Learn about using GUITAR RIG to explore effects, from vintage emulators to new worlds.
- [Instructor] Okay so now we're going to talk about…some of the effects that come along…with Native Instruments Complete 11,…and we're going to start out with one of my very favorites,…and it's called Guitar Rig.…Now, Guitar Rig has a variety of uses.…It started out as a guitar amp…simulation effects bank, essentially.…We have a lot of different ways where…we can emulate guitar amplifiers, and recording techniques,…and bass amplifiers, and things like that,…and that's very useful,…not only for people who play guitar or bass…and don't have the facility or the type of place…where they can be loud enough to record…certain types of amps in certain types of ways,…but it's also great for doing things…to other instruments that aren't guitars.…
It's a great place to do what's called reamping.…Which is a really common technique in recording studios…where you literally take something that you've recorded,…feed it through a guitar amp and rerecord it.…I've seen it done to guitars, snare drums,…vocals, you name it.…It's a lot of fun.…
- Core products
- New products and features
- Effects processors
- DAW and hardware integrations
Skill Level Beginner
2. Flagship Instruments
3. New Additions
4. FX Processors
5. DAW Integration
Integration with hardware4m 42s
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