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Guitar Pro 7 Signature Sounds Explained

Guitar Pro 7 Signature Sounds Explained

There are over 700 signature sounds available in Guitar Pro 7. They allow you to reproduce the rigs and sound settings of the greatest guitar players, such as David Gilmour, Jimi Hendrix, Slash, Van Halen, and more.

Use them to improve the sound of your own Guitar Pro files, or plug your guitar into your computer and start playing using Guitar Pro 7 presets! No need to buy an entire guitar rig’s worth of gear to have fun.

So as to get closest to the real-life sounds of these legendary guitar players, each signature sound consists in the addition of an RSE (Real Sound Engine) instrument to an entire rig (with amps, pedals, and effects rack). Each sound recreates the entire chain of effects from the instrument to the amp, and you can also customize the settings.

 

Where to find them in GP7

You can find the signature sounds in the track inspector located on the right-hand side of your Guitar Pro 7 window. These sounds are labeled signatures.
 

Click on the name of the sound to display the list of sounds.

The Signatures category is available at the bottom of each type of instrument. These signature sounds have been crafted for:

• Acoustic guitars

• Electric guitars

• Basses

• Keyboards et synthesizers

• Orchestral instruments

• Drums and percussions

 

How to identify them

The signature sounds are named after an artist or a title. For example, Hills Autowah is referring to the song “Run to the Hills” by Iron Maiden.

Download here the complete list of signature sounds available in Guitar Pro 7.

 

How do they sound

Paranoid by Black Sabbath

This is an example of the signature sound called Paranoid Octave. It is used by Black Sabbath in the song “Paranoid”.

 

Purple Rain by Prince

Another example with the sound Purple referring to the effects used for the song “Purple Rain”.

 

Stairway to heaven by Led Zeppelin

Third example with the signature sound called Stairway. This uses Jimmy Page’s sound settings for the song “Stairway to Heaven”.

 

How to use them and why

You can use signature sounds to improve the tone of your own compositions or any Guitar Pro 7 files. It’s also possible to edit the volume and the settings for each sound.

Guitar Pro 7 also offers you to connect your guitar via a USB interface (your sound card for example) to hear yourself play through the software using the many signature sounds available.

Need help? Download the Guitar Pro 7 User Guide.

5 comments
  1. Gwen mollo - March 31, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    Hi,
    is possible to import or convert the Gp6 preset ??
    I made a lot, and i want to have them in Gp7.
    Thanks.

  2. Thargyi - April 6, 2018 at 9:20 am

    Hi

  3. oscar - April 11, 2018 at 11:23 pm

    Hi

    Brass sounds and string sounds are out of tune!!, why?
    when i mix guitars with trombone and/or violin just sucks!!!

    Is there any solution?

  4. Thomas Duflos - April 17, 2018 at 8:43 am

    Hi Oscar, sorry about that we are currently correcting them.

  5. Thomas Duflos - April 19, 2018 at 12:47 pm

    Hi Gwen, you can’t directly import GP6 presets. But if you are using Windows you can place your GP6 presets into that file: %AppData%\Arobas Music\GuitarPro7\My Effect Chain Presets or if you are on Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Arobas Music/guitarpro7/My Effect Chain Presets. if you need help don’t hesitate to contact our support here: goo.gl/tq6163 Thanks

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