Creative tools

Guitar Rig 7 Player offers a range of creative tools for advanced effects processing. Get creative with parallel effects chains and synth-style modifiers:


LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator): A periodic waveform at a subsonic rate. As a modifier, this is useful to create constantly changing parameter values. Create tremolo effects, synced rhythmic filter sweeps, or swelling distortion.

Envelope: Generates a very flexible control signal, whose shape you can edit accurately using a graphical editor.

Step Sequencer: Produces up to 16 sequential control signals, which can have rhythmic values of quarter notes to 1/32nd notes.

Analog Sequencer: Works much like the Step Sequencer, but you can change the value of each control signal to create more complex rhythmic patterns.

Input Level Modifier: Creates a control signal based on the input level of the rack.


Split: Splits the signal into two parallel paths, which is especially useful for stereo effects and to mix the sounds of two independent effect chains.

Crossover Mix: Allows for parallel effects similar to the Split, but uses a variable threshold frequency to separate the higher parts of a signal from the lower parts.

Container: A utility for creating custom multi-effects. Assemble your processing chain, then assign the eight macro-knobs to the key controls on any of the effects in the chain. You can even assign a knob to several controls at once.


Sidechaining: Several effects have been given a sidechain input. This essential enhancement provides much more than the characteristic ducking/pumping sound, allowing a wide range of creative techniques.
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