[NAMM] NI Guitar Rig Mobile
Native Instruments today announced Guitar Rig Mobile, which is designed to turn a computer into a guitar recording and performance setup.
Combining the new Guitar Rig Mobile I/O USB 2.0 audio interface with the Guitar Rig 3 LE software, Guitar Rig Mobile is designed to offersstudio-grade sound quality and a wide range of creative features that allows musicians and producers to "plug in and play" anywhere.
No larger than a cigarette pack, the bus-powered Guitar Rig Mobile I/O provides the sound quality of Native Instruments' audio interface range in a package that fits in a pocket. At the same time, the interface offers stereo high-impedance inputs and outputs featuring 24bit/192 kHz Cirrus Logic audio converters, I/O volume dials, and multi-purpose low-latency drivers for Windows and Mac OS X.
Included is the Guitar Rig 3 LE software. Three amp emulations for guitar and bass, 12 classic effect units, and a wide selection of cabinets, all freely combinable within a "virtual rack"are included. The software also includes two virtual tape decks, tuner and metronome, designed to facilitate typical guitar applications from recording, live performance and rehearsal to instrument learning and tuition.
Availability & Pricing
Guitar Rig Mobile will be available in April 2009 for a suggested retail price of $119 / €99.
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