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How UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 Can Help You Create Realistic and Expressive Rock Guitar Parts in Minutes


UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0: A Review




If you are looking for a realistic and easy-to-use electric rock guitar plug-in, you might want to check out UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0. This plug-in lets you create powerful guitar tracks in minutes, without any guitar skills or sound engineering knowledge. In this article, we will review UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0, its features, pros and cons, and how to use it in your music production.




UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0



Introduction




UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 is a virtual instrument plug-in that emulates the sound and performance of a professional rock guitarist. It is compatible with most DAWs that support VST, AU, or AAX formats, such as Ableton Live, Logic Pro, Cubase, Pro Tools, FL Studio, and more.


With UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0, you can choose from over 350 phrases in 30 different styles, ranging from subtle distortion to raging aggression. You can also play your own riffs and chords using your MIDI keyboard or controller, and adjust the sound and performance parameters to suit your taste and genre.


UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 also comes with 30 stomp box emulations and 60 Finisher FX modes that let you shape your tone with classic guitar effects such as wah, delay, chorus, reverb, and more. You can also use the Drop D and doubling modes for extra fatness and punch.


UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 is suitable for all levels of music production experience. Whether you are a seasoned musician or composer who needs a quick and easy guitar track, or a beginner who wants to learn how to create realistic guitar parts, UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 can help you achieve your goals.


UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 is the second version of the plug-in, which was released in 2023. The new version features improved sound quality, new instrument mode, freshly recorded samples and phrases, new stomp box effects and Finisher FX modes, MIDI drag-and-drop functionality, and more.


How to use UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0




To use UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0, you need to follow these steps:


How to install and activate the plug-in




To install UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0, you need to download the installer from the UJAM website or from your online retailer. You can choose between Windows or Mac versions depending on your operating system.


Once you have downloaded the installer, run it and follow the instructions on the screen. You will need to select a destination folder for the plug-in files and a folder for the sample library files. After the installation is complete, you need to activate the plug-in using your UJAM account or your serial number. You can do this by opening the plug-in in your DAW and clicking on the activation button. You will be redirected to a web page where you can log in or enter your serial number. Once you have activated the plug-in, you can start using it.


How to select a style, phrase, and key




When you open UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0, you will see a simple and intuitive interface that consists of four main sections: Style, Phrase, Common, and Finisher.


The Style section lets you choose from 30 different styles of rock guitar playing, such as metal, punk, grunge, indie, blues, and more. Each style has 12 phrases that represent different parts of a song, such as intro, verse, chorus, bridge, and outro. You can switch between the styles and phrases using the buttons on the interface or by pressing the keys on your MIDI keyboard.


The Phrase section lets you adjust the key, tempo, swing, feel, and variation of the selected phrase. You can also use the latch mode to loop the phrase continuously or the sync mode to sync it with your DAW's tempo. You can also mute or solo the phrase using the buttons on the interface.


To select a key for your phrase, you can use the key selector on the interface or press the keys on your MIDI keyboard. The plug-in will automatically transpose the phrase to match the key you choose. You can also use the mod wheel on your MIDI controller to change the key in real time.


How to play your own riffs and chords




If you want to play your own riffs and chords instead of using the predefined phrases, you can switch to the instrument mode by clicking on the guitar icon on the interface. In this mode, you can use your MIDI keyboard or controller to trigger different notes and chords from the selected style.


The plug-in uses an intelligent chord recognition system that lets you play complex chords with just one finger. For example, if you press C on your keyboard, the plug-in will play a C major chord. If you press C and G together, it will play a C major seventh chord. You can also use different octaves and inversions to create different voicings and variations.


You can also use the pitch bend wheel on your MIDI controller to bend the notes up or down for more expression and realism. You can also use the sustain pedal to sustain or cut off the notes.


How to adjust the sound and performance parameters




The Common section lets you adjust the sound and performance parameters of UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0. You can use the sliders and knobs on the interface to control the following parameters:


  • Volume: The overall volume of the plug-in.



  • Pan: The stereo position of the plug-in.



  • Tone: The brightness or darkness of the sound.



  • Drive: The amount of distortion or saturation applied to the sound.



  • Doubling: The amount of doubling or layering applied to the sound for more thickness and width.



  • Drop D: The tuning mode that lowers the sixth string by one tone for more heaviness and depth.



  • Thrust: The amount of compression or dynamics applied to the sound for more punch and clarity.



  • Scoop: The amount of EQ or filtering applied to the sound for more presence or smoothness.



How to use the stomp box effects and the Finisher FX




The stomp box effects are located at the bottom of the interface. They let you add classic guitar effects such as wah, delay, chorus, reverb, and more to your sound. You can turn them on or off by clicking on them or by pressing the keys on your MIDI keyboard. You can also adjust their parameters by clicking on them and using the knobs that appear on the interface.


The Finisher FX are located at the top right corner of the interface. They let you add creative and unique effects such as lo-fi, glitch, filter sweep, flanger, phaser, and more to your sound. You can choose from 60 different modes by clicking on them or by pressing the keys on your MIDI keyboard. You can also adjust their intensity by using the knob on the interface.


