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Old 03-14-2012, 11:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Guitar Rig 3 Trouble

I am using my Maudio interface with Guitar Rig 3. Granted it is just the demo version its not working for me. I get the sound coming through of the clean guitar the program starts out in, and the input and output is registering everything correctly but it wont let me hear any of the effects or other amp models.

Is this because of the demo or something else. Because as far as I could tell the demo let you hear all the patches and whatnot just not save them.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 03-16-2012, 11:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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In Sonar, on the audio track where you have GR3 inserted as an effect, make sure the Input on that track is set to the input on your interface. If you arm the track for recording and play your guitar, you should see the level meters dancing. If they are, then look in GR3 and click some different presets and see if you hear them. They should work perfectly in Sonar. The demo version will let you use the effects, and hear them. I use the demo as well, and I don't have any issues when I have my routing set up correctly in Sonar.

I haven't tried to use it standalone, though, so if you are, try doing it in Sonar.
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Old 03-17-2012, 10:55 PM   #3 (permalink)
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In Sonar, on the audio track where you have GR3 inserted as an effect, make sure the Input on that track is set to the input on your interface. If you arm the track for recording and play your guitar, you should see the level meters dancing. If they are, then look in GR3 and click some different presets and see if you hear them. They should work perfectly in Sonar. The demo version will let you use the effects, and hear them. I use the demo as well, and I don't have any issues when I have my routing set up correctly in Sonar.

I haven't tried to use it standalone, though, so if you are, try doing it in Sonar.
Ill do that. I was using it standalone. Didnt even think to try it again through sonar.
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