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Native Instruments Announces GUITAR RIG SESSION, a new recording solution for guitarists, bass players and songwriters that according to NI, provides studio-quality results at an entry-level price.


Offering the power and ease-of-use of the GUITAR RIG platform, and equipped with a specially designed audio interface and additional recording software, GUITAR RIG SESSION is a versatile toolkit to create guitar-driven music.

We’re told hat at the heart of GUITAR RIG SESSION is the new GUITAR RIG 3 XE software, which offers a selection of five true-to-life tube amplifier models and 12 cabinet types, as well as 21 stomp boxes and effect units. All components can be freely combined in the virtual GUITAR RIG rack, allowing musicians to create sounds ranging from authentic signature tones to totally unique sonic flavors. A library with over 150 instantly playable tones from different musical eras and genres is included, together with several helpful tools including dual tape-decks, metronome, tuner, and a dedicated Live View.

The link between the instrument and the computer is established with the included SESSION I/O, a new USB 2.0 stereo audio interface specifically designed for guitarists. We’re told that two instrument preamps and 24bit/192kHz Cirrus Logic audio converters enable good audio quality, while low-latency drivers provide excellent feel and responsiveness under all conditions. There’s an additional microphone input and headphone output, .

GUITAR RIG SESSION also includes the powerful 64-track music sequencer Cubase 4 LE, as well as the KORE PLAYER software instrument combined with the versatile POP DRUMS acoustic drum library providing a complete creative arsenal to record and produce music on any computer.

GUITAR RIG SESSION will be available in June 2008 for a suggested retail price of $249/€229.

More information on GUITAR RIG SESSION can be found at www.native-instruments.com/guitarrigsession.info
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