Almost the exact same setup as is my previous post here but I used a different preset in Laconicism and ran the audio through a Digitech GSP 1101 instead of the Vox.
I decided to try a little experiment. As many already know, Supercollider is a very powerful audio language. I am not a programmer so I tend to seek out ready to run software as opposed to downloading the builds and making it custom to my needs. I found this great little, ready to run, Supercollider application called Laconicism. I ran the audio output from Laconicism through a Vox Satchurator distortion pedal and a Digitech TimeBender Delay. I recorded the distorted and delayed output into Live, made a MP3 and posted it here. It’s really a little long but shows what can be done with only two guitar effects boxes.
” Although solid-state technology overwhelmingly dominates today’s world of electronics, vacuum tubes are holding out in two small but vibrant areas. They do so for entirely different reasons. Microwave technology relies on tubes for their power-handling capability at high frequencies [“Tubes: still vital after all these years,” Robert S. Symons, IEEE Spectrum, April, 1998]. The other area–the creation and reproduction of music–is a more complicated and controversial story.Reference
The Guitar Rig Database
Original Site Is Down But The Internet Archive Has Some Snapshots