OFFLINE Peavey ReValver HP Edition Virtual Guitar Amp Software

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  • Peavey ReValver HP Virtual Guitar Amp Software
  • 6 Peavey Virtual Tube Amps
  • 30 Linkable Submodules
  • 4 Power Amps
  • Stomp Boxes + Effects

OFFLINE Peavey ReValver HP Edition Virtual Guitar Amp Software

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Peavey's ReValver HP virtual guitar amp software comes with six outstanding virtual models of Peavey's finest tube amplifiers, plus thirty linkable submodules to model stomp box and rack effects for an extremely wide range of sounds. It can be used as a stand-alone virtual amplifier or with your favourite recording software, and delivers the best virtual amplifier tone on the planet.



Product Ref: 37942

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ReValver HP uses an exclusive algorithm to model amps by analysing the interactions of the components on the circuit level based on the amps' original schematics. This allows it to model every nuance with amazing accuracy. It also models a range of stomp boxes and effects, and boasts seven utility functions including a tuner.

Features/Specifications:

  • 30 Linkable Submodules
  • 6 Peavey Virtual Tube Amplifiers
  • 4 Power Amplifiers
  • Over 75 Speaker Simulations
  • 10 Stomp Boxes
  • 11 Effects
  • 7 Utility Functions
  • Parametric Filters
  • Graphic Equaliser
  • Noise Gates
  • Fully MIDI Mappable
  • Tuner
  • VST®, Audio Units™ Compatible
  • ASIO® / WDM, Core Audio™

Minimum System Requirements:

  • Mac:
    • Mac OSX 10.4 or later
    • 1GHz CPU
    • 512MB RAM
    • 1024 x 768 screen resolution
    • VST®/AU™/RTAS host or sound card
    • AU plug-in requires AU host
    • VST plug-in requires VST host
    • RTAS plug-in requires RTAS host
  • PC:
    • 1GHz CPU
    • 512MB RAM
    • 1024 x 768 screen resolution
    • VST®/RTAS host or ASIO®/WDM sound card
    • Microsoft Windows 2000/XP or later
    • VST plug-in requires VST host
    • RTAS plug-in requires RTAS host