No compatibility issues found while using this program called RealGuitar.
The manual provided by Music Lab is very easy to understand , great positioning of the information , great book and detailed.
The general setup is very simple , nothing really complex , it usually takes about a couple of minutes.
The typical functions are easy to spot , well designed , great guide provided with the soft.
The software works very good in this configuration.
The software is stable and I haven't encountered any problems while working with it for about 4 months and a couple of years with older versions.
Musiclab Real Guitar 3 combines a whole new technology based on real guitar samples.
I really like the strokes, FX, articulations that are displayed in the Info bar , the added chords like Sus2, Maj7/9, 6/9, m7/11 and other cool articulations like tapping , legato , string select , slide up and slide down.
Another unique feature is the unique Struminator technology, including Smart Strum, Smart Strings, Color Tab modes that add realism and color to your guitar strums.
My opinion about the value for the price is great , is costs not much , around 250$ you can find on the net , and the upgrades from previous versions around 25 $.
So a pretty cheap product that has a lot of features and bring a lot of realism to your guitar strums.
Precision and quality of the sound is amazing , I was surprised when I first tried this program , very realistic strum , sound and timbre.
I also like the included rhythm patterns that you can use in your songs and the fact that it has plenty of presets genre based.
I've tried several models , however Real Guitar stays on top from me , even if the size isn't so big like other guitar vst.
Knowing what I know, I would get this software again , I really like the design , the manual included is great , everything works fine.
The program works on any platform either Windows XP, Windows Seven or MAC OS , so compatibility issues isn't a real problem.
The manual included with this program is very good , it describes perfectly the relation between your daw if you're using as a Vst and the program itself.
The general configuration and setup is pretty easy and it doesn't require a huge amount of time.
The typical functions are manageable trough a nice guitar windows that emulates the strum and the chords if you're using any.
The software works good in this configuration , everything is well settled without any type of mistakes or errors
The gear and software are as stable as it can be.
I'm getting beyond decent performances with this software which can be used in a wide variety of music genres.
I've been using Real Guitar from Music Lab for about two and a half years.
What I like most about the Real Guitar from Music Lab is that you can play with a midi controller to get certain effects regarding rhythm and velocity.
I also do like that you can choose from different types of acoustic guitar that have a distinct kind of sound , another great thing about Real Guitar are the patterns that come with it , you get either some folk patterns or rock 16 , rock 8 , and many other great patterns.
There are other great functions like playing a harmony of power chords either on first inversion or second , different chord inversions and effects.
My opinion about the value of price is great , I think this product combines a great price with some high quality type of guitar emulation.
Knowing what I know , I must mention that this and Virtual Guitarist are probably one of the most powerful guitar emulators out there.