#1
Hi guys!

This maybe an amateur question I'm going to ask, but please don't laugh

How can I save a guitar part (sound) in Guitar Rig 4 that has been run through an preset I've chosen?

When I click on the save button and open the file in any windows player, I only get the input clean sound.

Thx ahead!
#2
Make the preset, export and re import that's one solution.

I m sure there's a save button, but I never use it
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#3
That's because it's the preset for the software itself what you are saving, which is post processing.

When you record a guitar part in a DAW (recording software) you still only record the clean signal cause the effect is not in the signal itself as with pedals or "real" multi fx pedals, but after.

It acts very much as if you were to put a pedal through an fx loop on an amp, where the guitarigs "IN" "OUT" act like a send in/out on an amp.


You need to record it in a DAW (or other recording software) with the guitarrig VST or AU (mac) enabled, and then render the track down as wav/aiff/mp3.

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#4
Quote by xxdarrenxx
That's because it's the preset for the software itself what you are saving, which is post processing.

When you record a guitar part in a DAW (recording software) you still only record the clean signal cause the effect is not in the signal itself as with pedals or "real" multi fx pedals, but after.

It acts very much as if you were to put a pedal through an fx loop on an amp, where the guitarigs "IN" "OUT" act like a send in/out on an amp.


You need to record it in a DAW (or other recording software) with the guitarrig VST or AU (mac) enabled, and then render the track down as wav/aiff/mp3.



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