as i mention often, we are on the cutting edge of amp modeling, which is being created from scratch before our very eyes.Huge breakthrough today. Version 5.00 coming soon. I've struggled modeling the cathode follower accurately for, well, forever. Woke up in the middle of the night last night and realized what I've been doing wrong. Spent all day simulating and coding it. The results are excellent. Gets rid of that crackly sound on palm mutes. Instead you get this nice "bong" and almost piano-like low notes. A/B'ing with my Dual Recto and Soldano X88 and it's spot-on.
The algorithm is pretty complex and adds 10% CPU usage but fortunately the Axe-Fx III has power to spare and it runs on the second CPU so the user won't even notice. Doubt I'll be able to port it to the II though as that CPU is almost maxed out.
I have to enter data for all the amp models but I might be able to have a beta later tonight.
it's outstanding, and no one else in the world is doing anything as detailed as this.
realizing this fact, it's why some of us are - dare i say - "protective" of the Axe-Fx concept and this forum. this isn't just some product you pick up off a music store shelf. it's alive.