AcmeBarGig releases DIG 2.0

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AcmeBarGig DIG 2.0

AcmeBarGig has released DIG 2.0, a full featured VST guitar amp simulator (4 plug-ins) based on 2 12ax7 tubes.

No Hooks, No Junk, just enjoy and make some great music.

DIG 2.0 features

  • Cabinet Shaper, filter + 3 equalizer strips.
  • Effects, Noise gate and mono/stereo delay.
  • Preamp Only, 2 tubes, post distortion filters and input and tone stack crossover.
  • Suite, combining the three previous plug-ins + Whisper, a separate amp designed specifically for clean guitar sound.
  • Presets with the ability to download and upload presets from acmebargig.com.
  • Manual (.pdf) included.

DIG 2.0 is available as freeware VST effect plug-ins for Windows PC.

Download DIG 2.0 here (getdropbox.com).

More information: AcmeBarGig

  • Cheddar Man

    This looks pretty interesting… however, I really hate when .exe files are used with freeware when all that’s presumably needed is the DLL file?

  • http://rekkerd.org ronnie

    The installer contains 4 VST .dlls and a manual, but perhaps more important it offers a “Freeware End User License Agreement” you need to accept before you can install the goodies.
    I think that’s a reason why some developers use the installers.

  • root

    1) there’s a freeware app called “universal extractor” which will extract embedded files from an EXE, (unless it’s compressed of course). but it worked for the DIG setup.exe.

    google it, download it, works great.

    2) using an installer has NOTHING to do with license agreements. people who use installers do so to impose themselves into your system. they want to embed their company name in your registry, create links on your start menu, and even create a hierarchy of install folders in your “program files” directory structure so that their company name is littered all over your hard drive… and if they include an un-installer these files are hardly ever deleted.

    on the dark side of this behavior are apps that hijack numerous file extensions, including ones that are not even remotely related to their app, install themselves as a driver, install browser links including homepage hijack, install spyware to phone home, and also install other apps like adware or another of their own products. apple does all this with their quicktime, safari, and ipod software. it’s completely evil, more evil than even the tricks microsoft plays. good thing VLC player plays MOV files, and that i can use VLC as a portable app, so i never have to install apple’s evilware ever again.

    the best way to determine what goes on when you do an install is to do it in a sandbox. i use sandboxie from sandboxie.com on most apps to ensure there’s no virus, malicious registry behavior or just stupid overwriting of system files, like the MFC visual studio complier runtimes to some older version.

  • http://www.acmebargig.com Ken McLaren

    ROOT

    Are you trying to say in a round about way that we AcmeBarGig are trying top hijack systems?

    Gimme a break…

    Little afraid of good natured freeware from a company?
    There is no MALWARE IN ANY OF OUR PRODUCTS!!

    With suggestions like that it makes me wonder what company you are working for?

    Did you find any malware in our software? because if you didn’t then the only decent thing to do is edit your post. This is good natured freeware thats all!

  • http://www.acmebargig.com Ken McLaren

    Ronnie, I included the installer so that people who did not know how to install software to their shared VST plugin folder can do so with the install. Also to have the license agreement displayed. So you’re wrong ROOT..

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