#1
hey guys,

Whenever my friend records something in guitar rig, the program saves it as a dry signal. Does anyone know how to save a recording in guitar pro with distortion and effects?
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
#2
Guitar rig has two tapedecks which you can use to record with. The first is unprocessed, if he's using that one to record you only have the dry signal. Make sure he uses the second one.
#3
Well the only thing I can think of is to save after every adjustment. You can never save too much. I have never had this problem or heard of this problem but a problem I have been facing is all of the volume knobs get cranked full on whenever I load up a preset that I created. Very annoying.
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#4
Quote by ALiFe
Guitar rig has two tapedecks which you can use to record with. The first is unprocessed, if he's using that one to record you only have the dry signal. Make sure he uses the second one.


This seemed to do the trick, thanks a lot!
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