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> Guitar Rig 4 Preset Vault, A place for custom presets, related link and info for Guitar Rig 4
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post Aug 26 2011, 10:06 PM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Jan 18 2011, 01:00 AM) *
A new preset for the Guitar Rig 4 Vault. This one is a light gain, tubey, bluesy patch. I wanted to create one without my signature "wall of gain" that Ivan and others might dig. Here is the file and a preview. Enjoy!

[attachment=22760:TubeyBluesy.mp3]

[attachment=22761:TubeyBluesy.ksd.zip]

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Wait, something strange ! This Ammfire amp&cab ,can't find it in my component presets !?! (GR4 Pro)


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post Sep 3 2011, 01:47 PM
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PATCH FROM GMC LESSON 73 (With and WIthout Digital Delay)

From Lesson 73 Video Chat. One Patch has LOTS of delay on it and was used for the rythm track ala the Edge from U2. The other has less delay and was used for the lead track very similar to patch 72.

Preview
Attached File  Patch73DelayVersion.mp3 ( 1.98MB ) Number of downloads: 3493

Custom Patch Archive (unzip and copy to preset folder)
Attached File  GMC73_TwoPatches.zip ( 10.61K ) Number of downloads: 1556

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post Nov 8 2011, 06:39 AM
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NEW GUITAR RIG 4 PRESET!

Here is one for lead. High Gain, good bit of Delay, pretty thick FX. In short, a HUGE FXey lead patch. Works well also when you throttle back the gain using your volume knob. Not to mention KILLER response on pinch harmonics. Please 2 Enjoy smile.gif

Sample
Attached File  GMC_LeadPatch.mp3 ( 787.67K ) Number of downloads: 2552


Patch

Attached File  GMC_Lead_With_High_Gain_and_Delay.ksd.zip ( 5.32K ) Number of downloads: 1437



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post Dec 10 2011, 05:24 AM
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NEW MONSTER GAIN GUITAR RIG PRESET (LESSON 87)

Here it is! smile.gif

Attached File  MonsterGainDemo.mp3 ( 762.16K ) Number of downloads: 2819


Attached File  GMC_LESSON_87_MONSTER_GAIN.ksd.zip ( 5.56K ) Number of downloads: 1363


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post Dec 15 2011, 06:21 AM
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ZAKK "ish" OZZY COLLAB TONE

Here is my solo for the OZZY COLLAB (Thanks Daniel!) and the GUITAR RIG patch I used.

Attached File  GMC_OZZY_COLLAB_CUSTOM_GUITAR_RIG.ksd.zip ( 5.32K ) Number of downloads: 1349




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post Feb 4 2012, 04:51 AM
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NEW GUITAR RIG 4 PRESET (Lesson 95 Patch)

*SUPER HIGH GAIN PATCH. Notice the settings on the compressor. This patch assumes you are not using any hardware preamp or anything. It's super sick gain can be too much with an external preamp.

This patch is from this weekends upcoming lesson 95. All of the lessons can be found in the wiki, thank goodness for Fran!

http://bit.ly/twtgmc

Here is a preview, the patch and a screen grab.

Attached File  Lesson95_GR4PatchPreview.mp3 ( 505.02K ) Number of downloads: 2149

Attached File  GMC_Lesson95_Lesson_Day_Patch.ksd.zip ( 5.39K ) Number of downloads: 991

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post Feb 18 2012, 04:59 AM
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HYPER GAIN GUITAR RIG 4 PRESET

NOTE: No Preamp/External Gear Required. This patch is set to provide wads of gain just using your guitar. I often use a pre-amp before going in to software but as most of you guys don't use a hardware pre-amp, I"m building more patches that work great even if you plug your guitar directly in to your computer through the Mic input or or via recording interface with no gain controls. It's plug and play smile.gif

GMC VIDEO CHAT LESSON 97 CUSTOM TONE PATCH (Saturday Feb 17, 2012)

*The Gain input is at default (quite low) and GATE is set to half. See image below.
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Attached File  GuitarRig4_Patch97_CrazyGainTime.mp3 ( 726.45K ) Number of downloads: 1830

Attached File  GuitarRig4_Patch97_CrazyGainTime.ksd.zip ( 5.62K ) Number of downloads: 1046

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post Feb 21 2012, 05:00 AM
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If you are downloading these patches and they don't have enough gain, try this. I found a cheap cheap cheap distortion box that you use just as a boots (no gain just volume) and it really punches up a guitar emulation patch. smile.gif Here is a quick demo without and then with it. It costs $14-$20 U.S. and is called the FAB Metal Distortion Pedal


1.)FIRST SOUND BIT IS GUITAR RIG 4 PATCH ONLY (No blue light on Pedal)

2.)SECOND SOUND BIT IS GUITAR RIG 4 PATCH WITH PEDAL ( Blue light is on)

