JamVox III v3.01
by Vox
(Vox Website)

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Operating System: Windows 7/Vista/XP
File Size: 103 MB
License: (All Paid software)
Price: USD 99.99
License Conditions:

Introductory price of $49.99

System Requirements:

Intel Core Processor, RAM: 1 GB, Display: 1,024 x 768 or higher

Last Updated: 2012-07-18
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Software Description

JamVox is a stand-alone software that melds Vox amp and effect modeling, Guitar Xtracktion technology and plug-in compatibility.

This program works like a virtual performance studio specifically designed for guitar players. It provides a huge selection of sought after guitar amps and effects - 19 amp models that range from high-gain to vintage, 12 speaker cabinets and 57 effect models. Effect models include 11 delay effects, 12 modulation effects, 18 standard pedal effects and 15 noise gate effects.

Guitar XTraktion or GXT III lets you isolate or remove the guitar parts on almost all available recordings. This makes learning and playing along with tracks much easier. Other features that the GXT III chips in include tempo change and loop playback. Finally you can also share your JamVox settings to other users worldwide via JamVox-Online. You can also search for a song and available settings for that song is easily downloadable.

Another unique feature of JamVox is its ability to support your DAW software via plug-in formats. VOX amp, cabinet, and effects modeling is available via plug-in for your song productions which will work even with the latest 64-bit DAWs.

Related Equipment:
Vox topped GuitarSite.com's list of the best guitar amps you can buy for less than $500

Changes in v3.01

  • Bugfix for JamVOX III Windows related crashes
  • Better video resolution for Windows users (640x480)
  • More Guitar Recording options
  • Quicker wave rendering
  • Bugfix for TobeLab LE loading issues
  • Bugfix for metronome tempo change bug when changing sample rate of audio devices.
  • Other improvements to performance and stability
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