On 21 feb 2007, at 22.09, mark sottilaro wrote: > Wait... didn't you say yesterday that you'd never buy > a product from NI ever again? ;) I'm just checking it out now. And because of that noise when feeding it MIDI CC# I can resist buying it for my own use. Too bad, because it's really a neat laptop alternative. I'm also interested in peoples opinion on gear because I sometimes write about gear. Thanks for your input, it was interesting to hear your take on the GR2. per > I took a listen to Guitar Rig 2 and while I found the > tone to be good (but very NI) and the ability to set > up ADSR envelops to control effects very nice... it > didn't do it for me. The "feel" wasn't there. I > imagine what I'm missing is related to latency. I > seem OK with it in the synth world but when it comes > to guitar it bothers me. Seems like it would be > perfect to record a nice clean tone into and be able > to mess with it during the mix process though. > > So what about that NI sound, eh? Personally I love it > but it's so there in every product they make. When I > checked out Massive the first thing I thought was, > "Woah, sounds like Reaktor." > > When I figured I'd have to have something to control > it anyway it just didn't make sense from a cost/weight > stance. Also factor in that it's pretty CPU hungry. > When the dust settled it seemed that my Vox > Tonelab/Lexicon MPX1 rig was clearly the way to go. > > Mark > > > --- Per Boysen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >> Hi List, >> >> I had a chance to try out Guitar Rig 2 and found an >> annoying problem. >> If you assign a MIDI expression pedal to some >> parameter (like wha- >> wha, volume or delay feedback) some rig patches >> create a crackling >> noise when the MIDI CC data is streaming. Have other >> GR2 user noticed >> this?