Guitar Rig 5 Problem

2014-04-02 17:31:50 by RealFaction

Very annoying clipping problems with Guitar Rig 5 in FL Studio 10, it's not the volume levels, this just started happening out of nowhere, didn't change a thing. It's like a glitch and I don't know how to fix it. Here's a video and you'll get to see the song I'm working on to hear the clipping issue.  Does anyone know how to fix this?

UPDATE: It's the fact I have so many of Kontakt 5 and Guitar Rig 5 running, something to do with my computer slowing down, it isn't acting as fast for some reason.  I got some advice on the forum thread I posted that may help, gonna probably have to start over on some songs and keep this in mind from now on.



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2014-04-02 20:34:43

I sent out your news link to other 2 folks who use FL studio... It could be the wire/connections between the guitar and computer, doesn't take much lint/hair/dirt to screw it up. Wipe all the connections down with alcohol, blow out all the recessed plugs, try again :p I had a similar clipping problem with a mic, and it was just a dirty plug.

(Updated ) RealFaction responds:

uh....i dont play guitar though...i use guitar string Shreddage samples loaded into kontakt 5.


2014-04-02 21:19:23

That's some common problem between FL and Native Instruments software.

RealFaction responds:

really? Dang, I mean for so long I didnt have this problem, just seemed to "pop up" out of nowhere. I can't have it, there has to be a fix.


2014-04-02 23:15:16

I have the same problem with Shreddage 2. Kontakt would glitch and the rendered file has clipping noises. Other kontakt libraries I use, would cut off notes in the final rendered version.

Btw, are you using Kontakt 5, x86 or x64? Because x64 version causes these problem if you do not use Bridge setting in FL Wrapper.

(Updated ) RealFaction responds:

Yes I use Kontakt 5, i think it's uh...x64 maybe. FL wrapper? bridge? Okay, you gotta tell me this O_o i gotta know!

UPDATE: Tried that, it's still doing it...what the hell....i cant let this stupid problem cost my job with the animation going to have to call Native Instruments tomorrow and ask if they've heard of this problem and if they know how to fix it. In the mean time, reinstalling.

Another update: Good news, it's only that FL project, bad news, it's still that I think it's just something to do with the way it's all mixed together, I'm honestly not sure.


2014-04-03 02:36:52

Eh, all digital is too mainstream, for an old guy like me. Had I known it was solid software issues, I would've ran away screaming! Nice catch Elitistinen, you're a real pal!


2014-04-07 09:29:47

When its "clipping" in whatever gain level you are, it is not clipping. The noise probably occurs when your computer cant't handle the load or its something wrong with the VST / Samples. Check the amount of voices the VST is using, and adjust max amount of voices in the Native Instruments accordingly. If that dosen't work, try reinstalling the VST. Better yet, try redownload the whole thing and reinstall. I hope that works.

RealFaction responds:

I've done that too unfortunately :( i've read that online multiple people have this problem so really, it's native instrument's fault. This really sucks.....i've tried all that though.