steve wrote:Guitar Rig will probably not work correctly as a plug-in with Audacity. For this functionality you should ideally use a host program that fully supports VST, real-time processing, and ASIO (for example, Cubase, Sonar, Reaper...)
You may be able to record the output of Guitar Rig if you set up the standalone version to use "direct sound" or "Multimedia" drivers (see the Guitar Rig manual for details). You would then need to set Audacity to record from "Stereo Mix" (if it is available on your computer - many modern Windows computers have this feature permanently disabled, but see here for details: http://wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/Mixer ... trol_Panel )
If you are unable to use Guitar Rig directly with Audacity, then you can still make the raw recording in another program, then Save or Export the recording from that program as a WAV file, then Import the WAV file into Audacity for editing and processing.
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