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Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 Player

Software Amp Simulator from Native Instruments belonging to the Guitar Rig series

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jonoftheshred88jonoftheshred88

Killer Tone at a Killer Price!

Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 PlayerPublished on 07/08/14 at 11:45
Guitar Rig 5 is the ultimate guitar effects VST / amp simulator I've ever used. With an easy-to-navigate interface and a plethora of diverse sounds, Guitar Rig 5 is a formidable beast in any guitarists arsenal. Not to mention the customization capabilities are both fun and educational.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Guitar Rig 5 works exceptionally well in my DAW. In applying additional FX to Guitar Rig, I experience no CPU spikes, just a killer tone I'm grateful to have at such a low price. Not trying to make this a sales pitch or anything, I've just used this program extensively for several albums, and hundreds of songs by now, I imagine. I use it exclusively for solo guitar recordings.

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Guitar Rig 5 is the ultimate guitar effects VST / amp simulator I've ever used. With an easy-to-navigate interface and a plethora of diverse sounds, Guitar Rig 5 is a formidable beast in any guitarists arsenal. Not to mention the customization capabilities are both fun and educational.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Guitar Rig 5 works exceptionally well in my DAW. In applying additional FX to Guitar Rig, I experience no CPU spikes, just a killer tone I'm grateful to have at such a low price. Not trying to make this a sales pitch or anything, I've just used this program extensively for several albums, and hundreds of songs by now, I imagine. I use it exclusively for solo guitar recordings.

OVERALL OPINION

The best part about Guitar Rig 5 is the ease of use. This is the best alternative I've found to recording microphone-to-amplifier. That process can be tedious, and microphones are expensive - this I can plug right into my audio interface and get the sound and levels I want with way less of a hassle. I highly recommend Guitar Rig 5.
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lselse

Excellent choice for a single start playing

Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 PlayerPublished on 04/24/12 at 12:21
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
RAS

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use a Mac, no problem with Mac OSX Lion
With no perceptible latency therefore iMac / Mac OSX Lion and an M-Audio Fast Track II base

Config so easy, except for the sound output by the HP of mac you have to use the new system of aggregation of Mac OSX which is a bit early complicated (while Amplitube manages more than just outputs)

The software "stand alone" is very well done (it can be used alone or as VST / AU component including a tuner and a metronome over those practices Amplitube

OVERALL OPINION

Reviews of simulators like Guitar Rig amuse me greatly. One has the impression of debate on whether a rack to EUR 10 000 is emulated in the...…
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RAS

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use a Mac, no problem with Mac OSX Lion
With no perceptible latency therefore iMac / Mac OSX Lion and an M-Audio Fast Track II base

Config so easy, except for the sound output by the HP of mac you have to use the new system of aggregation of Mac OSX which is a bit early complicated (while Amplitube manages more than just outputs)

The software "stand alone" is very well done (it can be used alone or as VST / AU component including a tuner and a metronome over those practices Amplitube

OVERALL OPINION

Reviews of simulators like Guitar Rig amuse me greatly. One has the impression of debate on whether a rack to EUR 10 000 is emulated in the midrange ... this is rubbish.

You can see things differently.
Guitar Rig is 179 euros, the price of a bedroom amp very low-end, virtually unusable at low volume (a volume up too).
For that price, if you have a correct computer (for my part I use an iMac whose sound is pretty decent) Well you have tens of amps, pedals, effects etc. ..

Not realistic? no doubt
Do not resemble their models? no doubt
Is it the fact? : Grâââve

But who cares. The only criterion is that "it's done" and the Guitar Rig is serious.

That 100% sounds are not top who cares, just a few (some clear, some more crunch / saturated) are right for you and you win

So for all the people who play in shorts and T-shirt at home on a sofa Ikea smashed, Guitar Rig is the ultimate weapon (alternative: AmpliTube)

Note that Native Instruments offers a full demo (just the demo version off after half an heire which is pretty decent)

To play in a stadium that's probably not enough ... While ...
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  • Manufacturer: Native Instruments
  • Model: Guitar Rig 5 Player
  • Series: Guitar Rig
  • Category: Software Amp Simulators
  • Added in our database on: 12/28/2011

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