• RealGuitar v4.0.0.7231 WiN MAC TEAM R2R 29.4.2016 WiN: 203.76 MB OSX: 210.49 MB If you are serious about creating truly realistic sounding solo and accompaniment guitar stuff.
  • 14 Dec 2018 MusicLab releases RealGuitar 5.0 09 Oct 2017 MusicLab releases RealEight 4.0 for Mac and Win 21 Sep 2016 MusicLab releases RealRick 4.0 for Mac and Win 28 Jul 2016 MusicLab releases RealLPC 4.0 for Mac and Win 06 Jun 2016 MusicLab releases RealStrat 4.0 for Mac & Win 28 Apr 2016 MusicLab releases RealGuitar v4.0 26 Nov 2015 MusicLab.
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For the latest addition to the 'Real' range, MusicLab have turned their expert attention to the classic Les Paul Custom.

Musiclab RealGuitar 4. اگر میخواهید یک قطعه موسیقی گیتار را توسط کامپیوتر بسازید، تنظیم کنید، و یا در آهنگ خود استفاده کنید، نرم افزار Musiclab RealGuitar گزینه مناسبی است.

«MusicLab RealLPC»

by Nick Magnus, Sound On Sound magazine about RealLPC

RealLPC’s interface, shown in ‘solo’ playing mode. The green circles in the upper and lower (grey) areas of the keyboard indicate active keyswitch assignments.

When MusicLab released RealStrat at the tail end of 2007, they unleashed a powerful and articulate virtual instrument that was capable of eliciting astonishingly realistic guitar performances based on the sound of the Fender Stratocaster. When I reviewed it in the January 2008 issue of SOS, the ‘Cons’ section stated “None, except ‘more guitar models, please!’” Well, it seems that MusicLab had no intention of letting the idea rest there, and now the ‘Real’ treatment has been applied to another electric guitar icon — the Gibson Les Paul Custom (hence the LPC of the title). It could almost be seen as a fitting tribute to the late, great Les Paul. RealLPC is effectively a re-skinning of RealStrat, using a completely new core library of Les Paul Custom samples.

Operationally the two instruments are identical, having the advantage that sequenced performances previously played by Real Strat can be redirected to RealLPC and still work as intended, so long as the corresponding performance parameters are set up identically for both instruments. RealLPC’s GUI depicts a glossy black Les Paul guitar with gold trim, set against a dark green-gold background. The overall dark colour scheme makes the parameter legending a little less legible than on RealStrat, although the brightness and contrast settings of my LCD monitor may have some bearing on this.

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I should also mention at this point that the entire sample library comes in at around 2GB and that RealLPC is fairly gentle in terms of both RAM and CPU requirements.

Concept In Brief

The Pattern Manager window, showing the library of pre-programmed strumming MIDI files organised by genre, variation and tempo.

As RealStrat and RealLPC share an identical layout and parameter set, for a detailed description of the overall concept it’s worth revisiting the RealStrat review at /products/realstrat/reviews.html. To reiterate briefly, RealLPC offers five performance modes; Solo, Harmony, Chords, Bass & Chord and Bass & Pick. Solo mode (to my mind, the instrument’s true highlight) is fully polyphonic, giving access to a vast array of articulations and guitaristic techniques, all accessed via keyswitches. The other four modes employ variations on the ‘strumming’ technique: hold a chord with your left hand while ‘strumming’ it using dedicated trigger keys located higher up the keyboard. RealLPC analyses your chords and produces suitable guitar voicings. These are also dependent on other factors such as your position on the keyboard, and the position of the virtual ‘capo’.

RealLPC also features the same built-in Pattern Manager as RealGuitar and RealStrat. Pattern Manager is a library of pre-programmed MIDI-file strumming patterns that can be dragged and dropped into your sequencer tracks and copied and pasted as required. All you have to do is play chords on the keyboard, and Pattern Manager does the strumming for you. Useful for quick song construction, perhaps, but never as effective, realistic or fun as a spontaneous, hands-on performance!

