Tonebridge Guitar Effects

Tonebridge Guitar Effects

By Ultimate Guitar

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2017-08-14
  • Current Version: 1.3
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 68.84 MB
  • Developer: Ultimate Guitar
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.11 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 79 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Tonebridge Guitar Effects App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 79 App Reviews

Tonebridge Guitar Effects App Details

Play your favorite songs in their original sound using your Mac! It's a whole new experience in learning songs. IT’S LIKE MAGIC Tonebridge gives you the sound of the original song out of the box. Plug in your guitar into your Mac and start playing. It’s that simple! 9000+ SONG PRESETS A huge collection of song presets allows you to choose effects from light acoustic sounds of "Come As You Are" to crushing heavy roars of "Master Of Puppets". WORKS ON EVERY GUITAR We created presets that sound great on every guitar. Even if you want to play heavy metal on an old Fender, the sound will still be familiar. Tonebridge features: • 9000+ presets for popular songs of different genres • 7500+ demo samples for effect preview • Collections of presets handpicked by Ultimate Guitar editors • Intelligent feedback and noise reduction system for a clear sound • Low latency for real-time playing • Information about pickup settings • Preset requests to get a preset that is not already in the app • Audio Unit to use in GarageBand, Logic Pro and other apps that support AU Compatible devices: • Ampkit Link • Apogee JAM, Line 6 Mobile In, Line 6 SonicPort, iRiffPort, Alesis IO Dock • iRig, iRig 2, iRig HD, iRig HD 2, iRig Pro, iRig Pro I/O • Any external audio card Follow @tonebridgeapp on Twitter to read the latest news and secret tricks in Tonebridge. Have a suggestion or comment? Shoot us an email at Rock'n'roll for everyone!


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App Reviews

  • Better than expected

    By CS Guy
    First, this is free! You can examine the settings of each preset and make adjustments as you see fit. It’s interesting for gear heads to see the effects, amps and settings they chose to emulate whatever tone you are looking for. I use it with the iRig HD 2 via USB, and works great. I do have an Ultimate Guitar subscription, and together with this, I actually enjoy practicing and learning again. I’m very busy, and keep a guitar in my office to help me unwind when I need a mental break. This together with my U.G. subscription lets me get those 10 minute or so breaks in my day and have some fun. Very, very pleased. Thanks!

    By ShreddyFreddy
    Open the app in standalone mode, bottom left the is a FAQ button. It will take you to a page where the last topic is how to use it in logic and it works just great
  • Great app but conflicts with iMovie 10.1.9

    By uurf
    if Tonebridge 1.3 is present iMovie 10.1.9 will fail file exports with the error *** -[AVAssetWriterInput initWithMediaType:outputSettings:sourceFormatHint:] The following keys are not allowed when format ID is 'lpcm': AVEncoderBitRateKey I clean installed this machine and added apps one at a time, exporting in between each install, to confirm that the presence of Tonebridge provokes this error. Which is a bummer because Tonebridge is itself pretty awesome and great for guitar/bass practice !
  • Great up but no AU

    By Nicolas Sanchez
    Works great as a standalone app, but I get an error when I try to lead it as a AU plugin in Ableton Live!
  • Update wont open as AU in Logic

    By rogerthatrocks1
    So what happened? Major update has made this app useless unless you want to use it in standalone. Logic does not list it as an AU in a project but did before the update. When you do fix it can you have the AU also be in stereo since the standalone has stereo effects and when you would open it in logic before the update it was a mono effect.
  • Great as a stand-alone app but no luck in Logic Pro X

    By OmNePlayer
    I have a lot of fun hooking up my guitar through an Apogee Jam and running the stand-alone app. Just going through all the sound options is great. Many of my favorites sounds are included. But I really wanted to use it as a plugin for Logic Pro X (v10.4.1). I’ve tried several fixes including re-install but no luck. In Logic Pro X I can go to the plugin manager and find the correct plugin - even run the “verrification” check and everything looks fine. But when I create a new audio track and then try to select Tonebridge as an audio effect I always get the “plugin missing” error message. If you have a fix for this problem I would love to hear about it. That would get this free app five stars for sure from me! Update: Ultimate Guitar responded to my first review very quickly and I thank them for that. They sent me to a link on their FAQ pages that described a fix for my problem. Well, I no longer get the “red exclamation point” error in Logic about a missing plugin. It seems to be present and I get all the supplementary effect windows and all. But there is no effect of any setting on the resulting tone of the audio output - nothing! It’s like the plugin wasn’t even in the audio output chain. I sent a message directly to the email address they provided on their website rather than come here and it’s been a week with no reply. I’ve pretty much given up hope that I will get this to work as advertised in Logic Pro X. Please - if anyone actually has it working let me know. By the way - this plugin doesn’t show up anywhere in Garageband so I can’t use it with that app either. Sorry Untimate Guitar.
  • Absolutely Brilliant with Mainstage 3!

    By SIPonomist
    Tonebridge replaces guesswork, experimentation and $$$ with presets and guidance for guitarists seeking to reproduce the timbre of their favorite recordings. It’s worth a lot to me. To use Tonebridge as an AU plug-in for Mainstage 3 (fixing the “!”), enable it in AU3 Mode after opening a concert: Mainstage 3 > Preferences > Plug-in Manager > UGTB > Tonebridge Guitar Effects > Check “AU3 Mode”. An entire Audio FX “rack” can then be replaced by Tonebridge. I set it for “Let It Be - The Beatles - Solo” and started focusing on my technique instead of the gear: Noise Gate > Compression Pedal > Distortion > Amp > Delay > Echo > EQ > Cabinet > Mike all selected and adjusted appropriately. Every guitar and rig sounds different and every guitarist seeks their own sound so there’s still some tweaking to be done, but it’s a great starting point for dialing in the right tone for each song instead of compromising with the same “rack” for an entire set.
  • Needs Google sign-in, Tone Wizard

    By ‡‡‡
    Current version offers no way for those of us who registered on UG using Google account to sign in.
  • Great…but !

    By Gazoux2
    hi, thank you for this app. it’s great one ! but why is there a difference between Iphone or Ipad version and the computer one, the Tone Wizard, which is so interesting ? TYA for your answer and perhaps for including TW to the Mac version, soon. Gazoux
  • Great for Free

    By Rcariddi
    Although I have a Positive Grid BIAS FX, I figured I give this a try. For free, it’s fantastic. Quick easy, and sounds are solid. Would love to see a little more ‘tweakability’ , Tone, Delay. But it’s free, so I don’t expect an equivalent to an Amplitube/Positive grid, etc. Great job.