MOD Audio announces 3 AI-Powered Guitar Amp Simulation Plugins

MOD Audio has announced three AI-powered guitar amp simulation plugins, in collaboration with Aida DSP:

  • Vibro: American Sound – based on an original Fender Vibrolux amplifier, carefully modeled with AI.

  • JCVM: British Tone – captured from an iconic Marshall JVM410H amp head.

  • Tweaker: Every Sound – trained with the Egnater Tweaker 40 amp head.

The plugins use an elaborate “conditional modelling” approach, capturing the amplifier’s sound with the volume or gain knob in various positions and leveraging AI to extrapolate the rest. The company says that this technique provides musicians with precise control over their sound, delivering exceptional realism and responsiveness.

The plugins can be used with any of MOD Audio’s processors.

The company says that by combining advanced AI and groundbreaking modelling techniques, these plugins deliver great authenticity, responsiveness, and sonic depth.

The plugins are now available at the MOD Plugin Shop for €19,90 each. Find out more on the MOD Audio website



MOD Audio releases AIDA-X AI Model Player, dives into Neural Modelling

MOD Audio, the company formerly known as MOD Devices, has announced the release of AIDA-X, an AI neural model player developed in partnership with AIDA DSP. AIDA-X adds to the quality of the MOD Audio ecosystem with neural amp models that have been trained on high-quality audio data, giving musicians the dynamic response and sound they expect from a real guitar amp.

With AIDA-X, musicians can easily load and play a wide range of amp models, and carry an unlimited number of realistic-sounding amplifiers – all inside the portable MOD Dwarf. Additionally, AIDA-X offers a flexible set of controls for the modeled amps, so that it’s easier to craft the perfect tone.

A simplified training process allows users to capture their own physical gear and share these models with the community. Professionally curated models of iconic amplifiers will also be released soon together with AIDA DSP, providing users with a broad collection of plug-and-play sounds.

In addition to being an important part of the MOD platform, AIDA-X is also available both as a plugin and standalone version for any DAW. Model files for AIDA-X can be loaded in all versions of the software, providing a “seamless experience” at home, in the studio or onstage.

Alongside the release of AIDA-X, MOD Audio advances with the development of the MOD Assistant, an AI-based tool that provides tone suggestions to guitarists, subsidized by a German innovation program. The MOD Community already has access to a beta version and is helping to improve it with valuable feedback. The incorporation of Neural Models in the repertoire of the MOD Assistant will be the next stage.

“We’re thrilled to bring AIDA-X to the market and see the incredible potential it holds for the future” said Gianfranco Ceccolini, Co-Founder and CEO of MOD Audio. “With its advanced AI processing and cross-platform compatibility, we believe AIDA-X lifts the MOD platform to a new level, with incredibly good sounding gear modelling powered by strong community exchange of models”

AIDA-X is available for free for the MOD Dwarf and as a free plugin for computer users, via the MOD Audio website. There is also a browser-based version for testing, and discussion and support in the neural category on the MOD Audio forum.

MOD Audio launches Convolution Reverb Plugins and Pedalboards


MOD Audio has launched new a collection of Convolution Reverb plugins and pedalboards for its MOD Dwarf platform, including a convolution engine capable of processing Impulse Response files up to 15 seconds.

The release includes two plugins free for all MOD device users: the MOD Convolution Loader, which allows musicians to use their own IR files, and the MOD Convolution Reverb, containing 33 high-quality IRs from different places and equipment. MOD Audio has also partnered with DoGood Sound, a premium IR and unique audio samples supplier, to release 12 new paid Reverb plugins with over 300 IRs sampled from different locations and iconic equipment.


MOD Audio has also released a collection of reverb pedalboards, featuring the new Convolution Reverb plugins as well as classic reverb sounds from the MOD platform, including Shiroverb and the DragonFly reverb suite. The boards are fully self-contained, designed for out-of-the-box playability, and make full use of the power of the MOD platform to add features ranging from Trails and Gated Verb to dynamic controls over the reverbs.

The new reverb boards are available for free for all MOD device owners.


“We’re thrilled to offer music creators a new level of control and creativity with our Convolution Reverb pedalboards,” said Gianfranco Ceccolini, CEO of MOD Audio. “Our partnership with DoGood Sound, combined with our powerful convolution engine, has allowed us to bring a new level of sound design to the market, and we’re excited to see what users will create with these tools.”

The new plugins are priced between €15 and €25 each and can be purchased by device users via the remote web interface. Find out more information on the MOD Audio website.