RealLPC Vs RealStrat

RealLPC’s keyswitch window, showing the 33 assignable keyswitch locations. The sliders and drop-down arrows on some articulations allow the user to set the speed and range of the effect.

Many years ago, as a keyboardist who had lovingly assembled a multi-keyboard rig of carefully chosen instruments, I naively wondered why electric guitarists felt the need for more than one guitar — surely they all sounded the same? Happily, I recovered from that daft misconception, and RealLPC clearly demonstrates just how different two guitars can sound. As a non-guitarist, I’m fully aware of the risk of ‘misquoting the Bible’ with the following comparisons! Nevertheless, on the one hand we have the bright and wiry tone of RealStrat. This is well suited for a wide variety of styles, such as country, American AOR, ska, reggae and rock & roll. However, that inherent wiriness can be problematic when recreating overdriven low-end riffs and single lines, due to the slightly enharmonic quality of RealStrat’s sound in the lower registers. The upper frequencies tend to be magnified, sounding rather like excess fret rattle, resulting in a blurred sound and subjective loss of clarity. Some fairly drastic EQ is necessary if you want to minimise these artifacts.

On the other hand, RealLPC has a comparatively muted, bell-like tone with warmth and solidity, the accent being on the mid-frequency range. The differences become very apparent when playing overdriven lead sounds in the lower range — typically, those powerful, underpinning lines that parallel the bass part. RealLPC displays far less of that enharmonic quality, resulting in a distinct solidity and clarity of pitch. This makes it ideal for heavy metal riffing, power chugs, palm-muted phrases and other styles where crisp execution and clarity are essential. RealLPC is therefore well suited to metal, heavy rock, progressive, Britpop… in fact, any style where soloing, riffing and power chords are the order of the day.

When heard with no processing, RealLPC has a more pronounced initial attack than RealStrat, giving the impression that the sustain portion of notes doesn’t ring out as long, but in fact it does. The overall tonal character can be adjusted using the pickup position slider, which offers 14 different positions, from bridge to body pickup and anywhere in between. In conjunction with the treble and bass EQ settings, a reasonable variety of ‘colours’ is available even before you start to add further processing. RealLPC responds very well to effects such as chorus and rotary speaker, lending strummed chords a distinctively chiming and lively character.

Conclusion

Over the last couple of years, RealStrat has become an essential part of my recording setup. It’s so expressive and versatile that I recently used it (and RealGuitar) to provide almost all the guitars for an entire prog rock album. If there were any reservations at all about the tonal qualities of RealStrat under certain conditions, RealLPC offers the perfect foil — and this is hardly surprising, considering that many guitarists switch instruments on a regular basis to suit the style of music they’re playing. The only improvements I could think of are marginal: optional skins, perhaps? A choice of gold top or sunburst would be nice. Individually tunable strings would also help to create a ‘slightly less than perfect’ vibe.

MusicLab have an inspirational suite of instruments in their ‘Real’ range, and one wonders what the next in the electric series might be. Something quite different, but complementary, perhaps? How about a 12-string Rickenbacker?

Amplitube 3 Custom Shop Bundle

As with RealStrat, RealLPC comes bundled with Amplitube 3 Custom Shop, a cut-down version of IK Multimedia’s Amplitube 3 Guitar Amplifier simulation plug-in. Although providing limited facilities, this is a welcome freebie to get things rocking if you don’t already have an amp plug-in. There are also plenty of freeware amp simulators available on the net if you’re strapped for cash and want to explore the possibilities further. For those on a modest budget, I’d suggest Studio Devil VGA as a good all-rounder with plenty of tonal variety, and for those who want the full-shred, mega-rig experience I can heartily recommend NI’s Guitar Rig 4.

