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Waves Audio and Sound.org announce the publication of 21st Century Guitarist, Playing & Recording Guitar with Waves GTR, a new OpenMix™ interactive DVD featuring an eBook by music expert Craig Anderton.


In 21st Century Guitarist, Anderton gives a guide to the use of GTR Solo, Waves' collection of modeled virtual amps, cabs and effects. GTR Solo gives users access to the world's vintage and contemporary gear.

21st Century Guitarist walks users through a complete recording session.

Specific topics include:
  • Setting Up Hardware and Software
  • Creating a Virtual Effects Rack
  • Choosing the Perfect Mic and Cabinet
  • Automating Amps and Effects
  • Finding the Perfect Tone
  • Harnessing the Power of MIDI Control
  • Understanding Distortion, Compression, Equalization & More
  • Rocking Out with GTR—Live and In the Studio

In addition to the eBook and accompanying session files, the package includes a demo version of Waves GTR Solo, as well as Reaper, a shareware audio host.

Compatible with all major PC & Mac DAW hosts, 21st Century Guitarist includes OpenMix Session Files for Pro Tools 7.4, Cubase 4.01, Abelton Live 7, Reaper 2.5, GarageBand / Logic 8 and Sonar 8. Like all OpenMix interactive courses, 21st Century Guitarist includes multi-track audio files for experience with production techniques. Users will experience the entire process as it unfolds, track by track. OpenMix walks players through every step of the music-making process, and allows them to remix, re-master and add their own tracks to the source material.

21st Century Guitarist is available separately or bundled with the full version of GTR Solo.

For more information, visit their web site at www.wavesgtr.com and www.sound.org.
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