VST/AU plugin (32-bit)
Windows & OS X
We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of Flying Haggis for iPad!
Glishba (US) – This is a Great Amp! ★★★★★
Richard Yot (UK) – Beautiful sounding amp sim ★★★★★
Jolindstm (Sweden) – Don’t miss this one ★★★★★
Mgmg4871 (US) – Great App ★★★★★
Flying Haggis is an all-original amp design with great tones, a nice selection of vintage fx, and a no nonsense interface with all the pick-up-and-play appeal of real hardware, with no complex menus or screens to navigate.
With a realistic vintage tone stack, multi-stage preamp, 6 speaker cabinets and 4 mic positions, you can quickly dial in a massive range of amp tones. The vintage style stompboxes (drawn from db audioware’s extensive fx library) and stereo reverb complete your sound.
Guitarist magazine awarded Flying Haggis (PC/Mac version) a Guitarist Choice award, with a rating of 4.5/5.
The guitar sounds in the demos opposite were recorded using only Flying Haggis with no further processing applied. You will hear unprocessed guitar, then Flying Haggis solo, and finally the full mix.
- traditionally designed amp with its own unique sound
- all-round performer, excels at clean and subtle tones
- low latency for responsive live playing
- flexible preset management in standalone player and plug-ins
- optimised for live performances
- plug-ins for PC Windows (VST) and Mac OS X (VST, Audio Units)
- standalone player for PC and Mac
- iPad app for iOS 6.1 or better
Every dial & button in Flying Haggis can be remotely controlled via easy-to-use MIDI Learn on Windows/Mac, and fixed MIDI assignments on iOS.
For live performance, just hook up a MIDI pedalboard to remotely switch banks & presets, or tweak settings in realtime.
- Works with any host program supporting VST 2.4 or Audio Units (32-bit only, 64-bit support in development)
- Windows Vista or better
- OS X 10.6 or better
- iPad with iOS 6.1 or better
- Supports all major PC Windows soundcard standards, including MME, DirectX and low latency ASIO
- Supports Core Audio compatible soundcards on Mac OS X and iOS