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> Best Plug-ins For Pt 7, Best Plug-Ins for PT 7
musicproducer
post Mon 17 Sep 2012, 12:21
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I'm on PT 7.5.8; for various reasons I won't be ugrading to more recent versions for some time into the future. I'm looking for the best plug-ins for guitar effects - I have echo farm, and like some of these effects, but would like to expand my pallet.


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post Mon 17 Sep 2012, 16:09
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though i'm not sure about their integration with PT, i've been using Line 6 Pod Farm 2 and Native Instruments Guitar Rig with good success. they work best in a post production mode, re-amping and effecting. i've always felt that real time monitoring of guitar performances through these types of plugs isn't fully satisfying. my usual procedure is to record two simultaneous tracks, a mic'd amp with a sound i can live with, that i monitor as i track, and a direct signal that may use later to re-amp. this is working well.
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post Tue 18 Sep 2012, 16:40
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Thanks for your reply. I have a couple other friends who use those plugs, but there's wisdom in consulting many counselors. And of course real world experience trumps company demos...

I've also done the dual track, one unprocessed and the other with something that works, and as you mentioned, that works well. My use for the plug would be both for live guitar and virtual, as I do some rather large virtual sessions from time to time, and it's always nice to have more colors to choose from when attempting to make glittery what is not gold.


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