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  • #24299
    Lou_Ranko
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    Bloody hell. I’ve been checking it the last 3 days. It’s unbelievable. I have a Line 6 Guitar Port, but there’s no comparison.

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    • #69406
      Dark Star Balla
      Participant

      NM I think I figured it out. I guess I needed to download UTorrent.

    • #69450
      Dark Star Balla
      Participant

      Not to be a pest but what do you use to open this type of file? I’ve never used bittorrent before.

    • #69436
      Lou_Ranko
      Member

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      All my softies are legit, but this is a good try out.

      PS. The RME is a great investment. Had mine now for 4 years. Can still sell it for what I paid.

    • #69430
      Dark Star Balla
      Participant

      Thanks guys, I currently use an Tascam 1884 but am about to order an RME fireface 800. Yes demoing a crack is a good idea seeing as though once you purchase software you can’t return it. But find a good crack is always a challenge.

    • #69426
      Lou_Ranko
      Member

      Dark Star mate. You’ll need a good a/d interface. I use an RME Multiface with XP SP2. Latency is 0.3ms which makes it even good for doing midi drums. But as you said, ideally we want to record a clean signal and then change the amps and effects later. Guitar Rig is the business for me mate. Good luck. Check out a crack download, but don’t forget to buy it if you like. Like I did…. Err.. 😳

    • #69445
      lee_UK
      Participant

      If you want to use the package for teaching yourself guitar and some recording to PC, then i would go for the GuitarPro.

    • #69412
      Dark Star Balla
      Participant

      Ideally I would like to be able to record any guitar parts in to my system clean since my guitar skills are severely lacking to put it mildly. But I wanted to make sure the program can give me descent distortions for the type of music we do. Tho it is just for writing and demo purposes. But bad sound doesn’t inspire creativity either.

    • #69396
      lee_UK
      Participant

      I love guitatport.
      I love Pod XT.
      i wouldn’t use either of them through an amp with the band in rehearsal or live, but in front of a PC or with headphones on, or for recording they sound excellent.

    • #69438
      Dark Star Balla
      Participant

      So how would guys say GR compares to sims like Pod XT or a boss GT?

    • #69446
      Tim
      Participant

      I was certainly LMAO, scaring people is always good…

    • #69449
      lee_UK
      Participant

      Very good.

    • #69418
      youngwasp
      Member

      Nothing on their website?

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      Sorry.

    • #69402
      lee_UK
      Participant

      [quote=”youngwasp”]Guitar Rig? Are you serious? There was a major fault identified with that and they were all recalled – do not plug it in again, pack it carefully and return it immediately.

      Apparently it can catch fire or explode.[/quote]

      Where did you hear about that?
      Can you post up a URL with the return/recall details?
      Doesn’t appear to be anything posted up on their website.

    • #69454
      youngwasp
      Member

      Guitar Rig? Are you serious? There was a major fault identified with that and they were all recalled – do not plug it in again, pack it carefully and return it immediately.

      Apparently it can catch fire or explode.

    • #69394
      Lou_Ranko
      Member

      Yes, that’s true. It’s the demo I’m running without the floorboard. I go into a Joe Meek VC3 then into an RME Multiface. Latency 3ms.

      I believe if you have the floorboard then it should work with any modern computer, as there’s a dedicated sound card in the floorboard.

    • #69441
      Michael
      Participant

      I can’t speak for Guitar Rig, but I was pretty impressed with Amplitube and IK’s other software. I’ve got a feeling Guitar Rig would only top that.

      Edit: Just to add it still needs to be matched with good hardware.

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