MusicLab RealRick 6 v6.1.0.7549

In the early 1960s, the history of Rickenbacker® was forever associated with one of the biggest musical upheavals of the 20th century. the invasion of the Beatles from Liverpool, England. The Beatles generated unprecedented international interest in Rickenbacker. John Lennon owned at least four models, and George Harrison’s double 360/12 (the second the company released) defined a new tone at the other end of the sonic spectrum. Its ringing sound graced the songs “You Can’t Do That”, Eight Days a Week, “A Hard Day’s Night”, “Ticket To Ride” and others. 

Jim McGuinn made the bell timbre the basis of the early style of the Byrds. Peter Townshend of The Who, John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Kay of Steppenwolf, and many other famous guitarists of the 1960s became loyal Rickenbacker® users. 

Bands such as Oasis, Pearl Jam, Radiohead, U2, and other leading contemporary artists include guitars in their musical arsenal Rickenbacker®: The Rickenbacker® is the go-to guitar for artists such as Peter Buck of REM, Laura Jane Grace of Against Me!, and many more.

Features of MusicLab RealRick 6

  • Sample-based modeling for authentic guitar sounds.
  • Innovative performance modes for incredible playability.
  • Advanced key/pedal/speed switching system for realistic expressiveness.
  • 24-bit 96kHz high-quality dry samples for precise sound reproduction.
  • 8 guitar patches including mono and stereo options.
  • Built-in song sequencer for easy arrangement.
  • High-quality guitar FX processor with over 200 presets.
  • Modeling of guitar-specific techniques for added realism.
  • Patented technology for accurate chord voicing.
  • Huge library of 1250 rhythmic patterns for authentic accompaniment.
  • Sophisticated humanization algorithms for maximum realism.

Technical Details & System Requirements

  • Version:
  • Developer: MusicLab
  • Format: STANDALONE, VSTi, VST3i, AAX
  • Bit depth: 64-bit
  • System requirements: Windows 10+
  • Download Size: 1.57 GB

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