Native Instruments' Guitar Rig isn't just for guitars. It's an amazingly versatile plugin "rig" that can be used on just about any track from vocals to mastering. Join Music Software Expert Mo Volans as he shows you the amazing new collection of studio quality Effect Processors that come with Guitar Rig 5 Pro.
From lush reverbs and delays to massive Distortion, Overdrives and Filters, Guitar Rig 5 Pro has got it all! In this 31-video tutorial, macProVideo Lead Trainer Mo Volans takes you on a journey through Native Instruments' amazing collection of meticulously crafted effects and studio processors.
Guitar Rig is super versatile and can be used on pretty much any track in your project: vocals, synth, bass, stereo bus, anything! Master Mo kicks it off by showing you NI's Solid EQ and Solid Bus Compressor. This is where you'll learn how to use parallel compression in your mix and how to use the Solid Bus Compressor in your mastering session. From there you'll see how Mo uses compression on vocals to make 'em smooth as silk.
Don't miss Mo's master class on how Guitar Rig can be employed for Beat slicing and mashing! He then unveils the amazingly flexible Reflektor Reverb and shows you how to use LFOs to create dizzying Auto-Wah effects.
Is there anything Guitar Rig can't do? We don't think so! If you've been looking to spice up your productions using some of the best FX processors in the world, you've come to the right tutorial. Let Expert Mo Volans show you how to use NI's Guitar Rig take your music to new sonic heights!
Table of Contents: 1. Guitar Rig In Your DAW 2. The Studio Processor Concept 3. What You'll Need To Follow Along 4. The Solid Mix Series Range 5. The Solid EQ In Action 6. Applying Solid Dynamics 7. The Solid Bus Comp 8. Parallel Compression and Side-Chaining 9. The Solid Bus Compressor For Mastering 10. The Vintage Compressors 11. Slamming with VC76 12. Smoothing Vocals with the VC2A 13. Adding Character With The VC160 14. Introducing Traktor's 12 15. Filters And Distortions 16. Reverb And Delay 17. Stretchers And Gates 18. The Beat Slicer And Masher 19. The Transient Master 20. The Reflektor Reverb 21. Guitar Processors As Production Effects 22. Distortions, Overdrives And Beyond 23. Modulation Heaven 24. Delays, Reverbs, Filters And EQ 25. What Are The Modifiers? 26. Using The LFO For Auto-Wah effects 27. The Envelope 28. The Analog and Step Sequencers 29. The Input Level Modifier 30. Using Containers 31. Splitters, Crossovers and The Final Mix