean Amps:

No Amp

Tube Instrument Preamp

Line 6 Piezacoustic 2

Line 6 Variax Acoustic

1987 Jazz Clean

Line 6 21st Century Clean

Line 6 Super Clean

Line 6 Sparkle Clean

Line 6 Super Sparkle

 

American Amps:

1958 Tweed B-Man

1953 Small Tweed

1960 Tiny Tweed

1964 Blackface 'Lux

1965 Double Verb

1963 Blackface Vibro

1967 Double Show

1972 Silverface Bass

1960 Gibson Expo

1967 Wishbook Silver 12

1960s Super O

1962 Super O Thunder

1960 Two-Tone

1985 Cali Crunch

1993 Match D-30

1996 Match Chief

2001 Zen Master

1996 Mini Double

Line 6 Class A

Line 6 Mood

Line 6 Bayou

Line 6 Twang

Line 6 Crunch

Line 6 Boutique #1

 

British Amps:

Brit Gain 18

1965 Plexi 45

1968 Plexi Lead 100

1968 Plexi Jump Lead

1968 Plexi Variac’d

1968 Brit Plexi Bass 100

1969 Brit Plexi Lead 200

1996 Brit JM Pre

1990 Brit J-800

1992 Brit Gain J-900 Clean

1992 Brit Gain J-900 Dist

2003 Brit Gain J-2000

Brit J-2000 #2

1960 Class A-15

1967 Class A-30 Top Boost

Class A-30 Fawn

Citrus D-30

1973 Hiway 100

 

High Gain Amps:

1987 Brit Gain Silver J

1993 Solo 100 Head

2001 Treadplate Dual

2001 Cali Diamond Plate

2002 Bomber Uber

2002 Bomber X-TC

2002 Angel P-Ball

2003 Connor 50

2003 Deity Crunch

2003 Deity Lead

2003 Deity’s Son

2002 Mississippi Criminal

Line 6 Modern Hi Gain

Line 6 Spinal Puppet

Line 6 Chemical X

Line 6 Purge

Line 6 Insane

Line 6 Argo

Line 6 Lunatic

Line 6 Treadplate

Line 6 Big Bottom

Line 6 Chunk Chunk

Line 6 Fuzz

Line 6 Octone

Line 6 Smash

Line 6 Throttle

 

Gate:

Noise Gate

 

Vol:
Volume

 

Wah:

Line 6

Fassel

Weeper

Chrome

Chrome Custom

Throaty

Conductor

Colorful

 

Stomp (Drives and Dynamics):

Facial Fuzz

Fuzz Pi

Screamer

Classic Distortion

Octave Fuzz

Killer Z

Tube Drive

Boost + EQ

Bass Overdrive

Bronze Master

Red Comp

Blue Comp

Blue Comp Treb

Vetta Comp

Auto Swell

 

Mods:

Sine Chorus

Analog Chorus

Line 6 Flanger

Jet Flanger

Phaser

U-Vibe

Opto Tremolo

Bias Tremolo

Rotary Drum + Horn

Rotary Drum

Auto Pan

Analog Square Chorus

Stereo Square Chorus

Stereo Expo Chorus

Random Chorus

Stereo Square Flange

Expo Flange

Lumpy Phase

Hi Talk

Sweeper

POD Purple X

Random S & H
Warble-Matic

 

Delays:

Analog Delay

Analog Delay w/Modulation

Tube Echo

Multi-Head Delay

Sweep Echo

Digital Delay

Stereo Delay

Ping Pong Delay

Reverse Delay

Echo Platter

Tape Echo

Low Rez

Phaze Eko

Bubble Echo

 

Filters, Synths, and Pitch

Auto Wah

Dingo Tron

Clean Sweep

Seismik Synth

Double Bass

Buzz Wave

Rez Synth

Saturn 5 Ring Mod

Synth Analog

Synth FX

Synth Harmony

Synth Lead

Synth String

Bender

Tape Eater

 

Comp:

Compressor

 

EQ:
EQ

 

Reverb:

‘Lux Spring

Standard Spring

King Spring

Small Room

Tiled Room

Brite Room

Dark Hall

Medium Hall

Large Hall

Rich Chamber

Chamber

Cavernous

Slap Plate

Vintage Plate

Large Plate

 


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#2 charlyg

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Posted 16 March 2014 - 08:04 PM

Yeoman's work there eddy!

 

And there are 30 amps in the HD 500x. So there are more effects in the Pod HD, but more amps in Amplifi.


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Pedals - Eleven Rack w/FCB1010(PROM2), Soul Food(JHS), 5 iStomp
Recording - iPad mini ,iTrack Solo, Sonic Port


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Posted 16 March 2014 - 09:18 PM

+1
Don't own one myself.. But well done. This should be sticky'd.
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Posted 17 March 2014 - 04:57 AM

all the info/details are essentially here: 

http://line6.com/sup...help/model.html


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 05:14 AM

^^^^^^^^There are 77 amp models in the Amplifi. The toneport list is lacking. Line6 says Pod Farm, not toneport.


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Amps - AMPLIFi 150, Tweaker 15(head)>ADA SS(JBLs), Yamaha THR10, Ampeg MicroVR>PB-212
Pedals - Eleven Rack w/FCB1010(PROM2), Soul Food(JHS), 5 iStomp
Recording - iPad mini ,iTrack Solo, Sonic Port


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 05:37 AM

the toneport has zero amp models.

toneports get amp models from either gearbox (OLD) or pod farm (CURRENT)

the list may not have been updated anytime recently... but the info applies model to model for the amplifi as well... 100% positive.

it basically just tells you what was modeled etc... if they tweaked it or whatever for amplifi... its still based on the same information.

