How to Use Native Instruments Guitar Rig V5.1.0 with Rammfire, Reflektor and Traktor's Keygenl
If you are a guitar player who wants to create amazing sounds and effects with your computer, you might be interested in Native Instruments Guitar Rig V5.1.0. This software is a powerful and versatile guitar amp and effects processor that can emulate various amps, cabinets, pedals and microphones. You can also customize your own presets and chains, or use the ones provided by famous artists and producers.
One of the features of Guitar Rig V5.1.0 is that it can integrate with other Native Instruments products, such as Rammfire, Reflektor and Traktor's Keygenl. These are expansions that add more sounds and possibilities to your guitar rig. Rammfire is a collection of amps and cabinets inspired by the metal band Rammstein, Reflektor is a convolution reverb that can simulate realistic spaces and ambience, and Traktor's Keygenl is a loop recorder that can sync with your tempo and create complex rhythms.
In this article, we will show you how to use Guitar Rig V5.1.0 with these expansions and create some awesome sounds for your guitar. You will need to have Guitar Rig V5.1.0 installed on your computer, as well as the expansions Rammfire, Reflektor and Traktor's Keygenl. You will also need a guitar, an audio interface and a MIDI controller.
Step 1: Launch Guitar Rig V5.1.0 and Load a Preset
The first step is to launch Guitar Rig V5.1.0 and load a preset that you like or want to modify. You can choose from the presets in the browser window on the left side of the screen, or use the search function to find one by name or category. You can also create your own preset by dragging and dropping components from the component pool on the right side of the screen.
For this example, we will use the preset \"Rammfire - Du Hast\", which is one of the presets included in the Rammfire expansion. This preset emulates the sound of the song \"Du Hast\" by Rammstein, using the Rammfire amp and cabinet models.
Step 2: Add Reflektor to Your Chain
The next step is to add Reflektor to your chain, which will add some reverb to your sound. To do this, click on the \"+\" button at the bottom of the component pool, and select \"Reflektor\" from the list of components. This will open a new window where you can choose from various reverb types and settings.
For this example, we will use the reverb type \"Hall\", which simulates a large hall with a long decay time. You can adjust the parameters such as size, pre-delay, damping and mix to suit your taste. You can also load different impulse responses from the browser window on the left side of the screen, or use the search function to find one by name or category.
Step 3: Add Traktor's Keygenl to Your Chain
The final step is to add Traktor's Keygenl to your chain, which will allow you to record loops and play them back in sync with your tempo. To do this, click on the \"+\" button at the bottom of the component pool, and select \"Traktor's Keygenl\" from the list of components. This will open a new window where you can see four slots for recording loops.
To record a loop, simply press one of the buttons labeled \"Rec 1\", \"Rec 2\", \"Rec 3\" or \"Rec 4\". This will start recording your guitar input until you press the same button again. The loop will then start playing back automatically in sync with your tempo. You can adjust the volume and pan of each loop using the sliders below each slot.
You can also use a MIDI controller to control Traktor's Keygenl remotely. To do this, click on the \"MIDI Learn\" button at the top right corner of the window, and then press a button or move a knob on your MIDI controller that you want to assign to a function in Traktor's Keygenl. aa16f39245