A ToonTrack Plugin demo.

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A ToonTrack Plugin demo.

Post by Verndog » Mon Aug 19, 2013 7:38 am

With an 8 string guitar.. This might be a drawn out in your face song, but it is interesting work on the lines of what sounds are being used where. Interesting indeed.
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Re: A ToonTrack Plugin demo.

Post by Craig » Mon Aug 19, 2013 7:58 am

I used to have both the Toontracks and the Native Instruments plugins. In the end, I preferred the sounds of Native Instruments "Guitar Rig 5". For guitar and bass, direct into the PC, the effects sounded much more "real" to my ear. Not a comment on Toontracks plugin being bad, it was amazing, I just felt the Guitar Rig was better. If you are thinking of buying one, check out Guitar Rig 5 before you buy!
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Re: A ToonTrack Plugin demo.

Post by Craig » Mon Aug 19, 2013 8:00 am

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