Guitar Rig Pro 5 Mac/Win Free Download

GUITAR RIG KONTROL is the supreme all-in-one tool for guitar and bass, combining the GUITAR RIG 5 PRO software with an ultra-flexible pedalboard controller and audio interface. Plug into RIG KONTROL, and you're ready to go.

The on-board studio-quality audio interface captures every detail of your instrument and playing style, while the software provides an incredible collection of perfectly modeled classic amps, cabinets, mics and effects — all in a super-simple drag-and-drop rack format. Any style, any time — the perfect solution for professional studio and live setups.

The package gives you the full version of the GUITAR RIG 5 PRO software. This powerful and intuitive effects rack provides 17 amps, 27 cabinets, 16 mics and 54 effects, recreated in stunning detail. The latest version includes two new amps — distortion specialists for lead and riffs — six powerful new effects and the all-new Control Room Pro for complete custom control.

The stylish RIG KONTROL provides intimate synergy between player and software, with eight switches, a sturdy pedal and an integrated audio interface. Premium analog-to-digital converters deliver crystal-clear 24-bit/192kHz, sound, and the all-new, updated audio drivers ensure that latency is reduced to an absolute minimum.

RIG KONTROL is also a universal MIDI controller, for use with any MIDI-compatible software or hardware, including the free GUITAR RIG 5 PLAYER. Just hook it up, and put the world of music production at your feet!

Propellerhead Reason 7

Propellerhead Software proudly presents Reason 7. The latest incarnation of the world’s favorite music software brings a slew of enhancements to help you create more and better music—and have even more fun doing it.With instruments that are easy to use, infinitely tweakable, and with a sound to fit any style, Reason has always offered a wide array of sonic capabilities. Now we’re adding even more to the mix. Reason 7 comes with MIDI out support to bring the sound of your favorite hardware synths and beat machines to the Reason rack. MIDI is handled by the new External MIDI Instrument device, fully integrated into the Reason environment. Automating MIDI equipment from Reason’s sequencer or even from control voltages in the Reason rack is a breeze to set up.
Swedish software company Propellerhead ,who have been responsible for the likes of Recycle and Rebirth, have announced the release of Reason 7.

The software has gained a loyal following over the years and has been used by notable artists who swear by it including The Prodigy's Liam Howlett who claimed Reason changed his life.

The most interesting feature for many users will be the addition of midi-out, allowing Reason to connect and integrate with external hardware.

Reason 7 will also boast an obscure new rack named the 'audiomatic retro transformer' which Propellerhead describe as a "future-retro effect unit with plenty of personality...that will instantly change the sound of your track".

A slightly less esoteric spectrum EQ and analyser will also be included to give you more visual feedback on what's happening in the mix.

Reason 7 will also feature the ability to group channels, some cool new slicing and audio manipulation tools to give you more control of your recordings, and an expanded soundbank. The full version of Reason 7 is available now priced at €405 but here you can download for FREE !

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Propellerhead Reason 6.5.3 Free Download

1. Move your Reason Sound Banks out of the way.
Reason requires the Reason 6 Factory Sound Bank and the Orkester Sound Bank. These must be located in the Reason application folder. If you already have these installed, it's easiest to move them to another folder before updating, and then move them back again afterwards.

2. We recommend that you uninstall your previous Reason version.
Windows users: Use the "Uninstall" function in the Control Panel.
Mac users: Manually delete the Reason folder.

3. Install
Windows users: Extract all files from the downloaded zip archive. Then double click the "Install Reason.exe" installer.
Mac users: Open the disk image and drag the Reason folder to your Applications folder on your hard drive.

4. Put your Reason Sound Banks in place.
If you moved your sound banks in step 1, simply move them back into the Reason application folder again.
If you don't have the sound banks on your computer, you need to install them from your Reason 6 DVD. Launch Reason - the program will ask you to insert the DVD and then automatically copy the sound banks to your hard drive.

Guitar Pro 6 Free Download Mac/Win

Guitar Pro 6 is a multitrack editor of guitar and bass tablature and musical scores, possessing a built-in MIDI-editor, a plotter of chords, a player, a metronome and other tools for guitarists and musicians. It has versions for Windows, Mac OS X (Intel processors only), and Linux and is written by the French company Arobas Music.

