Berlin, January 13th, 2009 - Native Instruments today released GUITAR RIG 3.2, a free software update for its acclaimed digital guitar studio. The update brings full Windows Vista 64 compatibility to all flavors of GUITAR RIG 3 including its XE and LE versions, and includes 64bit drivers for the RIG KONTROL and SESSION I/O hardware.
Further improvements in version 3.2 include a new MIDI input filter function, new mono plugin variants for AU and RTAS, reduced memory footprint, and various minor optimizations and fixes. The 3.2 update also enables a third amplifier model and an additional effect unit in the LE version of GUITAR RIG 3.
The 3.2 update is now available as a free download for registered users of GUITAR RIG 3, GUITAR RIG 3 XE and GUITAR RIG 3 LE.
January 12, 2009, Anaheim, CA — Now available for Mac and PC, Aura Image Gallery III software provides the acoustic musician access to a vast library of Images created from an ever-expanding list of instruments. By connecting a compatible …
Interlochen Arts Academy is currently accepting applications for students interested in attending for the 2010-11 academic year. Students who apply before February 1 will receive priority status but applications received after that date wil …
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