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Re: MP-1 plugin from Nembrini Audio...!
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Yes, it's a great demo of the software itself, and it would be the cheaters way of recording the MP-1 if like us, we already own it.
For someone who never had the good fortune to play through an actual MP-1, or any other ADA gear for that matter, it would be a good way to get an idea what it sounds like and how easy it is to use.


 Yes I feel that it would in no way be the same experience, I say it might wet your appetite but you have to dive into it and play the MP- for yourself and feel the response because it moves in your hands and under neath your fingers when you play which no modeling software is going to do.


 And I know there are so many people that have jumped on the Kemper modeling thing and even the Fractal MP- 1 patches but it really is not the same. If you have played any of the real amps and are familiar with the way they response it is not the same thing! Yeah I know close enough for some people but to me there is always something sterile or unnaturally compressed that many younger players that have never played through the original equipment or have not spent a lot of time on it will think it's the same thing, bt it's not.


For me personally I'll pass on all of this plugin and modeling business - but I'm not hating, just not for me.
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Re: MP-1 plugin from Nembrini Audio...!
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Yes, it's a great demo of the software itself, and it would be the cheaters way of recording the MP-1 if like us, we already own it.
For someone who never had the good fortune to play through an actual MP-1, or any other ADA gear for that matter, it would be a good way to get an idea what it sounds like and how easy it is to use.


 Yes I feel that it would in no way be the same experience, I say it might wet your appetite but you have to dive into it and play the MP- for yourself and feel the response because it moves in your hands and under neath your fingers when you play which no modeling software is going to do.


 And I know there are so many people that have jumped on the Kemper modeling thing and even the Fractal MP- 1 patches but it really is not the same. If you have played any of the real amps and are familiar with the way they response it is not the same thing! Yeah I know close enough for some people but to me there is always something sterile or unnaturally compressed that many younger players that have never played through the original equipment or have not spent a lot of time on it will think it's the same thing, bt it's not.


For me personally I'll pass on all of this plugin and modeling business - but I'm not hating, just not for me.

EXACTLY ^^^^

I own one piece of modeling gear - ONE. It's a Wah, with wah models inside. It has some dirt boxes (aka distortion/overdrive) but I don't use them....that's what the AMP does. I have never felt great about the modeling stuff, and I've tried them all (so far).

Playing with guys that bring a 'modeling rig' make me smile. I enjoy taking their lunch money and kicking sand in their face - hahaha

Modeling gear sounds good in my headphones, but never really did anything for me in a live situation.

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Re: MP-1 plugin from Nembrini Audio...!
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Great demo, go Leon :thumb-up: , it certainly made me want to get one of my MP-1s working.  And as a plug in to record with, it seemed pretty good (not that I've futzed with other modelling stuff).  I was a little underwhelmed with the clean compared to the real thing, and he didn't dwell there....  I wonder how this stuff goes if you plug it through a live rig with decent volume, e.g. does it feed back like tubes do???  As DJC says, you feel it in all sorts of ways when you play MP-1 live and loud.  Then again, is that this plug ins purpose?  or just to have as another (very good) tone tool in you studio setup?
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Re: MP-1 plugin from Nembrini Audio...!
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EXACTLY ^^^^

I own one piece of modeling gear - ONE. It's a Wah, with wah models inside. It has some dirt boxes (aka distortion/overdrive) but I don't use them....that's what the AMP does. I have never felt great about the modeling stuff, and I've tried them all (so far).

Playing with guys that bring a 'modeling rig' make me smile. I enjoy taking their lunch money and kicking sand in their face - hahaha

Modeling gear sounds good in my headphones, but never really did anything for me in a live situation.

Not true

You own and use a GX700  :lol:  You just don't use the amo modelling.

Personally began with modelling gear, but I never ever tried to get a specific piece of equipment sound.  I just tried to get a sound I liked.  If I am honest I had a good run with the Boss GT stuff, but weirdly I went in reverse as the one I used the most was the GT5.  Even recorded our first 7" single using an amp model and then boosted with it's analogue drive sections.

As for this MP1 plug in.  I'd use if it I didn't own 3 MP1s.  I couldn't possibly say if it was like the real thing or not unless I tried it but I don't have a need for it so I wont bother.

If others get some use out of it then hell yeah use it, but I tend to switch of when I see something claiming to be the same as something because usually it just isn't even if it sounds good.
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Re: MP-1 plugin from Nembrini Audio...!
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Dante,

   I'm sure somebody is already doing that by now
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Re: MP-1 plugin from Nembrini Audio...!
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I'm checking it out now. Do you guys think it has too much gain? Maybe they modelled a modded MP-1?
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Re: MP-1 plugin from Nembrini Audio...!
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I'm checking it out now. Do you guys think it has too much gain? Maybe they modelled a modded MP-1?


 No the stock MP-1 has a lot of gain by itself but it can be perceived that way since you're going into you DAW and desk top monitors.
That plug in I found a bit buzzy which can make you think it has more gain than it does. :-) 
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