Jazz, Blues And Rock Guitar Soundset

Puremagnetik Releases Guitar Rack Volume 3      01/06/09
Jazz, Blues And Rock Guitar Soundset


Puremagnetik tell us that the 3rd installment of their Guitar Rack series comes packed with a collection of highly expressive guitar instruments as recorded from a classic 1963 Guild Starfire hollow body. They say that slides, hammer-ons, staccato and other articulations are all available as sophisticated multi-sample menus in this versatile jazz, blues and rock guitar sound set. Here's the details directly from Puremagnetik ...
Customized for Ableton Live, Kontakt & Logic
Guitar Rack Volume 3 includes 5 expertly programmed multisample instruments complete with preprogrammed easy edit controls. Over 70 looped clips for are ready for immediate playing in most supported DAWs. Each Live Clip comes with a preloaded amp effect while the Logic version contains a library of Apple Loops ready for rocking! Guitar Rack Volume 3 for Kontakt employs Kontakt's native KSP processing and a customized easy edit GUI for instant tweaking.
Additionally, the Ableton Live version includes an add-on amplifier effect pack for Live 8. Making use of the latest features in Live 8, PM's resident guitar gurus have programmed a healthy dosage of raw rock effects.
Guitar Rack Volume 3 Includes:
  • Over 700 24-bit multisamples
  • 5 sophisticated hollow body instruments
  • Over 70 Live Clips and Apple Loops
  • Add-on Amp Effect Pack for Live 8
  • Custom Kontakt KSP GUI and native Kontakt effects
System Requirements
  • Requires Ableton Live 8
  • 400 MB free hard drive space
  • 250 MB of physical RAM
Pricing and Availability:
Basic Monthly Subscription: $5.75/Month
Basic Yearly Subscription: $60/Year
Producer Package - $236/Year
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