Year/Date of Issue: 06.09.23
Developer: Native Instruments.
Developer site: Native Instruments
Format: STANDALONE, VST3, AAX.
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: Cured [CE-V.R]
System requirements: WIN 10+
Ignite your creativity with Guitar Rig 7 Pro – an inspiration kit,
filled with popular guitar and bass amp simulators, studio effects and pedals.
Get instant flavor with over 100 new rack presets, or mix and match modules to create your own tones.
Add analog warmth with four new lo-fi components, perfect for adding texture to any track.
All equipment hassle-free:
Explore new machine learning (ICM) powered amps and pedals and easy-to-use processing tools that open up endless possibilities for jamming, producing and experimenting.
Intelligent Circuit Simulation:
Experience a new level of depth and realism with our virtual guitar amps. Sci-fi in name but incredibly realistic in essence, our intelligent circuit simulation process uses machine learning technology to reproduce the behavior of hardware devices from the ground up. Our ICM amp simulators don’t just sound like the real thing – they feel like the real thing.
New amp day:
Guitar Rig 7 Pro comes with four new ICM amps to shape your sound.
The legendary 100-watt all-tube amplifier that defined the sound of modern rock with brilliant clean tone, creamy lead and high gain.
A timeless classic from the mid-60s, featured on countless hits and considered one of the most essential workhorse guitar amps ever made.
AC Box XV:
Modeled after the iconic ’60s tube amp known for its clean tone and tight breakup, it features a carefully designed, hand-wired, point-to-point chassis manufactured in the UK. This two-channel tonal monster shaped the sound of Liverpool.
The iconic all-tube bass amp delivers 300 watts of classic bass tone for players seeking the authentic, vintage tube sound that has earned the respect of the industry.
Enjoy the lo-fi experience:
With Guitar Rig 7 Pro you can go far beyond guitars and basses. Add analog texture and warmth to any sound with all-new lo-fi components.
Emulates the “grunt” effect that occurs when analog tape machines are set up incorrectly, providing an easy way to achieve the classic lo-fi effect – especially on sustained notes, pads and melodic parts.
Create tones inspired by classic devices such as cassette tapes, VHS tapes, electric hum, and vinyl.