by EXE Consulting
5.0 / 5     (1 votes)
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LG2Amp is a low gain guitar amp simulator.

Renaming the .vst3 extension to .dll will cause this plugin to be loaded as VST2, but with many hosts, saved projects will not be re-opened with correct parameter settings.
Faydit Dec 09 2017
(5 / 5)
Dec 09 2017
Nice sounding series with a lot of tweaking options.
Anonymous Oct 29 2017
Oct 29 2017
Please rename the .dll extension to .vst3 and move it to the expected location for VST3, for example: c:Program FilesCommon FilesVST3 . I just experimented with Cubase 9 Elements, and the .vst3 version seems to be working fine. The VST3 wrapped as VST2 (i.e. the unrenamed .dll version) won't store/restore parameter changes properly and as you found may have other characteristics that Steinberg doesn't like. I also uploaded a "Rescue Pack" of renamed .vst3 plugins including the new Distortion / Fuzz Pedal emulators for those viewers here who haven't yet downloaded anything. It should prove to be more convenient: http://www.execonsultingtx.com/download/rescue-packs/
Kevin Jul 28 2017
Jul 28 2017
This series sounds good... it's a pity that any time I try adding one of these amps to a song, it soon crashes Cubase. Tried with all of them. As soon as I remove the amp, Cubase is stable again. If I can find out why then I'll re-evaluate them.
EXE Consulting Oct 12 2017
Oct 12 2017
Sorry it took me so long to see this comment, but I appreciate your letting me know about this problem. I doubt I can get Cubase NFR, but I'll try.