FL Studio: Slayer Guitar Emulator : FL Studio Tutorial: Amplifier Emulators for Slayer

FL Studio: Slayer Guitar Emulator : FL Studio Tutorial: Amplifier Emulators for Slayer


While the FO Slayer is really a great guitar
emulator, it has a few flaws. Most notably, is that if you were ever to hear it in a song
you will recognize it immediately as being Slayer. And, in using a guitar emulator on
a computer, you really want it to sound like a real guitar so that people think it is being
played. Not that it is being used like a Slayer in a digital program. I will be showing you
how to make this by using a third-party software plug-in. These are called VSTs. I am going
to be using two of them. One of them is called a JCM nine hundred. Which is basically a Marshall
amplifier emulation. And, one called Voxengo Boogex. Which is created by a third-party
software company. And, it is also both as well as a JCM. Available freely to find online
through your Internet. That you will find doing a quick search by using Google or your
other favorite search engine.

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