Electric Guitar Sounds For Kontakt

Audiowarrior released Elektrik Guitar and iStrum Silvertone      14/12/07

Electric Guitar Sounds For Kontakt


Audiowarrior have released Elektrik Guitar and iStrum Silvertone For KONTAKT 2 or higher. They describe them as awe inspiring dual-electric lead /rhythm guitar songwriting tools featuring Power Chords, Auto-Strumming Rhythm Guitar, Manual Strumming Rhythm Guitar, iStrum MIDI Patterns, Chord Library, and Lead Guitar. The Silvertone sounds come from a 1963 Sears Silvertone model 1457 Amp-In-Case edition.
Here’s what Audiowarrior have to say in their own words…
'Unique lead guitar sounds like no other uses a special electric lead guitar technique that creates authentic guitar-string vibrato that blends the original note into its relative harmonics [up to 3 harmonic tones per note] attainable only from years of experience. Emulate leads like Jimi Hendrix's Star Spangled Banner, or the multi-layered sound of Brian May. The PITCH WHEEL emulates DIVE BOMBS and WHAMMY BAR effects.
Play the individual notes of any dedicated Pat Pending G-Mapped real guitar chord patch with one hand in any order, forward, backward, or alternating. Ships with a variety of dry and effected Chromatics via Kontakt's on-board studio quality effects.
Experience "ChromaVibe" with up to 21 alternating samples per note with Morphing Harmonic Vibrato.
Includes 85 Expandable/Strummable Guitar Chords and iStrum MIDI patterns ['63 Silvertone] for automatic chord strumming or manual strumming with a nylon guitar pick. The iStrum MIDI patterns are 4 bars each and can be copy/pasted, duplicated, layered, and pointed at the same chord to create more complicated strumming patterns. The default of the MIDI patterns BPM is 79 and can be adjusted +/- in your preferred sequencer's MIDI transport controls which will make the pattern play to the tempo of your song while preserving the original pitch of the guitar chord strumming.
The low notes of each of the G-Mapped guitar chords default to C3 on your keyboard [non-weighted works best] and ascend 3-6 notes on the white keys so when you strum left & right on your it's literally like strumming the strings of a perfectly tuned guitar chord.'
Pricing and Availability:
Elektrik Guitar and iStrum Silvertone are bundled together for $59
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