TonelibGFX OMG!!!!!

Discussion in 'General discussion' started by Rockaxe, Mar 6, 2019.

  1. Rockaxe

    Rockaxe New Member

    What to say............

    I Dont know what to say really, I'm just floored .
    And the fact GFX is also linux NATIVE!!!
    Please say this is here to stay!!!!

    Three questions though,

    1. Is this going to be a paid app?

    2. Is there a beta thread or forum I can join to report any bugs.

    3. Any objection to me making a youtube vid atm?

  2. zib

    zib New Member

    Great tool,
    IMHO, noise gate needs more efficiency but looks really promising
    Thanks to the team
  3. aerial7

    aerial7 New Member

    I registered so I could say the same thing; all of the ToneLib stuff is just astonishing!

    I have had so much fun over the last few days jamming with GFX -- the presets are very well done and a few of them have all kinds of great music falling out of my guitar.

    As a programmer, I can fully appreciate just how much work went into each of the ToneLib apps.

    I'm off to try ToneLib Zoom for android!
  4. Alex

    Alex New Member

    Is there any way to control the GFX with my zoom g1xon effect pedal? I mean, all I need is changing presets and controlling effects with the expression pedal
  5. Codger12

    Codger12 New Member

    I've played around with it. Using my G5n and extended range speakers. Having a hard time getting a good sound out of it. Obviously took a lot of work and seems nice, I just must be doing something wrong. (I know how to make good presets with modeling gear so must be something else I'm missing.)
  6. Tonelib

    Tonelib Member

    What audio driver are you using in ToneLib GFX? ToneLib GFX is very susceptible to input signal level. We purposely do not use any kind of signal pre-processing (hardcoded noise gate, normalizer etc.) to imitate lamp stack. If you would like to reach better quality of sound, try to set up your input signal level.
  7. Codger12

    Codger12 New Member

    I am using asio driver. Also running it through the Zoom g5n. I am not new to modeling but the whole audio interface thing is new to me.
  8. Codger12

    Codger12 New Member

  9. Codger12

    Codger12 New Member

    So I didn't change anything except hooked it up to a frfr speaker. World of difference. Although I had to go back to the windows audio and a tiny bit of latency but not enough to spoil this awesome software !
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