Version 5.1.2

  • Added support for macOS Big Sur running on Intel processors
  • Fixed several bugs

Version 5.1.1

  • Added an application notarization on macOS
  • Improved Logic and GarageBand compatibility
  • Fixed several bugs

Version 5.1

  • Added colorful GUI as an option
  • Added resizable GUI
  • Added Drag and Drop Song events (chords and patterns) to DAW MIDI track
  • Added new way of using DAW MIDI track to edit and playback Song events directly to Song mode window
  • Added Hold Pedal on virtual keyboard
  • Added Pitch Wheel and Mod. Wheel MIDI activity indicators
  • Fixed Song Mode Velocity Curve save and load
  • Fixed VSTi evaluation within some VST host applications on macOS

Version 5.0.3

  • Fixed Audio Unit parameter automation issues
  • Fixed VST3 parameter automation issues
  • Added VST3 workaround for FLStudio AllNotesOff issue
  • Fixed Song mode Copy/Paste issue in Cubase
  • Fixed the Song Length panel does not pop up on right mouse click in timeline
  • Fixed FX key switches are not displayed on the virtual keyboard
  • Fixed Changing the mode to a non-solo one disables the Wah-Wah effect internally
  • Several other improvements and fixes

Version 5.0.2

  • Fixed Studio One crash on clicking RealGuitar UI on macOS
  • Fixed floating Strings sticking chord issue
  • Fixed switching between MULTI and SOLO modes
  • Fixed MIDI Guitar turned off on the UI closing and opening
  • Fixed Guitar mode Repeat keys issues
  • Fixed Mixcraft specific VST3 hosting issue
  • Fixed Audio unit issues in old hosts (i.e. Logic 9.1.8)
  • Fixed High/Low velo number boxes issue in Multi
  • Fixed Cursor freezing on MIDI CC #54
  • Fixed mode change issue in Cubase/VST3
  • Fixed asking to overwrite a newly created preset on Windows
  • Fixed creation of a preset with an empty (no) name
  • Fixed velocity curve behaviour inconsistencies
  • Added Library close ('X') button
  • Added Email support option in the Logo menu
  • Added Key-switch effect tooltips on keyboard keys
  • Added MIDI port icon added to the GUITAR button on the MIDI/SOLO mode page

Version 5.0.1

  • Fixed distorted sound (Mac, standalone)
  • Fixed Reverb Effect, Stereo/Mono/Double and Hold buttons don't work (Windows, VST 3, 64bit)
  • Fixed crash in Pro Tools 11 (Mac)
  • Fixed MIDI playback issue (Mac, Cubase 7.5 and earlier)
  • Fixed settings panel disappeared after clicking Reset in SONG mode in Steel String (Mac/Windows)
  • Fixed crash in Export MIDI File in SONG mode (Mac)
  • Fixed crash in OS X 10.9.5 (Mac, standalone)
  • Fixed volume issue in Steel String (Mac, 32bit)
  • Fixed MIDI input malfunction (Mac, standalone)
  • Fixed Chord Selector bug when the size in Display Settings is set to more than 100% (Windows)

Version 5.0

Two instrument combo pack

  • RealGuitar Classic – includes all of our original guitar models with loads of new playability features (fully backward compatible with RealGuitar 4)
  • RealGuitar Steel String – features the debut of our new Steel String guitar sample set with five patches and three tuning selections for each

New steel string guitar sample set

  • New high quality 24-bit stereo samples
  • 6-string, 7-string, Baritone guitar tunings
  • 12-string Standard and Baritone guitars
  • 14-string Standard guitar
  • Nashville Tuning for Standard and Baritone guitars
  • Authentic, deep velocity response with controllable Buzz and Slap noises
  • Up to 30 different samples for repeated notes
  • Stereo, Mono, and Double output options
  • Stop Slap, Stop Strum sound FX
  • Palm Mute sound with tightness control

New multi performance mode

  • Combining various guitar techniques (strumming, soloing, string picking, etc.) in a single performance layout
  • 25 new Key Switch FX in chordal modes
  • Velocity controllable number of strings in strummed chords
  • Live control of solo and strum techniques
  • Live control of chord inversions/positions
  • Free voices leading in strummed chords
  • Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs in chords
  • Slider (Bottleneck) guitar technique emulation
  • Numerous performance options, effects, and their combinations

