GUITAR RIG REVAMPED
Back with a new look, new amps, new effects, and new machine learning technology to model state-of-the-art hardware. Unlimited amounts of warmth, grit, crunch and fuzz, plus all the effects you could ever need.
NEW AMPS AND EFFECTS
Three newly modeled boutique and vintage amps. We’ve also added 16 new effects from Native and Softube for new ways to define your tone.
GUITAR RIG 6 PRO comes with a fresh look. The new scalable interface is clean and easy to use, making creativity with audio processing even more intuitive.
HELP DECIDE WHAT COMES NEXT
Our new way of modeling hardware gear means we can more easily add the types of amps and effects that our community wants, and everybody’s welcome to pitch in.
THE CREATIVE GUITAR SOLUTION
GUITAR RIG 6 PRO is a multi-effects rack and amp simulator made for creating and experimenting with audio in a way that is fast and direct. Think of it as your own studio, only with more space, less heavy amp heads, and way more flexibility. Design unique processing chains to customise your tones, adding space, warmth and character to everything from guitar and bass, to strings, drums, synths and more.
...- Kotelnikov GE LIMITERS 112dB - Big Blue Limiter Voxengo - Elephant REVERBS Acon - Verberate Native Instruments - RC24, RC48 112dB - Redline Reverb AMPS Native Instruments - Guitar Rig 5 Pro Overloud - Mark Bass Studio2 MISCELLANEOUS Native Instruments - Driver, Transient Master 112dB - Redline Preamp, Redline Monitor Fabfilter - Pro-DS Voxengo - Transgainer I don't use quite a few of these plugins anymore (112dB stuff,...
... the best advice I could give would be to process individual hits through some fairly extreme settings on say GuitarRig, or Soundtoys Decapitator, or Amplitube or anything along those lines, perhaps iZotope Trash at extremes, or any other sound obliterator.... (since most distortions back then in pre-plugin days...
Thank you for the kind words, I'll definitely relay them to the team. Thank you for the suggestion and for the kind words too. This offers more flexibility where you put the noise gate in AmpliTube 5. We also found that most people were using a different noise gate (my favorites are the Dimebag, Slash, and...
Guitar Rig, by Native Instruments, has been around for some time, although I have not used the program in previous versions. I have used other VST plug-ins, although I found them a bit sterile sounding. Based on internet feedback, it seems Guitar Rig showed promise, but fell to the wayside as other...