Steinberg's Virtual Guitarist Is Electric

Virtual Guitarist 'Electric Edition' - Rhythm-Guitarist and Guitar-Effects-Board for VST      15/11/02


Hamburg, 15th November 2002 - Steinberg presents the new Virtual Guitarist 'Electric Edition'. Which according to them is "funky, rocky, simply electrifying - your private session guitarist and as no professional guitarist would arrive without his effects, a separate guitar multi-effects plug-in is included too." You just choose a player - select the chords, and it plays the guitar tracks. Countless variations can be created with settings for syncopation, phrasing and long chords. The creative options are further expanded with variable shuffle, dynamics and track doubling. Virtual Guitarist 'Electric Edition' Features
  • 29 different players with a variety of guitars and amplifiers
  • Extensive range of electric guitar styles for all kinds of music
  • Variable shuffle, dynamics, timing, syncopation, long chords
  • Stereo width, track doubling and other sound shaping options
  • Flexible real-time variation (keyboard, mod-wheel, aftertouch, velocity)
  • Effects integrated into instrument or separately usable as VST plug-in
  • Effects: Wah, AutoFilter, Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Delay, Reverb Minimum system requirements PC:
    Min. Pentium II 400 MHz processor or compatible AMD processor, Min. 256 MB of free RAM, (512 MB recommended), 1.6 GB free hard disk space, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000 or Windows XP, Cubase VST 5.1 or higher, Cubase SX/SL, Nuendo or other VST 2.0 compatible host application, PC configuration according to the host application. (The actual performance of virtual instruments depends on the performance of the computer in use.) Minimum system requirements Mac:
    Power Macintosh with at least G3/500 MHz/100 MHz bus, Min. 256 MB of free RAM, (512 MB recommended), 1.6 GB free hard disk space, Mac OS 9.x or Mac OS X Version 10.2, Cubase VST 5.1 or higher, Cubase SX/SL, Nuendo or other VST 2.0 compatible host application. (The actual performance of virtual instruments depends on the performance of the computer in use.) Virtual Guitarist 'Electric Edition' is available from end of November 2002, and costs Euro 249.00/ around $249 US More information from http://www.steinberg.net.

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