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Guitar Rig 1.1 Update and Demo Released

Native Instruments has released a version 1.1 update to their Guitar Rig software. The update includes a fourth amplifier module based on the famous Vox AC-30, three new effect units and several further enhancements...

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July 6, 2004

Native Instruments has released a version 1.1 update to their Guitar Rig software. The update includes a fourth amp module based on the famous Vox AC-30, three new effect units and several further enhancements.

The new features of Guitar Rig 1.1 in detail:

  • "AC-Box" (Vox AC-30-based amplifier)
  • "Treble Booster" (distortion unit)
  • "Psychedelay" (reverse delay with detune)
  • "Pitch Pedal" (polyphonic pitch shifter)
  • more than 50 additional presets which make use of the new components
  • "Audio Engine Off" button to temporarily free up CPU capacity
  • Various minor improvements, cosmetic changes and fixes

The 1.1 update for Windows and Mac is now available as a free download for all registered Guitar Rig users.

Native Instruments has also released a demo version of Guitar Rig for both Windows and OS X, containing all the features in the version 1.1 release but with a time limitation and file import/export restrictions.

For more information, visit their web site at www.native-instruments.com

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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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