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    [SOLVED] Guitar effect pluggin

    Hello everyone!


    I'm running the UbuntuStudio and trying to record myself. I'm using Ardour (works so fine).But I've some problems with guitar effects, I use Creox, it's nice but don't gives me the sound that I'd like.

    I'm looking for a guitar effect like Izzy and Slash's one (the Guns'n'Roses guitarrists). Can anyone recommend me any plugin for Ardour or even any guitar effects creator? More over, if anyone knows how to make the G'n'R sound: can you tell me?



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    Re: Guitar effect pluggin

    HellO! try some of this or get inspired from it :

    http://www.ardaeden.net/gnuitar/

    Enjoy

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    Re: Guitar effect pluggin

    Quote Originally Posted by thorgal View Post
    HellO! try some of this or get inspired from it :

    http://www.ardaeden.net/gnuitar/

    Enjoy
    Thanks, I'm gonna prove it.
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    Re: Guitar effect pluggin

    when it comes to the guitar effects on pc, guitar rig is the king. period. it's not open source nor free but it works perfectly in wine. btw you need a DI box if you don't have one already

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    Re: Guitar effect pluggin

    you're right but the exercise described here : http://www.ardaeden.net/gnuitar/
    is to use completely free and native alternatives. I think it is fair to experiment with 0 dollar stuff first

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    Re: Guitar effect pluggin

    Quote Originally Posted by thorgal View Post
    you're right but the exercise described here : http://www.ardaeden.net/gnuitar/
    is to use completely free and native alternatives. I think it is fair to experiment with 0 dollar stuff first
    actually it got my attention, I'll try it too

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    Re: Guitar effect pluggin

    For Ardour the CAPS ladspa plugins are great amp/cabinbet, preamp, plate reverb, etc. You should be able to get decent Slash tones from them. Just search for "caps" in Synaptic.

    edit: If I had followed the link for gnuitar above, I would have realized CAPS was prominently mentioned already...
    Last edited by eric71; May 13th, 2008 at 11:03 AM.

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    Re: Guitar effect pluggin

    Thanks everyone!

    I'm working with CAPS, for me the best one of all suggested. But thanks anyway! Nice to know there are more guitarrists here!

    Thanks!
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    Re: [SOLVED] Guitar effect pluggin

    Hi are you guys getting really long latency/delay when you plug in? Mine is so bad that it makes the whole exercise a waste of time. I'm using the r-t kernel with the bug fix (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...r+delay&page=3) but it makes no difference either way. Could the lag be because I'm plugging in to the microphone input rather than usb or firewire??

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    Re: [SOLVED] Guitar effect pluggin

    could well be your jack setting (buffer length or period). What is your jackd setting ?

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