TOPIC: S-Gear v3.0 is now available

S-Gear v3.0 is now available 1 month 2 weeks ago #23922

The best amp sim even got better! Thank you very much for the drive thru pedal, it adds a nice color to every amp, and I really look forward to try this out in detail.
Regarding pedals I'd love to have a compressor, a EQ (like Boss GE-7), and some kind of (auto)-wah pedal that is controllable via MIDI.

Thanks again!
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S-Gear v3.0 is now available 1 month 2 weeks ago #23923

Compressor for funk etc (I don’t use one often but it’s certainly useful to have access to) one. It’d be cool if it had a mix option so you can blend the compressed and uncompressed signal.

An octave would also be nice-to-have.

More drive pedals with different characters would also be cool (though I confess I haven’t explored the range of what’s possible with the existing one). I tend towards bluesbreaker.

Fuzz and univibe would also be cool.

I am a recent convert to amp sims. I have tried a few and I find S-Gear absolutely brilliant and I’m very grateful for how good the presets are. The manual is also really thoughtfully put together. There’s a lifetime of exploring just in S-Gear 3.

Thanks for your work.

M
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S-Gear v3.0 is now available 1 month 2 weeks ago #23944

Another great update - thanks Mike. I especially appreciate that all the core stuff still works the same way while accommodating the new functionality we got in the last few updates.
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S-Gear v3.0 is now available 1 month 2 weeks ago #23946

I've been using S-Gear for years and have been able to avoid buying pedals. thanks Mike.
I have been using S-Gear in hosted in Ableton to add VST pedal support but would prefer to simplify the rig and just use the S-Gear app. here's my list of go to pedal categories (no specific versions)

Great to see support for pedals in 3.0.2. Here's my wishlist:

1. Octaver - basic pitch shift
2. Univibe - add tremolo to any amp
3. EQ
4. Reverb like Valhalla (they have a cool / free VST)
5. Stereo Expander (I like Wider)

Are you planning on providing an SDK for plugin devs to use to support S-Gear?
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S-Gear v3.0 is now available 1 month 1 week ago #23953

Thank you, Mike, for v3, and for the generous upgrade policy!

FYI, I only learned of v3 (belatedly) because I happened to check the web site; I didn't get an announcement email. I don't recall ever unsubscribing to the newsletter, but it appears I haven't gotten one in over a year. I went ahead and resubscribed via my account settings. Hopefully this isn't an issue that's affected many others.
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S-Gear v3.0 is now available 1 month 1 week ago #23970

+1 for a Rangemaster style Treble Booster. Also a MXR type Phase pedal like EVH used and a Keeley-like compressor pedal.
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Long awaited best amp sim on the market if you ask me. A Treble Booster would be a nice complement for May/Iommi kind of tone, please consider it for future pedals developing (if not already on the way...).
Can't wait to install the update.
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S-Gear v3.0 is now available 1 month 1 week ago #23973

No amp sim suite is complete without a metal zone :) Really, everyone's already suggested everything. To the point about a gate between the preamp and the amp, you can make knobs available for the envelope follower's settings (sidechain from amp input). Of course, I trust you to find the right settings but it seems like an opportunity for user tweaking. The gate's insertion point can be toggled from the existing gate interface area with a small carrot dropdown for messing with the envelope follower’s settings. Even a fast/slow switch might be interesting or a variable control similar to sag.
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S-Gear v3.0 is now available 1 month 1 week ago #23977

TJLoredo wrote:

Thank you, Mike, for v3, and for the generous upgrade policy!

FYI, I only learned of v3 (belatedly) because I happened to check the web site; I didn't get an announcement email. I don't recall ever unsubscribing to the newsletter, but it appears I haven't gotten one in over a year. I went ahead and resubscribed via my account settings. Hopefully this isn't an issue that's affected many others.

Same for me.
Last edit: 1 month 1 week ago by Tchibeck. Reason: I made a mistake by using the quick reply without quoting what I was responding to
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S-Gear v3.0 is now available 1 month 5 days ago #23999

Surfy kind of spring reverb would be awesome, thank you for all that you do!
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S-Gear v3.0 is now available 4 weeks 1 day ago #24040

Well, as fate would have it this morning I finally ... bought the bx_greendrive to use with S-Gear 2.9. This afternoon I thought "I wonder when S-Gear 3 will be out?". LOL. I guess I should have checked Scuffham's site first.

Thanks Mike. No matter what I try from the competition I always come back to S-Gear.
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S-Gear v3.0 is now available 2 weeks 4 days ago #24098

If love to see a germanium fuzz (I build lots of pedals and good germanium just keeps getting harder to find), something like a Boss OC-5, and a booster like the Naga viper. Ooh, and an EP-3 preamp 😄
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