Rob Papen RG 1.6.1 (VSTi, AU) [MacOSX]

By | June 24, 2018

 

Year of manufacture : 2015
Version : 1.6.1
Developer : Rob Papen
Developer’s site : Rob Papen
Platform : iNTEL
Format : VSTi, AUi
Language : English
Tablet : The program is treated (does not require the introduction of data deliver and work)
System requirements : Mac: 32 & 64 bits AU, VST and AAX, for OSX 10.6 or higher

Description : RG is a unique plug-in groove, which is much more than just a virtual rhythmic guitarist! With the built-in sequencer RG, you can create classic rhythmic guitar patterns and besides that you can use the synthesizer functions and effects to create new fresh guitar grooves. To play the grooves, RG uses the “major chord” and “minor chord” layouts, each of which has two options for sequenced patterns (A or B).
Just pressing one note in the minor or major keyboard range and groove will play! Sonic sets are sampled guitars that give you more freedom and flexibility when using the synthesizer functions and RG effects. In addition, there are also power chords, distortion sounds and muted guitar sounds that do not have a minor or major fret, but can still be sequenced by options A and B.
The RG synthesis section includes a classic analog filter, an LFO, envelopes and a modulation section. The effects section can connect up to 3 effects at a time. This includes MIDI synchronized delays, chorus, as well as speaker simulators, phaser, flanger and many others.
Types of Guitars:
The classic Fender Stratocaster electric guitar (major and minor7 chords)
• A 8th note groove type Steel String acoustic guitar (major and minor chords)
• A 16th note groove type Steel String acoustic guitar (major and minor chords)
• A Power Chord groove type Distorted guitar (5ths chords / absense of 3rd)
• Muted Low and Muted High groove type guitar (single notes / no chords)

 

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