Native Instruments Guitar Rig

Native Instruments Guitar Rig 3.1

Guitar Rig 3 software provides the tools needed to create guitar and bass tones
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The Guitar Rig 3 software provides the tools needed to create guitar and bass tones. The program has many features that let you get the best tones out of the software. The program includes realistic guitar and bass sounds that are very authentic. The Guitar Rig 3 has features like 12 amps, 6 bass and 17 guitar cabinets, nine microphones, four rotary speaksers and 44 different effects.

The guitar studio program is able to emulate twelve guitar and bass amps. No details are left out of the sound. The 44 effects let you add all kinds of sounds to the tones being created, such as volume pedals, distortions or stomp boxes, to mention just a few.

The interface is easy to use and nobody should have problems understanding it. It is based on a rack concept and all you have to do is drag and drop in order to perform the actions. It is flexible and intuitive.

All the tools necessary to create your desired sound are included in the Guitar Rig 3 software. You have, for example, an integrated tuner, metronome and even two tapedecks which let you easily do recordings. There are also modern features for fly jamming and modifying with LFOs or step sequencers.

Luis Sanchez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Full of features

Cons

  • None that are known
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