New usability features

  • Advanced Velocity Curve control
  • Hi quality Reverb FX
  • Internal Loop in Song mode
  • Use of DAW MIDI track to edit and play Pattern track
  • Streamlined user interface for RealGuitar Steel String

Version 4.0

  • Song mode, a perfect songwriting tool, letting you insert chord changes and patterns for the song directly into the built-in Song Track
  • Smart Chord Selector, allowing to instantly insert chords in the Song Track
  • Powerful Style Filter added, letting you automatically find suitable patterns in Pattern Library by musical criteria: tempo range, meter, playing technique, and rhythm feel
  • Export MIDI file from Song mode
  • Humanize engine with 9 parameters
  • MIDI output mode for Pro Tools/AAX
  • Harmonics on black Add-on keys added in Bass&Pick mode
  • Slow Strum time slider added in Timing panel
  • FretNoise automatic for repetitive notes improved
  • FretNoise (trigger) FX
  • Transpose, Transpose(toggle) FX
  • Unison/Octave selection added for Harmonics FX
  • Strum Time range increased to 200 ms
  • PB down->Slide range automation

Version 3.1

  • 32/64-bit AAX support on Windows/Mac
  • 32/64-bit VST3 support on Windows/Mac
  • Minor bug fixes

Version 3.0.1

  • Resolves an issue that may cause a host application (e.g. Logic Pro, Cubase) to freeze or crash (Mac OS X)
  • Improves compatibility with Studio One (AU, VST3, Mac OS X)
  • Addresses an issue that prevents performing of first chords in MIDI track recorded in Joystick mode
  • Addresses Joystick mode MIDI record playback issue of not playing some chords after the rewind
  • Improves compatibility of Joystick mode recorded track performance
  • Adds support of Guitar Hero for Mac/PC guitar controllers
  • Changes RealGuitar Chorus Level automation from MIDI Controller 48 to MIDI Controller 93
  • Changes MIDI Controller 48 function in RealGuitar from Chorus Level to Pitch Bend Down mode automation which is compatible with two other instruments
  • Adds Pitch Bend Down mode automation with MIDI Controller 48 to RealGuitar, same as in RealStrat and RealLPC
  • Improves compatibility with ProTools using VST to RTAS wrapper

Version 3.0

  • New GUI
  • Playable keys on virtual keyboard (mouse click)
  • Note names display on virtual fretboard
  • Strokes, FX, Articulations display in the Info bar
  • New MODES:

    Joystick mode

    • Our unique Struminator technology, including Smart Strum, Smart Strings, Color Tab modes letting you create guitar accompaniment parts with unbelievable realism and expression using alternative MIDI controller (standard Guitar Hero game controller by Activision Inc.)

    MIDI Guitar mode

    • MIDI access to individual strings (6 channels->6 strings) with independent pitch bend control, and FX
    • Guitar MIDI interface multi-channel support letting you use normal guitar via MIDI converter with RealGuitar/Strat/LPC
  • Added chords: Sus2, Maj7/9, 6/9, m7/11
  • User Chord Banks for chordal modes (edit/change factory chord fingerings)
  • Added switchable FX/Articulations:
    • Tapping
    • Legato
    • String Select
    • SlideUp (trigger) - triggers slide up FROM the playing note(s)
    • SlideDown (trigger) - triggers slide down FROM the playing note(s)
  • Modulation Wheel FX Switch
  • Drop C (6th string lowest note)
  • MIDI CC11 Expression control support
  • Full automation control for KeySwitch FX via NRPN
  • Added to RealGuitar:
    • Virtual keyboard
    • Expanded Repeat Key zones (left and right)
    • Expanded Key Switch range (similar Strat/LPC)
    • Key Switch Panel (similar Strat/LPC)
    • Pedal Switch between performance modes (Solo->Chords/Bass&Chord/Bass&Pick)
    • Lower and Higher Velocity FX individual boxes
    • PitchBender Up and Down - individual settings and FX
    • Added Key/Pedal/Velocity switch FX (up to 24)
  • 64-bit VST3 support on Mac
  • A lot of smaller improvements

