But please reconsider splitting this up into two separate versions. Take the SLO 100 for example. You said you are going top offer that amp in the "metal version", but I know that a lot of folks use it for Blues rock, like Warren Haynes does. From a design perspective I also can't see how this split-up into two separate programs would be better/easier for you Michael, but I'm no programmer.
In my honest opinion I suggest this tactic to you:
Flesh out what you want in included in the Final Version, and barring updates to the functionality etc.. make it just one program.
You could then build specialized amps (or effects) for any genre and offer them as add-ons to the core app. Herberts and Uberschalls for the high gain crowd, Dumbles and Trainwrecks for the blues/rock guys etc...
I would say US $20 would be a fair charge for each additional amp module, as that represents 1/10 of the price of the program. I'm not sure how you would have to re-program the core to accept add-ons but in the end I would think this would cater to you customers in a more complete way.
Thanks for your time and creating one of the most amp-like sims I have heard.
Evilted wrote:For someone like me who needs something really versatile,splitting Revalver MK2 into more 'specialised' versions is a little disappointing.
I've read a lot of negative comments about Guitar Rig 2,but it's versatility is great.I agree it's not as good as RVMk2 soundwise,but the range it can cover make's it very suitable for recording.
I understand I probably don't speak for the majority,and Metal and Blues aren't so big here in the Uk,but it'd have been great for Revalver to expand as a single unit.
Gonna try the new beta out,curious about this new distortion unit!