LePou Plugin created profile - Carcass

  • I created a direct no cab profile from LePou LE456 free plugin. Added in a free cab from the rig manager. Post EQ,reverb,etc. Staggered the EQ settings on each side to form a bigger and smoother sound.



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  • I did it all over and used a new method. Sounds much better!


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  • Well done, Ant. :thumbup:

    ... hadn't heard of this before!

    LePou's had a bunch of free amp-sim plugins out there for many years, Shawno.


    Contents of an old folder of mine from 2013; they've probably released many more since:


    HyBrit 1.0 2013 AU UB

    LE456 1.0 2013 AU UB

    LeCto 1.0 2013 AU UB

    LeGion 1.0 2013 AU UB

    LeXtac 1.0 2013 AU UB


    There's also a cab sim called LeCab.


    Was going to upload them but all except one are too-big to be attached.


    Here's the link to its site:

    LePou Plugins

  • Very cool, thanks Nicky! :D:thumbup:

  • LePou was one of the amp sims every metal player used when the they came out. They're still regarded as the same level or better than all the new plugins. The IR or in my case Kemper cab does the majority of the tone shaping.

    They were the first amp sim VTSs I ever used. I don't believe the IR loader(and a couple of the amps unfortunately) are available in 64-bit form. But NadIR is a great free alternative.

    Disclaimer: When I post demo clips for profiles, there will be some minimal post-processing, unless stated otherwise. I normally double-track hard L/R, and add to the main buss a small amount of EQ and a limiter/comp set pretty light as well. Sometimes I get test profiles in advance of release, though 90% of my clips will be from packs I have purchased.