Native Instruments Guitar Rig 2
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Native Instruments Guitar Rig 2

Guitar Rig 2, Software Simulatore di Amplificatori from Native Instruments in the Guitar Rig series.

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moosers 08/02/2009

Native Instruments Guitar Rig 2 : Recensione di moosers (content in English)

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Installing Native Instruments Guitar Rig 2 was easy and was done without any problems. It is easy to install on either a PC or Mac systems, as I have done it on both. I haven't had any compatibility issues running it with both Logic and Cubase, as well as stand alone. I haven't had access to a manual so I don't if it would have helped me learn the program better or not.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I run Guitar Rig 2 with a Mac Book Pro that has 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I use this mostly as a stand alone program, but also use it a lot in Logic and used to use it Cubase SX 2.0 a lot. Except for a little latency sometimes, I have never had a problem using this in any of those situations. Running a few of these at once will undoubtedly make your computer run a bit slower, but when used in moderation I have never had a problem with it.

OVERALL OPINION

I've been using Guitar Rig 2 for about two years, and I used Guitar Rig 1 for awhile before using this one. Overall, I think Guitar Rig 2 is a very useful program. The sounds range in quality as I think the delay and modulation effects are much better than the overdrive ones. I'm not a fan of digital distortion, and as good as Guitar Rig 2 is, it is no exception here. The price is somewhat reasonable as it is an extensive piece of software. It is more in depth than other guitar modeling programs like Amplitube, and is comparable to some of the other ones in its price range. You can get almost any type of guitar sound you can think of - overdrives, delays, reverbs, phasers, and everything else. The quality of the effects ranges, but overall Guitar Rig 2 is a great piece of software which plenty of practical applications.