Of course, the aim of both products is to achieve credible guitar parts within a musical project, so we figured that a comparative review might be in order, to find out which virtual guitarist is best at this in practice?
Albino 2 runs on both Windows (Windows 95 or higher, 500 MHz or higher CPU) and Macintosh (Mac OS X v10.2.6 or later, 500 MHz or higher CPU) platforms, and requires at least 1024 × 768 (SVGA) monitor resolution. The software comes with a CD-ROM and a full manual (or it can be downloaded from the LinPlug Web site along with a PDF manual).
The amplifier package includes a pre-DSP send/return for dryrecording and wet monitoring, while a low-noise instrument inputensures guitar signal integrity. Balanced stereo XLR DI Out with groundlift is also provided, and 15 rear panel connectors allow routing forany application, plus full MIDI compatibility. A Windows editor isdownloadable from the Behringer Website free of charge.
The graphical interface is intuitive and straightforward to use. Thehomepage provides a composite view of the overall operation of anychannel, and full real-time metering is provided for all channels. Thesoftware is available now as a free download from www.klarkteknik.com. 2b1af7f3a8