Real Guitar vrs Virtual Guitar

Discussion in 'alt.steinberg.cubase' started by Bram Wheeler, Oct 29, 2004.

  1. Bram Wheeler

    Bram Wheeler Guest

    Anyone had any experiences with Real Guitar

    Seems to have more flexibility, on the surface, but the demos always look
    good


    Any help appreciated

    Bram
     
    Bram Wheeler, Oct 29, 2004
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  2. Please supply a link to the appropriate website.
     
    Rev. T. H. Eslam, Oct 29, 2004
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  3. hard to compare. VG plays patterns nad RG plays solo/lead.

    so VG is for background and RG ist or creating own melodies.
     
    Sebastian Wolter, Nov 11, 2004
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  4. Bram Wheeler

    Zeitgeist Guest

    Virtual guitar never sounds right unless you layer ten ton of stuff on top
    of it, if it is just meant as an odd plink in the background, then it is
    more a sound then virtual guitar, like any manipulated sound its down to the
    listener.

    For actual audible chords, picking patterns, solo. A VG will fall rather
    heavily on its face. They are clearly audible for anyone who listens as
    virtual guitars.

    I do a lot of guitar work for home music makers the difference between a
    live performance, even one looped, and a VG is massive.
     
    Zeitgeist, Nov 27, 2004
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  5. Bram Wheeler

    Peanut Brain Guest

    well, speaking as a guitar player, they're ok for some stuff like basic
    fingerpicking and background use. They don't come close if you're
    looking for overdrive stuff or strumming. And leads are pathetic...
    there's no way you can duplicate a real guitars pull-off, hammer-ons,
    slides and bends etc..
     
    Peanut Brain, Nov 28, 2004
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  6. Bram Wheeler

    Bram Wheeler Guest

    There is a piece of software called Real Guitar form Musiclabs

    They have demos at the web site

    Worth a look

    Bram
     
    Bram Wheeler, Dec 2, 2004
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    Terry Cano Guest

    I use the muisclabs MIDI verision of the real Guitar
    pretty good...easy to use
    haven't tried their new audio verision
    Terry
     
    Terry Cano, Dec 2, 2004
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  8. Bram Wheeler

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    i own a Musiclab RealEight and i love it very much, I use to play guitar but have dedicated my life to keyboard. I should of started out learning keyboard at first.
     
    Syntheside, Dec 21, 2017
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