How to export MIDI patterns to your DAW




If you want to export MIDI patterns from UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 to your DAW, you can use the drag-and-drop functionality that is available in version 2.0. To do this, you need to click on the MIDI icon on the interface and drag the MIDI pattern to your DAW's track. You can also right-click on the MIDI icon and choose to copy the MIDI pattern to your clipboard. You can then paste it to your DAW's track.


By exporting MIDI patterns, you can edit them further in your DAW, change the sound source, or use them as a reference for your own playing.


Pros and cons of UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0




UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 is a powerful and versatile plug-in that can help you create realistic and expressive rock guitar tracks in minutes. However, like any other plug-in, it also has some pros and cons that you should be aware of before buying it. Here are some of them:


Pros




  • It is easy to use and intuitive. You don't need any guitar skills or sound engineering knowledge to use it.



  • It has a large and diverse library of phrases and styles that cover various genres and moods of rock music.



  • It has an instrument mode that lets you play your own riffs and chords with intelligent chord recognition and pitch bend features.



  • It has a high-quality sound engine that emulates the sound and performance of a professional rock guitarist.



  • It has a lot of sound and performance parameters that let you customize your tone and expression.



  • It has a lot of stomp box effects and Finisher FX modes that let you add classic and creative effects to your sound.



  • It has a MIDI drag-and-drop functionality that lets you export MIDI patterns to your DAW for further editing or reference.



  • It is compatible with most DAWs that support VST, AU, or AAX formats.



Cons




  • It is not very flexible or realistic when it comes to playing complex or unconventional chords or progressions. It is limited by the predefined phrases and styles.



  • It is not very suitable for acoustic or clean guitar sounds. It is focused on electric rock guitar sounds with distortion and saturation.



  • It is not very cheap. It costs $129 USD, which might be too expensive for some users.



  • It requires a lot of disk space and RAM. It needs 6 GB of disk space for installation and 4 GB of RAM for operation.



Conclusion




UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 is a great plug-in for anyone who wants to create realistic and expressive rock guitar tracks in minutes, without any guitar skills or sound engineering knowledge. It has a large and diverse library of phrases and styles, an instrument mode, a high-quality sound engine, a lot of sound and performance parameters, a lot of stomp box effects and Finisher FX modes, and a MIDI drag-and-drop functionality. It is easy to use and intuitive, and compatible with most DAWs that support VST, AU, or AAX formats.


However, UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 also has some limitations and drawbacks that you should consider before buying it. It is not very flexible or realistic when it comes to playing complex or unconventional chords or progressions, it is not very suitable for acoustic or clean guitar sounds, it is not very cheap, and it requires a lot of disk space and RAM.


Therefore, UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 is a plug-in that you should try before you buy. You can download a free trial version from the UJAM website or from your online retailer. You can also watch some video tutorials and demos on YouTube or on the UJAM website to see how it works and sounds in action.


If you are looking for a realistic and easy-to-use electric rock guitar plug-in, UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 might be the one for you. But if you are looking for something more flexible or realistic, or something more affordable or lightweight, you might want to look elsewhere.


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions about UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0:


Q: Can I use UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 with other virtual instruments?




A: Yes, you can use UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 with other virtual instruments in your DAW, such as drums, bass, keyboards, vocals, etc. You can also use it with other UJAM products, such as Virtual Drummer, Virtual Bassist, Beatmaker, etc . You can also use it with other virtual guitarists, such as Virtual Guitarist AMBER, SPARKLE, SILK, or CARBON.


Q: Can I use UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 with my own guitar samples or recordings?




A: No, you cannot use UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 with your own guitar samples or recordings. UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 is a plug-in that uses its own sample library and sound engine to create realistic and expressive guitar tracks. You cannot import or load your own samples or recordings into the plug-in.


Q: Can I use UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 for live performance?




A: Yes, you can use UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 for live performance, as long as your computer and DAW can handle the plug-in's CPU and RAM requirements. You can use your MIDI keyboard or controller to trigger different phrases, styles, keys, effects, and parameters in real time. You can also use the instrument mode to play your own riffs and chords on the fly.


Q: Can I use UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 for other genres than rock?




A: Yes, you can use UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0 for other genres than rock, as long as they fit the electric rock guitar sound and style of the plug-in. You can also adjust the sound and performance parameters to suit your genre and taste. However, if you are looking for a more acoustic or clean guitar sound, or a more diverse or specific guitar style, you might want to try other virtual guitarists or plug-ins that are more suitable for your genre.


Q: Can I get a refund if I don't like UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0?




A: UJAM offers a 30-day money-back guarantee for all their products, including UJAM Virtual Guitarist IRON V1.0. If you are not satisfied with the plug-in, you can contact UJAM's support team and request a refund within 30 days of your purchase. You will need to provide your order number and serial number for verification. dcd2dc6462


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