#2
Its not just your computer, I have never used guitar rig. But a solution would be to download audacity, its free (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/) duplicate the guitar track twice, pan one to the right, pan one to the center and one to the left if you can not find a pan feature in guitar rig.
#3
pan it to center or record on stereo track instead of mono i dono ive never used that to record i use pro tools
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#4
Quote by opiate666
Its not just your computer, I have never used guitar rig. But a solution would be to download audacity, its free (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/) duplicate the guitar track twice, pan one to the right, pan one to the center and one to the left if you can not find a pan feature in guitar rig.


i use audacity and love it but when i pan it all the way to the right i get no sound and it is always set at the center for all tracks.
#5
does your right speaker work if you're just playing music through it (itunes, etc)?

also: check your connections