#1
Hey guys,

my friend has this problem whenever he records something in Guitar Rig 4, it saves as a clean sound. So does anyone know how to fix this?
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#2
That's because he is recording the dry unprocessed signal.
What is he using to record with?
I don't know how Guitar Rig works, but if it has recording functionality built in, there might be a setting that handles how record behaves. You might be able to choose to record pre effects, or post effects (or "what you hear"). Check the settings.
Last edited by 667 at Sep 12, 2010,
#3
Quote by 667
That's because you are only recording the dry unproccessed signal.
What are you useing to record with?


Guitar rig itself, the tapedeck thing.
Marshall 50 Watt Vintage Modern
Marshall 1960AV
Fender Custom Shop Strat
Ibanez Prestige RG3120
Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster
Strymon Mobius
TC Polytune
TC Flashback
Mad Professor LGW
Fulltone OCD
JOYO Vintage OD
Behringer EQ700
#4
Quote by constructbot
Guitar rig itself, the tapedeck thing.



^See my edit.
#5
Quote by 667
That's because he is recording the dry unprocessed signal.
What is he using to record with?
I don't know how Guitar Rig works, but if it has recording functionality built in, there might be a setting that handles how record behaves. You might be able to choose to record pre effects, or post effects (or "what you hear"). Check the settings.

Tried to find a setting like that but can't find any setting about recording.
Marshall 50 Watt Vintage Modern
Marshall 1960AV
Fender Custom Shop Strat
Ibanez Prestige RG3120
Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster
Strymon Mobius
TC Polytune
TC Flashback
Mad Professor LGW
Fulltone OCD
JOYO Vintage OD
Behringer EQ700