I’m looking for a way to create and record feedback usually created when holding your guitar infront of the amp. I saw a Youtuber showing some cool pedal and he had these crazy feedback sounds I - till date - only got from live setting.
So how to create that in a line-in - headphoned - home situation when you want to record it?
I found a Plugin from Softube:
which costs something.
Is it do-able with Cubase 12, maybe even with onboard tools?
Or are there ways / Plugins which are free?
Thankful for ideas!
There is also https://www.bluecataudio.com/Products/Product_AcouFiend/, but that costs 79 bucks as well. I don’t know of any freeware or other plugins that do that. Not aware that Cubase offers something like that.
I’d wait for a sale on the Softube version, maybe you can get it for half price or so.
It actually is: 45€ - the link doesn’t show it…
If anyone knows of free methods in Cubase or the Native Instruments “universe” please post here
Have you searched the KVR plugin database?
Wow this site seems to have many plugins and virtual instruments!
May be the best way is to use a Digitech FreqOut pedal in a reamp loop. I never tried to use it in a reamp loop, so no warranty it does work…
I now own this pedal:
Fairfield Circuitry is the manufacturer.
It’s described as: Active Feedback Loop
I guess the live situation feeling is yet to be found or simply only possible by doing live
There’s nothing sweeter than a direct reaction from your amp when getting closer to it.