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Guitar Rig 5 Pro (Mac)

Guitar Rig 5 for MacOS X is an imprssive application which helps the pro as well as amateur guitar and bass players create complex effect chains. This application offers most convenient choice for most needs of the musicians. You can also download Ample Sound Ample Guitar F II for MacOS X.

Guitar Rig 5 Pro (Mac)

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Guitar Rig 5 for MacOS X has got a professional looking user interface which addresses to the experienced users. It provides instangt access to a wide variety of tools and effects. It allows you to create tones for bass or guitars plus it also lets you create complex chains of effects. The effect configurations can be customized easily as it has got a preset browser which is tag-based. Guitar Rig 5 for MacOS X also lets you simply drop the pieces that make up the puzzle. It has got some built-in tools that can help you in various different situations. All in all Guitar Rig 5 for MacOS X is an imprssive application which helps the pro as well as amateur guitar and bass players create complex effect chains. You can also download XLN Audio Addictive Drums 2 for MacOS X.

Want access to famous classic and modern amplifiers and effects, right at your fingertips? BIAS FX 2 provides this and more like an intuitive, fully customizable virtual electric guitar, bass, or acoustic guitar rig for Mac and PC.

At its peak price point, Bias FX Elite has over 240 amp sims and guitar effects to choose from. At its most affordable, Bias FX Standard is still a respectable tool for getting a killer tone in a matter of minutes.

This software also features Intelligent Circuit Modelling (ICM) for increased realism in amp sims. Not all guitar amps use this feature, but the ones that do create a noticeable difference.

If you want ultra-realistic tones with almost limitless customization possibilities, Amplitube 5 is your best bet. It may be a bit pricey, but their level of precision with guitar amp sims and impulse responses is hard to beat.

Guitar Rig 6 Pro is Native Instrument's newest alteration of their flagship guitar processing VST plugin, and it is truly one of the industry standards. The 'Guitar Rig 6 Player' is the FREE version of GR6P, and while it has a limited feature set, the quality of the FX processing is undeniable.

These digital guitar effects are not just for guitars either; they could be extremely effective on a wide range of materials. Included in the bundle are the 'Skreamer' distortion, a chorus/flanger, studio reverb, two different delays, and various EQs, filters, and dynamic effects. GR6P also gives you access to an LFO, an envelope shaper, and two different sequencers for further sonic modulation.

Guitar Rig 5 also introduces the ultimate facility for flexible and intricate speaker emulation with its new convolution-based "Control Room Pro" module. From a comprehensive collection of 27 cabinets and 16 microphones, up to eight cabinets can be combined at a time, each with individual mic placement and room sound controls, enabling an unlimited array of guitar tones for sophisticated studio productions.

The performance features of Guitar Rig 5 are further enhanced through the new "Container", which allows users to easily create, control and recall encapsulated effect chains. With up to sixteen flexible macro controls, it also provides extremely powerful and intuitive real-time tone shaping both for guitarists and electronic live performers.

Now let's try incorporating Krush's modulation section, as seen in Image 3. With the lowpass filter resonance set high and fast 64th note triple modulation routed to both the filter frequency and the downsampling amount, you get the splish-splash water effect of Clip 5.Naturally, once you capture such sounds within your DAW, you can stir up additional trouble. In Clip 6, for instance, I doubled the guitar recording, processed each clip with its own Krush setting, and panned the two tracks in stereo. Note how the glitching adds rhythmic tension as it clashes against the quantized electronic beats. It's similar to the way rhythmically imperfect loops can add tension and character to hip-hop tracks.Bring the noise. Here we've looked at downsampling within your DAW. But you can create similar effects without a computer thanks to recent bitcrushing stompboxes such as Catalinbread's Heliotrope and Malekko Heavy Industries' Scrutator, which convert your analog signal to lo-res digital.Obviously, these flavors aren't for everybody. But before you shriek never!" I urge you to explore these sounds in musical contexts. Bitcrushed audio can be brutal on its own, but you may be surprised by how often this abrasive effect can lend texture and interest to a mix, especially alongside less extreme sounds.

Clip 5 flips the equation. Here I double the electric guitar part an octave below using a 29.4"-scale Gretsch Spectra Sonic baritone, an instrument created by TV Jones himself. (Gretsch no longer produces these, though Jones sells them directly.) This creates a mutant 12-string effect. 041b061a72


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