Tuesday, May 13, 2014

864 LOcK 2 - Eleven Rack Rigs +Effect Presets

432 "LOcK 2" Eleven Rack Rigs

(864 LOcK 2 Rigs total, if you count the MONO version of each rig)


Eleven Rack Expansion Pack Required!

LOCK Rigs Pack #2

This pack is very similar to the LOCK Rigs pack. The difference is that LOcK Rigs Pack #2 have reduced high-end on the Parametric EQ.

Some other differences; the settings on the amps are tweaked a bit
and there is a different GREEN OD setting.
But other than that, they are the same - they have the same Multi-Chorus, Flanger, and Reverb settings.

LOcK Rigs Pack #2 were made for those who don't like the extreme edge and high-end from LOCK Rigs Pack #1.

The naming convention is the same, and there are Stereo and Mono rigs for each amp.

If you have read the LOCK Rigs ReadME, then you can just skim over this ReadME, because much of the information is the same.


To help you differentiate between LOCK Rigs Pack #1 and LOCK Rigs Pack #2, the lettering for Pack #2 has changed from "LOCK" to "LOcK" (lower case 'c') That should help you recognize at a glance exactly what rig you are using.

LOCK RIGS Pack #1 = "LOCK"

LOCK RIGS Pack #2 = "LOcK"


LOCK Rigs are high gain rigs with lots of top end and low end. They feature a PEQ with a deep cut in the mids/lower mids. These rigs have lots of "grind" to them. If you have too much high/low end, you can use a High and Low pass in post, like you are probably already doing. LOcK Rigs Pack #2 have less high-end than LOCK Rigs Pack #1, but there is still plenty of high-end.

LOCK Rigs are related to "DREAD" rigs - so make sure you download the DREAD rig pack as well.

LOCK rigs use a Green Overdrive, Parametric EQ, Multi-Chorus, Flanger, and Reverb.

Like other rigs before (FURY pack, DREAD pack, and more) LOCK rigs use a Chorus for more width and a Flanger to add depth and width.

Each rig is laid out in the same logical way.

LOcK XTC=B30=57F


LOcK M2=C30=67N


LOcK M2-C30-67N (for mono rigs)

You can easily tell what the rig chain is, simply by looking at the name.


First we have the rig pack name, LOcK.

Then the AMP used. In this case "MDR" means Mesa/Modern Dual Rectifier.

The equal sign "=" lets us know the Rig Out is Stereo.

Then the Cabinet used. In this case "B30" is the 2X12 B30 cab.

Again the "=" lets us know the Rig Out is Stereo.

Then the Microphone used. In this case, the DYN 57 mic.

And finally, a letter. In this case it is "F", meaning the mic is OFF Axis. If the letter was "N" it would mean ON Axis.

Every mic, in both positions, is used.

ALL rigs use this naming convention. Use the Legend below to understand what each item means.


The Amp initials are -

M2 = Mesa Mark II c+ ('85 M-2 Lead on Eleven Rack)

MDR = Mesa Dual Rectifier ('92 Treadplate Modern on Eleven Rack)
VDR= Mesa Dual Rectifier VINTAGE ('92 Treadplate Vintage on Eleven Rack)

XTC = Bogner Ecstasy ('97 RB-01b Red on Eleven Rack)

SLO = Soldano SLO-100 ('89 SL-100 Drive on Eleven Rack)

SOD = Digidesign/Avid Custom Modern Super Overdrive (DC Modern SOD on Eleven Rack)

MOD = Digidesign/Avid Custom Modern Overdrive (DC Modern Overdrive on Eleven Rack)

JCM = Marshall JCM800 2203  ('82 Lead 800 -100W on Eleven Rack)

J8M = Digidesgn/Avid Custom Modern 800 (DC 800 Modern on Eleven Rack)

The cabs used -

B30 = 2X12 B30

C30 = 4X12 Classic 30

65W = 4X12 65 Watt

Every mic is used on each rig variation to make it easy to search out each possible sound without needing to change things manually.

The Microphones -

57 = DYN 57

7 = DYN 7

49 = DYN 409

42 = DYN 421

67 = COND 67

87 = COND 87

44 = COND 414

21 = Ribbon 121

ON or OFF Axis

N = ON Axis (mic)

F = OFF Axis (mic)


You can easily tell whether the output is Stereo or Mono by the way each item is separated.

