I am not the actual Beezow, but I am the one and only beezow of this forum. I once tried to have it changed to something else and was denied, so beezow I remain. :lol: Just keep tweaking man, it could be the IR's your using too, some are really good and some are not so good.Hello I wanted to ask two things here.
First and foremost, are you the REAL Beezow Doo-Doo?????
Second, does anyone know of any new amp sims that are free and can do metal well?
The original list is a couple of years old so I just figured I would ask.
When I plug in, none of these sims sound like they do in the videos at all. (I did not know until now about the hpf and lpf on Lecab, I will try that)
But im not even close, when I try Le456 it sounds like Doo Doo (no pun intended doo doo) and on the video here it actually sounds good Any other tips besides lecab hpf?
Refer to the first post....they are plugins, and you have to have a DAW of some sort to host them. Basically, download Reaper, put the files in your VST/plugin folder and load them in the DAW.So I'm interested in trying out some of these sims. I've downloaded off the russian link above, but it only comes up as a text file on my macbook. Am I missing a program that would open said files or are they not Mac OS friendly?
Did you refresh your plugin list? Sometimes you have to for new plugins to show up. As far as the hybrit not being on, i'd probably need a screenshot. It could be as simple as the power button on the VST not being on though...I know lecab loads turned off so you have to click the power button to enable it.I have downloaded lecab, but it doesn show up in my VST list despite being in the same folder as the lepou amp sims. Also I have added the hybrit to my effects chain, but the sound hasn't changed. I imagine I have missed a step in monitoring.