Version 2.3

  • 64-bit standalone and VSTi support on Windows
  • 64-bit AudioUnit and Cocoa UI support on Mac OS X
  • The license agreement clause 3 'Other restrictions' is changed
  • Cubase 64bit Audio Mixdown issue is fixed (Windows)
  • Pattern Manager Half/Double Tempo issue after reopening a project is fixed (Windows)
  • 'guitars not found', i.e. bank loading issue on reopening a project with a sample rate not equal to 44100 nor to 48000 is fixed (Windows)

Version 2.2.1

  • MIDI Output to VST host feature added
  • Several bugs fixed

Version 2.2

  • Fixed issue with MIDI controller 7 (Volume)
  • Improved DXi and MIDI automation
  • Improved OS compatibility
  • Several minor bug fixes

Version 2.1.5

  • An erroneous sustain behaviour fixed (Mac/PC)
  • Several minor fixes (Mac/PC)

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Version 2.1.4

  • Several bugs fixed since version 2.1.3: VST presets load/save, drag'n'drop on Mac (Mac/PC)

Version 2.1.3

  • VST 2.4 support added (VST 2.4 compatible hosts are now supported - Cubase 4+, Live 5.2+ etc) (Mac/PC)
  • Random noising at 96kHz bug fixed (Mac/PC)

Version 2.1

  • All executable components are Universal Binaries - both PPC and Intel Macs supported
  • Pattern Manager fixes: drag'n'drop pattern; add/delete pattern; right-click -> Show Style info, Add/Delete/Rename style folder (Mac)
  • Fixed audio output select bug in standalone version (Mac)
  • Added VST/DXi/AU/CC automation for new RealGuitar2 parameters (Mac/PC)
  • Added Pitch Bender->Velocity Dynamics parameter ('Velo Add' in PB combo box) (Mac/PC)
  • Added saving Bypass and Tempo parameters of Pattern Manager within the song (Mac/PC)
  • Some minor bugs fixed (Mac/PC)

Version 2.0

  • Built-in Pattern Manager added letting you use RG Pattern Library in the whole new and convenient way (RealGuitar 2L version only)
  • 'Silent' key switching implemented
  • 4 keys (C1, C#1, D1, D#1) can now be used as Key Switches letting you assign and use up to 4 various guitar effects at a time
  • Pedal Switch FX added allowing to switch on various guitar articulations/effects by pressing Sustain Pedal
  • Bass Zone added - splits Main Zone into two parts for seperate use of various effects
  • Mono Bend added - applies pitch bending only to the lowest of the simultaneously played notes allowing to emulate guitar specific single-string bending techniques: Unison Bend, Bend/Release combined with sustained note(s), etc..
  • Hammer-On with automatic Pull-Off on key release added
  • Legato Slide added - automatic slide (up and down) between two legato played notes
  • Tremolo FX added - automatic repetition of played note(s) on key release
  • Velo Mute added - notes played with lower velocity values trigger muted sound
  • Chord/Bass option added - allows to construct major/minor triad chords with any note in the Bass, such as A/G, D/F#, Dm/C, etc.
  • Legato Chords implemented, letting note(s) sustain on chord change if the same note(s)/fret/string was triggered in the previous chord
  • In Chords mode now it is possible to disable upper strings in a chord

Version 1.5.3

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  • Added compatibility with Apple Logic 7.1 (Mac)
  • Fixed several bugs in VST and AU modules (Mac)

Version 1.5

  • Added a special Pattern playing mode allowing to use MIDI rhythm patterns for creating guitar accompaniment parts
  • Added special RnC mode allowing the direct access for Rhythm'n'Chords MFX plug-in to RealGuitar multi-sample architecture (within the Sonar sequencer)

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Version 1.01

  • DXi support added
  • VST and MIDI CC parameter automation added
  • Steel Stereo (290MB) guitar patch added
  • MIDI versions of Video Demos added (Sonar2.2 and Cubase SX2 song files)
  • Fixed some minor bugs

Version 1.0

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  • Initial release
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