Native Instruments Guitar Rig Mobile Review
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Is that a rig in your pocket? If it is, then it must be Guitar Rig Mobile, Native Instruments’ newest, smallest and most affordable incarnation of its ubiquitous Guitar Rig software/hardware package. No larger than a cigarette pack, Guitar Rig Mobile combines Guitar Rig LE software with a full-featured USB 2.0 audio interface to let you plug in and play anywhere you go. The unit has stereo high-impedance inputs and outputs with pro-quality 24-bit/192kHz audio converters and I/O volume dials, while the included software gives you the versatility, ease of use and great tones found in the Guitar Rig platform.
Sounds include three charismatic amp emulations for guitar and bass, 12 classic effect units, and a wide selection of cabinets, all of which can be freely combined within a virtual rack. The software also includes a tuner and metronome and two virtual tape decks that let you practice over backing tracks and record performances. Best of all, owners of Guitar Rig Mobile can upgrade to the full-featured Guitar Rig 3 software at a discounted price at any time. Goin’ Mobile? When you can travel this affordably and in style, the answer is a definitive “yes.”
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