 

 

^^^^^^^^There are 77 amp models in the Amplifi. The toneport list is lacking. Line6 says Pod Farm, not toneport.

 

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Posted 17 March 2014 - 05:39 AM

i did find a more current and complete listing here:

 

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#8 archtopeddy

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Posted 17 March 2014 - 06:12 AM

i did find a more current and complete listing here:

Thanks!! This greatly adds information to the list of Amplifi amps, pedals, and settngs.  The list is useful since it tells us exactly what's in the Amplifi, and cross-referencing to the pdf file lets us learn about the specific amp, pedal, etc.  It's time to start cookin' up some tones!  AE


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 06:21 AM

I still don't see the Pod Farm connection...


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Pedals - Eleven Rack w/FCB1010(PROM2), Soul Food(JHS), 5 iStomp
Recording - iPad mini ,iTrack Solo, Sonic Port


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 06:33 AM

pod farm got their models from the x-series.

the x3 has all the pod farm and all the model pack models in it.

 

the pod x3 has the same models as pod farm.

 

even if they tell you that magical blue leprechauns came from an obscure village just south of gargamels castle and made special fairy dust models for the amplifi units...

the models are still based on the ones DOCUMENTED here....

the documentation does not affect the sound.

 

in other words... if you want to know what the models in your amp are based on... it's in the PDF.

 

 

 

I still don't see the Pod Farm connection...


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 06:35 AM

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The AMPLIFi engine is based on the POD Farm algorithms.

 

If you look at the models for POD Farm Platinum, basically a fully loaded PODxt, PODxt Live or POD X3 (X3 comes fully loaded), that is what the AMPLIFi's models are based on.

 

Currently the AMPLIFi does not seem to have all the POD Farm Platinum models.


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 06:56 AM

According to Digitech, they were able to use complete algorithms(full lexicon reverb as one example) on the iStomp because  it only held one model at a time(more room than on mfx). I would assume(I know) that Pod Farm plugin algos might be more robust than what are in the Pods?


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Amps - AMPLIFi 150, Tweaker 15(head)>ADA SS(JBLs), Yamaha THR10, Ampeg MicroVR>PB-212
Pedals - Eleven Rack w/FCB1010(PROM2), Soul Food(JHS), 5 iStomp
Recording - iPad mini ,iTrack Solo, Sonic Port


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 07:31 AM

I don't think that would be accurate.

the model quality does not scale in that sense.

 

much like an mp3, if the file is encoded at 128k that's what it will use to play regardless of the player.

the models where built at a certain quality and that's that.....

 

digitech was probably able to model their istomps at a higher quality level because of their intended use.

 

if it was just a matter of running them on better hardware...

all these models would be in the pod HD's or pod X4 as it would more aptly be called.

 

 

According to Digitech, they were able to use complete algorithms(full lexicon reverb as one example) on the iStomp because  it only held one model at a time(more room than on mfx). I would assume(I know) that Pod Farm plugin algos might be more robust than what are in the Pods?


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 07:48 AM

That is why I keep using the term plugin. Could it be the case they are different than what goes into specific hardware? Avid made a box, the Eleven Rack to use their plugin models so.........I dunno


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Pedals - Eleven Rack w/FCB1010(PROM2), Soul Food(JHS), 5 iStomp
Recording - iPad mini ,iTrack Solo, Sonic Port


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 07:50 AM

it's highly unlikely that they re-did the modeling. i'm pretty certain that they would move forward with new models being HD or whatevers next... long before they go back and remodel these.


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 08:01 AM

is it true to say that the amp models are from the POD X3 family but the effects are from the M Series family?


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 08:18 AM

I've never heard that... highly doubt it.... but can't say with certainty.

 

is it true to say that the amp models are from the POD X3 family but the effects are from the M Series family?


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 08:19 AM

is it true to say that the amp models are from the POD X3 family but the effects are from the M Series family?

Nope... There's some overlap, but most of the effects are different.

 

The effects are the same as POD Farm and the X3 series, for all intents and purposes. Although, there are some difference in the way the effects respond. For instance, the one clip I made and put up her, I made a delay go into a smooth self-oscillation. That was something you could never do with the XT or X3. I'm not so sure if POD Farm would do that or not.


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 08:21 AM

Can anyone point me to a shootout between the HD models and the Pod Farm models? I will take it with the usual youtube grain of salt, or even a written review would be cool...


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Amps - AMPLIFi 150, Tweaker 15(head)>ADA SS(JBLs), Yamaha THR10, Ampeg MicroVR>PB-212
Pedals - Eleven Rack w/FCB1010(PROM2), Soul Food(JHS), 5 iStomp
Recording - iPad mini ,iTrack Solo, Sonic Port


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 11:41 AM

I think my HD500 PCB is actually labeled Pod X4

I don't think that would be accurate.
the model quality does not scale in that sense.

much like an mp3, if the file is encoded at 128k that's what it will use to play regardless of the player.
the models where built at a certain quality and that's that.....

digitech was probably able to model their istomps at a higher quality level because of their intended use.

if it was just a matter of running them on better hardware...
all these models would be in the pod HD's or pod X4 as it would more aptly be called.


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 11:46 AM

not surprising, i think its all called something more familiar in development... and then they hand it over to their marketing guys to reinvent the reinvention of all inventions. :D

 

i think my DT50 box even said vetta on it.

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I think my HD500 PCB is actually labeled Pod X4
 


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Posted 17 March 2014 - 12:00 PM

Seriously? That's funny.

not surprising, i think its all called something more familiar in development... and then they hand it over to their marketing guys to reinvent the reinvention of all inventions. :D

i think my DT50 box even said vetta on it.
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Posted 17 March 2014 - 12:01 PM

Yeah, i can't say they all come like that though.. i got a very early one.

 

Seriously? That's funny.
 


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