(-) means MONO output

(=) means STEREO output

Each rig pack has a Stereo or Mono option. I suggest that you start with the regular (stereo) rigs.

If you use the Mono rigs (-), you won't get the width that you do from the Stereo rigs (=).
But when recording mono tracks, you may find that the Mono rigs sound better when double tracked - but this is not always the case. So try out each type of rig when recording.

You may find that using a Stereo Rig sounds better. You could record one mono track with "Eleven Rig L" and another mono track with "Eleven Rig R" when using a Stereo rig. So just experiment.



There are 4 Green JRC OD Presets included

Benoni LOcK 2 gOD 01
Benoni LOcK 2 gOD 02
Benoni LOcK 2 gOD 03
Benoni LOcK 2 gOD 04

For most amps, preset 2 is used. For the JCM, preset 3 is used, and for the J8M, preset 4 is used.



There are 4 LOcK 2 parametric EQ settings included

01-Benoni LOcK 2 pEQ
02-Benoni LOcK 2 pEQ
03-Benoni LOcK 2 pEQ
04-Benoni LOcK 2 pEQ

Every rig uses Preset number '01'

Preset '02' lowers the top end gain even further

Preset '03' is about ALL OUT low end - meaning it centers around a very low bass range and the default 'Q' setting is higher than the other presets. This is only for when you want chest pounding low end!

Preset '04' raises the cut in the low mids so you won't have as much of a scooped, 'grindy' sound - it sound more... "normal" of an amp tone since there are more mids in the tone.


There will be a HP12 on each EQ setting, but because the filter does not drop straight off if you use a higher Q setting, I use the High Pass to create resonance in the low end. If there is too much bass, you can simply dial the Q lower and the bass will drop off. If there is not enough bone shaking bass, dial it up.

For example if I have too much bass and the HP12 is set on 4.9 Q, then I dial it down to 3.7 for example. If I want more resonance, then I dial it up to 5.4 or more, ect....

These EQ settings, along with the Green Overdrive can create fizz. You can deal with this by tweaking parameters like maybe PRESENCE or Treble, or if you are recording it would probably be easier to just use a High Pass and Low Pass to deal with the extra high end and low end so it sits better in your mix.

DON'T try to dial out all detectable fizz, you will just drive yourself crazy and once its in a mix with cymbals cracking, you won't hear it anyway. Just dial it down enough to sit well in a full mix, or don't if it's not bothersome.

As mentioned, each rig uses P-EQ setting 01, however, if you change the EQ setting, then want to go back by using the preset EQ - chances are it will not be exactly the same.

That is because the LF of each rig has been tweaked higher or lower from the default setting to fit each rig. So you may need to adjust the LF Q a bit higher/lower to get back to the exact setting, or just reload the rig file.

There are NO Multi-Chorus, Flanger, Delay, or Reverb settings included.

If you want those, download the LOCK Rigs (Pack #1)



LOcK 2 - (96 Rigs) 48 JCM and 48 J8M
LOcK 2 - (96 Rigs) 48 JCM and 48 J8M - MONO

LOcK 2 - (96 Rigs) 48 M2 and 48 MDR 
LOcK 2 - (96 Rigs) 48 M2 and 48 MDR - MONO

LOcK 2 - (96 Rigs) 48 SOD and 48 MOD
LOcK 2 - (96 Rigs) 48 SOD and 48 MOD - MONO

LOcK 2 - (96 Rigs) 48 XTC and 48 SLO-100
LOcK 2 - (96 Rigs) 48 XTC and 48 SLO-100 - MONO

LOcK 2 - 48 Vintage MDR 
LOcK 2 - 48 Vintage MDR - MONO

(864 Rigs/Presets total)

+Effect Presets


Tweak the rigs as you wish. Try turning thing ON or OFF, like the GREEN OD, Reverb, ect........

Adjust GAIN/DRIVE as you wish.

If you are playing chunky riffs, you may want to raise the GATE so it cuts off sooner, or if recording, you could use a Gate plug-in or manually edit the audio to cut off exactly when needed.

Most of all, ENJOY! I hope you can find a few rig in this pack that will work for you.

These Rigs are an original creation.
These rigs are NOT endorsed by Avid, Bogner, Mesa, Soldano, Marshall - any use of these names is solely for descriptive purposes.


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