Description of App
AmpKit is the ultimate guitar amps, effects and recording app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch*, now with iPad Retina display graphics and an even greater selection of gear in the Gear Store, including the first full-featured, modern bass amp available on iOS.
To enjoy the best possible tone with AmpKit, use Peavey AmpKit LiNK to connect your guitar or bass to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch*.
- The largest guitar and bass gear selection of any amp sim app: 36 amp channels, 24 effects, 21 cabinets, and 8 mics.
- A massive collection of presets: 114 in total!
- Five great cost-saving bundles including the new Summer ‘11 Pack with 6 brand-new amps, 6 cabs, and 4 new effect pedals.
- Powerful features including recording session mix down, Audio Copy & Paste, background audio support, and much more.
Premier Guitar: "AmpKit is the most impressive amp modeling software that I've encountered for the iPhone."
Ars Technica: "Agile Partners' better hardware, beautiful graphics, abundance of effects, and the ability to use more than three effects simultaneously make that application a winner in our book."
CrunchGear: "AmpKit's guitar tones are great! From crushing distortion to kooky tremolo, there are many tones to choose from and it is easy to navigate through the options with speed and efficiency."
This free version of AmpKit comes with the following gear:
- Peavey ValveKing amp (clean and lead channels)
- Two ValveKing cabinets (4x12 and 1x12)
- Two pedals (Noise Gate, Elevenizer overdrive pedal)
- Two mics
An amazing array of additional gear is available for purchase through AmpKit's in-app Gear Store, for a total of:
- 20 amps with 36 separate amp channels, each modeled after the actual circuitry of amplifiers from leading manufacturers.
- 24 effects pedals, including advanced noise reduction, tremolo, distortion, fuzz, reverb, delay, 10-band EQ, octaver, flanger, phaser, vibrato, chorus, boost, compressor, overdrive, and an all-in-one envelope filter + auto-wah + manual wah with accelerometer tilt support.
- 21 cabinets
- 8 mics
- More gear on the way!
- Support for true high-gain operation.
- Run a dozen or more effects at once.
- Hear the difference dual-stage amp simulation makes
- Amazing flexibility and tone control: place pedals virtually anywhere in the effects chain including after the cabinet and before and after the amp.
- Effects Only Mode allows you to use AmpKit as an effects processor connected into an actual amp.
- Mic positioning control.
- 114 predefined amp / pedal presets.
- Create and save an unlimited number of your own custom setups with Favorites and Locking.
- Share your favorite setups with friends via email.
- QuickJump: jump from one favorite setup or preset to another.
- Advanced recording: AmpKit creates both “dry” and “wet” recordings.
- Ability to "re-amp": re-record a previous session, applying a new amp and pedals setup.
- Recording session mix down: mix down a wet guitar recording with the backing track it was played with.
- Audio Copy & Paste: copy AmpKit recordings and paste them in other iOS apps.
- Paste audio from other apps into AmpKit, a great solution for multi-track recording.
- Instant access to your complete iPod music library so you can jam along.
- Download AmpKit recordings to your computer, email recordings, or share using SoundCloud.
- Multitasking Support / Background Audio: AmpKit can operate and produce audio when running in the background.
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*Except first generation iPod touch
I mentioned them on Twitter,
Only the metronome slider cannot be seen by VoiceOver
The app keeps getting better!
Glad to know that this is accessible
Ampkit on the Mac
Applevis saves the day again
Changing or adding amps
Thanks, but I was unclear
Oh, then try this:
This app was purchased by
This app was purchased by Ultimate Guitar and appears to have been abandoned. ToneStack from Yonac Software looks promising. Accessibility is a bit better than Amplitube and Mobile POD, but the tones are excellent. The app developer also acknowledged my initial request to improve VoiceOver support. It might be worth other musicians asking the same to gain more attention.
Ooo thanks Steve. I'll definitely give that a look. :)
I've given up lobbying Positive Grid, the folks behind the truly awesome Bias, Bias FX, etc. I love their build-your-own amp approach, but it appears they're not interested in accessibility. OH well, moving on. :)
Just to be clear with the free version.
So you only get one amp with the free version then? It's really unclear about what you get free versus the add-ons, and the description for the free version really applies to the plus version. Also, the prices are different for add-ons in the plus version of the app.
Can not connect my guitar
Perhaps I am missing something obvious. I own an Audient ID4 MKII interface with my mike and guitar connected to it. I don't see any way to select a channel to which is plugged in. I do see hardware and usb interface options, but trying to activate them leads to nowhere.