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Started by Elantric, February 12, 2011, 03:37:17 PM
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QuoteThere's a related limitation that you can't use the GR-55 as an audio interface for Guitar Rig or Amplitube as you can't mute your guitar's input in the GR-55 and send it to your computer (you will always hear your raw guitar in addition to the computer processed sound).
QuoteIf they made their own hardware PCM player; I'd definitely give it a go again.
QuotePaults wrote>1) Go to SystemPEDAL/GK CTL (enter)Tab over to VOL If you want to be able to hear the normal guitar when your switch is in the "GUITAR" position, change GK VOL to "TONE VOLUME", and turn NORMAL PU "OFF". With the switch in MIX, you'll hear both the GK knob output, and your normal guitar output, with independent control for each. In GK position, you'll just hear COSM/PCM sounds, and in GUITAR, just the normal guitar.The other advantage to "TONE VOLUME" is it lets the guitar models be much more responsive and expressive. The GK settings can also be changed per patch, but this is based on the factory settings. I'm used to having my VG set up this way, so this setting may stay global for me.
Quote from: Elantric on February 21, 2011, 07:33:44 PMI assume these were manipulated by your remote MIDI controller?What MIDI CC# numbers worked?
Quote from: ddlooping on March 20, 2011, 11:47:39 AMAn example of the use of assignments to create a wide-ranging guitar patchAssign two different COSM guitars to S1example: Strat & Les PaulHow do you assign to S1/S2?
Quote from: celtic_dude on March 20, 2011, 07:05:32 PMHow do you assign to S1/S2?
QuoteI personally find the price a bit steep compared to the price of the GR-55.
QuoteI'd be tempted to call that a bug.
QuotePuzzling as to why a 3rd party genius had to come up with the editor software while Roland seems to not care.