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What are you favorite VST's for recording? 
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Doesn't have to be guitar specific. I just downloaded a bunch of free ones to play with. But just wondering what everyone likes free or not.


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Been using Native Instruments' Guitar Rig 5. It's OK but, kind of dated.
It came with a bundle of NI plugins, that I purchased in 2013.
I still prefer mic'ing but, VST's are cool and very useful.

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I have S-Gear that comes with my Slate bundle. It's better than Guitar Rig.

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I don't have any clips to back it up, but Mercurial.

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Been using Native Instruments' Guitar Rig 5. It's OK but, kind of dated.
It came with a bundle of NI plugins, that I purchased in 2013.
I still prefer mic'ing but, VST's are cool and very useful.



Yeah, I have just been using DI pedals or my Zoom MS 60B for bass and recording either directly into the 1/8" stereo jack on my laptop or now into my behringer audio interface.

For guitar, I have been using a Zoom MS 50G and Digitech RP1000 the same way.

But, as I have been building up my recording setup, I discovered the concept of recording a dry signal along with the effected signal and reamping the dry signal, so I am wanting to experiment with using the VST's to reamp. I also want a better selection of effects that I can add afterwards or use for finishing touches on a track or the final mixdown.


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I don't have any clips to back it up, but Mercurial.


I need to make a proper song with their ReAxis plugin. It's amazing how quick I was able to dive into it and just knowing how to dial in a Mark series amp in general made it super easy to work with. I bought that during the same time I was doing the Helix trial and comparing their Mark IV to ReAxis, it's good but ReAxis is better (That being said I love Helix Native for other amps). Spark is the shit too. Downloaded the demo to fuck around with.

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