WNAMM11: New Guitar To Computer Link

US Single Alesis GuitarLink Plus cable connects to an instant FX rack with NI Guitar Rig      13/01/11

WNAMM11: New Guitar To Computer Link


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Alesis has announced the GuitarLink Plus. Here's what they have to say about it...
GuitarLink Plus easily connects guitars and other line-level audio sources directly into a computer. GuitarLink Plus' internal, analog-to-digital conversion brings studio-quality, 16-bit, 44.1 kHz digital-audio straight to a computer from 1/4" to USB. No need to install drivers, GuitarLink Plus connects plug-and-play to Mac or PC for a simple, streamlined studio solution. Once the guitar and computer are hooked up, Native Instruments Guitar Rig LE® software is included to begin processing the signal.
Guitar Rig LE® shapes a guitar sound with many emulations of classic amplifiers and effects pedals. Guitar performances can even be recorded within the software. GuitarLink Plus is the no-hassle way of running a guitar through a computer and making it sound better than ever.
"Alesis has a long tradition in developing smart studio solutions for musicians," said Dan Radin, Product Manager, Alesis. "GuitarLink Plus continues this tradition by giving guitarist a simple, yet powerful, way to process and record their instrument."
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