One possible cause of not hearing your guitar through the Eleven Rack is having the wrong RIG INPUT source selected.
It's easy to overlook if you have been Re-Amping or using another input through the Eleven Rack Rig such as the Mic. If this happens to you, stay calm, and check the RIG INPUT setting. If you are playing guitar then you want GUITAR selected as the input source.
You can access this setting from the front panel of the Eleven Rack or from the Eleven Rack Editor.
See the following video for steps
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
228 "HATE" Eleven Rack Rigs
(456 HATE Rigs total, if you count the MONO version of each rig)
HATE Rigs employ lower gain than what I usually set. Don't confuse lower gain with thinking they are less brutal! The rigs are just as brutal, maybe even more brutal since with less gain we get better articulation. But, tweak the gain to your liking. Also tweak the 'Presence' control. Most rigs have a relatively low Presence setting to control noise and to sit in the mix without popping out too much, adjust to taste.
HATE Rigs are HIGHLY tweak-able from the tone stack (the amp knobs), so adjust as you wish. The Parametric EQ sweeps out some low-mid "boxiness" and gives a more modern sounding metal tone. If you don't like it, either adjust or simply bypass it for a more natural amp tone.
If you find the Chorus and Flanger induce "phasiness" into the signal, simply bypass them. I have them ON by default because I like the wider tone when playing or working on a riff. When it comes to recording I may or may not bypass them, it just depends. Adjust and/or bypass the Reverb as you wish.
Now go forth and make some BRUTAL, HATE FILLED, METAL \m/
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
NOW AVAILABLE - DOWNLOAD ALL BENONI STUDIO ELEVEN RACK RIGS WITH ONE CLICK!
I have combined all the rigs I have made into ONE package. I will update the download link if/when more rigs are added.
Also included are the 104 Original Rigs from the Eleven Rack firmware v.1
Last update 04/07/15 - 4,684 Rigs Total
Sunday, September 7, 2014
20 Eleven Rack Rigs
8 - 22 Rigs
8 - FUBAR Rigs
4 - Circle Rigs
These rigs are different from all other rigs. They are not setup to "sound good". These rigs are for creative uses.
Every effect slot has a setting, so turn things ON/OFF ect...
Saturday, May 17, 2014
In the following video, you will see exactly how to make your Eleven Rack go to 11!
DO NOT WATCH THE VIDEO, if you want to find this trick on your own.
I have spoken of this trick before, but have never shown how to actually do it. Now that the
Eleven Rack is about 5 years old, I feel it's time for it to be publicly revealed.
Simply watch the video below to see how to do the trick.
Friday, May 16, 2014
Did you know the Eleven Rack actually "goes to 11"?
I have spoken of this trick before, but now, I will reveal the secret....soon!
Watch the YouTube channel for a video to be uploaded in the next couple of days or so.
Until then, try to find it yourself - it's real.
Thursday, May 15, 2014
When using the Standalone Eleven Rack Editor and the Parametric EQ, you will notice some differences in how the 'Q' setting is displayed.
My guess is that the Standalone Editor is using a Linear algorithm for the displayed number in relationship to the knob position, while the Eleven Rack and the Eleven Rack Editor that is integrated into Pro Tools LE 8 - Pro Tools 10, use a different algorithm.
For example, if I set the 'Q' to 5.2 on the Standalone Editor, the number displayed on the Eleven Rack and Integrated Editor will be 1.5
If I set the 'Q' to 9.6 on the Standalone Editor, it will display as 8.5 on the Eleven Rack and Integrated Editor, ect....
However, the tone you get, the actual width of the 'Q', will be the same.
So, what you need to takeaway from this is:
If you set up a Rig/preset on the Standalone Editor, then you take the Eleven Rack to a gig and check the 'Q' values from the front panel, DON'T CHANGE THE SETTINGS! The sound you get will be exactly as you had set it. The only difference is the number displayed. The actual width of the 'Q' is the same, the sound will be the same - only the number is different.
Watch the video below to see this in action