(PEDAL SETTINGS: GAIN 0% - TONE 25% - VOLUME 75%)




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If anyone has tried this with a decent/high end distortion box (pre amping a preset) please do post here and let me know how it went wink.gif

QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Feb 20 2012, 11:00 PM) *
If you are downloading these patches and they don't have enough gain, try this. I found a cheap cheap cheap distortion box that you use just as a boots (no gain just volume) and it really punches up a guitar emulation patch. smile.gif Here is a quick demo without and then with it. It costs $14-$20 U.S. and is called the FAB Metal Distortion Pedal


1.)FIRST SOUND BIT IS GUITAR RIG 4 PATCH ONLY (No blue light on Pedal)

2.)SECOND SOUND BIT IS GUITAR RIG 4 PATCH WITH PEDAL ( Blue light is on)

(PEDAL SETTINGS: GAIN 0% - TONE 25% - VOLUME 75%)




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post Feb 22 2012, 03:18 AM
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Man these all sound awesome! I've been using GR3 forever but it looks like I need to see about upgrading. I have a couple patches that I've gotten comfortable with and haven't really even thought about it much but I think I'm going to check it out.


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post Feb 22 2012, 11:59 PM
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Thanks wink.gif All of the patches in this thread are for GUITAR RIG 4, which is the last version before the new shift to GUITAR RIG 5 of course. The good news is, GR5 will let you import all of these GR4 patches as all the previous bits are still under the hood of GR5. They just put new bits on top smile.gif

All of the patches labled "ULTRA GAIN or NO OUTBOARD GEAR REQUIRED" are mean for those who don't have a lot of level control when running dry in to their computer for recording. Many of the others are expecting the user to pull up their input gain to whatever level sounds good so they are a tad less "Gain Heavy". Enjoy!

And do post some recordings with you using these patches! Love to hear it smile.gif

You can down load the "Factory Selection" version of Guitar Rig 5 (Fully Functional/not crippled) with a limited selection of amps/etc. FOR FREE! Here is the link.

http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/pro...ayer/?page=2467

But if you want to run these preset in this thread you'll need the full version. You can upgrade from GR3 for just a bit of cash an I"d say it's worth it.

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QUOTE (gregc1 @ Feb 21 2012, 09:18 PM) *
Man these all sound awesome! I've been using GR3 forever but it looks like I need to see about upgrading. I have a couple patches that I've gotten comfortable with and haven't really even thought about it much but I think I'm going to check it out.



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Thanks for the reply Todd!

I definitely think I'm going to go ahead and update.


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post Feb 23 2012, 01:31 AM
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Sure thing smile.gif Give the Demo a try and you can get a feel for Guitar Rig 5 Pro and start using it until you get a chance to buy.

QUOTE (gregc1 @ Feb 22 2012, 06:14 PM) *
Thanks for the reply Todd!

I definitely think I'm going to go ahead and update.



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Been a while! Time for a NEW GUITAR RIG 4 PATCH!

Demo Sound
Attached File  StereoMonsterLead.mp3 ( 664K ) Number of downloads: 1738


Guitar Rig 4 file
Attached File  StereoMonsterLead.ksd.zip ( 6.19K ) Number of downloads: 949


Crazy structure in this one

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post Aug 1 2012, 05:54 AM
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CRAZY TRAIN RANDY SOLO PATCH


This patch is a tribute to the wild man himself and his killer room tone with a Marshall cranked up to MELT FACES!

Attached File  Crazy_Train_.ksd.zip ( 5.31K ) Number of downloads: 943

Attached File  CrazyTrainPatch.mp3 ( 747.27K ) Number of downloads: 1587

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post Aug 3 2012, 04:25 AM
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Edge U2 Style Patch (But with a bit more gain)

Attached File  Edged_without_you1.ksd.zip ( 4.62K ) Number of downloads: 662


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YNGWIE / BEN HIGGINS - MARSHALL STACK LEAD TONE (Not Crazy Gain, just Enough)

Attached File  GMC125__Ben_Higgins_Marshall_Lead.ksd.zip ( 5.13K ) Number of downloads: 684

http://soundcloud.com/techniqueswithtodd/guitar-rig-4-5-yngwie-patch
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This is a great suggestion! Can you email BOGDAN and mention it to him? The more feedback they get from students directly the better!

Todd

QUOTE (carminemarotta @ Dec 24 2010, 04:34 PM) *
Something similar, regardless of the amp or software used, should be put in the main page of every lesson, like for the scale used. It will make easier to recreate the tone of the lesson.
Just my idea.

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Here is a DIRECT LINK To this GUITAR RIG 4 PRESET VAULT so that it's easy to get back to smile.gif

http://bit.ly/guitarrig4presets


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How have I never seen this thread? I'll share some of my stuff tomorrow.


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