You'll know how to handle the interface in a matter of minutes, easily navigating over its tabs and buttons. For optimal ease in reading, you'll be able to display your scores as you prefer -- full-screen, double-page, or parchment-like --, and also display a guitar fretboard to visualize the exact positioning of your fingers on it.

The software makes use of multiple instrument tracks which follow standard staff notation, but also shows the notes on tablature notation. It gives the musician visual access to keys (banjos, drumkits, etc.) for the song to be composed, and allows live previews of the notes to be played at a specified tempo. It allows for certain tracks to be muted and provides dynamic control over the volume, phasing and other aspects of each track. Included in version 4 onwards is a keyboard that allows pianists to add their part to a composition.
Guitar Pro outputs sound by means of a library and/or, as of version 5, the "Realistic Sound Engine" which uses high quality recorded samples for a more realistic playback. By using its live preview feature musicians may play along with the song, following the tablature played in real time.

Files composed using Guitar Pro are recorded in the GPX, GP5, GP4 and GP3 format, corresponding to versions 6, 5, 4, and 3 of the software. These file formats lack backwards compatibility, and opening them in an older version of Guitar Pro prompts the user to upgrade their software to the respective version. These tab files are available for free on several websites, including songs of both underground and popular bands. However, copyright issues raised by the Music Publishers' Association (MPA) pressured some of these sites to close.

Steinberg Cubase 7 and Artist 7 Free Download Mac/Win Serial Incl.

Cubase 7 condenses almost three decades of Steinberg development into the most cutting-edge DAW anywhere. Used by star producers and musicians for composing, recording, mixing and editing music, Cubase combines outstanding audio quality, intuitive handling and a collection of highly advanced audio and MIDI tools. Whether you record an orchestra, a huge live rock show, or a band in the studio, Cubase is sublime in every sense of the word.

Installing Cubase 7 is relatively easy, and, as with previous major releases, it's possible to install Cubase 7 without disrupting an earlier 6.5 installation. One slight change is that the installer now downloads the latest Cubase build from the Web during installation, so you'll need to make sure your computer has an Internet connection (or, alternatively, you can download this core Cubase installer from another computer and run it after the main installer has finished). This is basically a good move, since it means you'll always install the latest version, although it could be frustrating if you ever want to install the program in a situation where you don't have access to an Internet connection.

The first new thing you'll see upon launching Cubase 7 is the Steinberg Hub, a full-screen view incorporating the old Project Assistant with a new 'news and tutorials' section that pulls content from Steinberg's servers. This is all very helpful, except that I wonder why Steinberg felt that the Hub needs to be full-screen. Since it paints a grey gradient over every display attached to your system, opening the Hub (which happens every time you create a new Project) on a multi-display system can become quite a jarring experience. Thankfully, though, the Steinberg Hub can be disabled in General Preferences so that Cubase reverts to the older Project Assistant window.

Once you create or open a Project, you'll notice that Cubase is, at least by default, a little darker and a little greyer, and you'll have to remember that you're not actually wearing blue-tinted glasses. I'm not sure why anyone would want to work in this out-of-the-box colour scheme (especially in the Key Editor, which has become ridiculously dark and obscure), and although you can fiddle around with the colour scheme in the Appearance Preferences, I still couldn't quite get back to the chromatic choices I liked in Cubase 6.5.

The transport icons that have graced the program since version 2 have been replaced by Nuendo's more conventionally styled alternatives, and the Track Control buttons now have a firmer outline with white highlights, making them stand out a little. This is helpful when you have a large number of tracks in a project, as is the new ability to search the Track List. Simply click the magnifying glass icon at the top of the Track List, and a pop-up is displayed that shows all the tracks in your project. As you type into the text field at the top of the pop-up, the list is filtered for tracks containing the search string. You can then jump to your required track either by clicking or using the cursor keys and pressing Return. Brilliant! (The icing on the cake here would be if there was a key command to open this pop-up.)