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a few questions

Discussion in 'GUITAR RIG' started by herrcoffell, Apr 5, 2009.

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  1. herrcoffell

    herrcoffell New Member

    im trying to get rid of any pops,bleeps and you name it out of my computer when playing they are mostly prevalent when using the exp pedal on the rig control. here are the following system specs on my comp

    sound play:sigmatel c-major audio
    dell xps mxg051
    intel pentium processor 2.00Ghz
    1.99 Ghz
    2.00gb of ram
    service pack 3

    here is the 2nd question i have reaper on my computer(the trial version) and i want to record mainly for rough versions of songs and i am running the sound out from my headphone jack on the rig control into a pair of speakers and a subwoofer. what would i have to do to effectivly record my idea's on reaper so they could play back and etc.

    i appreciate any and all help:cool:


    i appreciate any and all help that i get from all of you
  2. Marc_S

    Marc_S NI Product Owner

    For question one:

    Make sure you've disabled speed stepping in your BIOS. Also, turn off the internet when you're playing. Are you using the Rig Kontrol for your audio input and output? If so, what are your settings for latency? Do you have High Quality mode on? If so, please turn it off.

    For question two:

    You need to look at the documentation for Reaper. Guitar Rig will act as an audio effect plug-in, so you'll need to create an audio track, assign it to the input of your Rig Kontrol and add the Guitar Rig plug-in to that same track. You'll also need to make sure that the Rig Kontrol is your input and output in Reaper's audio preferences.
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