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Old 04-04-2020, 08:22 AM
rmanno rmanno is offline
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Default Guitar Amps/Cabs

I have an issue while trying to record guitar while in Pro Tools First. Clean guitar is not a problem.

However, I cannot for the life of me get a rock or metal tone. Using the pedals and effects is horrible. Tinny, weak and no balls whatsoever.

I know you can do it. What am I missing? There are supposed to be amps and cabs that you can use, however I for the life of me cannot find them or find an add on that will do it. Do I need to buy a plug in?

Also I got the Focusrite drum pack download but all that are in it are a bunch of folders. I am assuming that I need to copy them but have no idea where.

Thanks in advance!

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