If you are looking for X-Edit, you have come to the right place. We explain what X-Edit is and point you to the official download.
What is X-Edit?
Designed and developed by Harman Music Group, the X-Edit platform is a guitar workstation that is used to create music compositions utilizing authentic guitar sound. It is likewise used to generate amp models for critical music listeners. It is equipped with a modeling technology that is component-based to provide the most genuine sound and effects of the guitar.
X-Edit makes use of the guitar signal path that features both acoustic and component behavior. Users may likewise infuse power feedback, clipping stages as well as tube saturation in any music project they wish to generate. It also allows interaction between the speaker and the output transformer. The sizes of the cabinet as well as the general composition are taken into account when using this platform. The software also has an integrated A/D Converter, DSP Section, and USB type hardware.
X-Edit also comes with its own downloadable driver and a manual for easy reference and use. It is among the DigiTech products developed by Harman Music Group Inc. and can work well with other Harman products such as Talker, Whammy, Metal Master, and Grunge. It is compatible with Windows Vista, 7, and 8.
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Last updated: : August 2, 2013