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Guitar Rig Pro is a legendary processing workstation. Like many of the hardware counterparts from decades before its existence, Native Instruments’ Guitar Rig has slowly become a staple of software-based multi-effects processing. At its core, the program is an effective emulator of classic tones from amps, pedals and cabinets. But it has also become part of a larger tool kit for adding character and tone to audio.

Guitar Rig’s presets have always been a stable way to grant your instrumentation a more specific place in your mix. In doing so, it has also become a go-to for many audio-shaping tasks that stretch beyond its remit as a guitar-based platform, even if the program’s major strength remains the creative processing of guitar sounds.

Similar to Reason and Native Instruments’ Kontakt, Guitar Rig Pro operates via a stacked drag-and-drop system meant to simulate a gear rack. There are advantages and

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