Guitar Rig 6 101: Guitar Rig: Amps and Effects Explored – Interface Layout

 

 



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Guitar Rig 6 101: Guitar Rig: Amps and Effects Explored by Rishabh Rajan
Video 2 of 22 for Guitar Rig 6 101: Guitar Rig: Amps and Effects Explored NI's Guitar Rig 6 is like a candy shop for guitarists! From vintage guitar amps and cabinets to modern studio effect processors, this collection can emulate all the studio gear you need to craft your own legendary guitar tone. In this 22-tutorial course, expert trainer and guitarist Rishabh Rajan takes a deep look at NI's guitar-production suite. Join in, and learn to get the most out of Guitar Rig's meticulously modeled amps and FX processors. The course start with an overview of all the main elements of the user interface. After learning about preset management and how to use the global effects section, you dive deep into the core of Guitar Rig: amps, cabinets and effects. Every type of effects are clearly explained and demonstrated: distortions, reverbs and delays, modulation effects, stereo widener, filters, pitch FX, you name it! You also learn to use special processors that can bring your guitar tone into synth territory, like LFOs, Sequencers, reverse delays, DJ-Style Traktor effects, and more! So plug your guitar, and get ready to rock… or jazz, pop, or whatever style you're into, because Guitar Rig can do it all! Discover the power of Guitar Rig 6 with Rishabh Rajan!
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