5 May 2021

AmpliTube 5 gets some new gear

The free update adds 4 synth filters and more

May 5, 2021 – AmpliTube 5 has been updated to version 5.0.3 for Mac/PC.

This new version unlocks a complimentary high-gain amp module, the SLD 100 amp, and a 4x12 Metal T cabinet for all users, including the free AmpliTube 5 CS.

In addition, there are 4 new synth filters for AmpliTube 5 and AmpliTube 5 MAX users, which we ported over from IK's Syntronik:

  • Filter O: A model of the iconic Oberheim® state variable filter (found in the Oberheim SEM)
  • Filter R: A model of the famous Roland® IR3109 filter chip (found in the Juno-60 and Jupiter-8)
  • Filter M: A model of the legendary Moog® transistor ladder filter (found in the Minimoog and Modular Moog)
  • Filter C: A model of the famous Curtis® CEM3320 filter chip (found in the Prophet-5 and Oberheim OB-Xa synthesizers)

Synth filters are an incredibly powerful way to sculpt your guitar or bass tone. We're pleased to be offering these new sound-shaping tools!

Version 5.0.3 also optimizes various functions and features as well as includes different fixes for issues some users might have experienced. We recommend all AmpliTube 5 users update for the best experience.

To get updated on Mac/PC, launch the IK Product Manager, go to Manage My Products, and use the Update button next to AmpliTube 5.

To get your new modules unlocked after updating, open the Custom Shop, click your username in the upper right and select Restore My Purchases.

Changes from version 5.0.2:

What's new
New Filter C, Filter M, Filter O and Filter R rack effects are now available for free for all AmpliTube 5 and AmpliTube 5 MAX users and are purchasable a la carte via Custom Shop for all other users.

SLD 100 amp, 4x12 Metal T cabinet and Brit V2 speaker are now added to AmpliTube 5 CS collection and unlocked for free for all users.

Fixed a potential issue using the cabinet split in the first chain
Fixed TBP-1 reversed buttons and non-functional MUTE
Fixed British Lead 1 and British Lead 2 missing MID knob
Fixed '59 Bassman LTD incorrect "Normal" channel name on GUI
Fixed misspelling on BPM sync for T-Rex Replica
General reliability improvements


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