AAS Fuel The Guitar Funk

Oh My Funkness Bank for Strum Electric      28/07/10
AAS Fuel The Guitar Funk

To compliment the Applied Acoustic Systems Strum Electric - a virtual guitar instrument designed to provide computer based musicians with an authentic, playable,  electric guitar, AAS have released Oh My Funkness! -  a collection of 261 funk grooves.

The loops are divided into ten electric guitar instrumentals, each covering a particular style and era. The loops are delivered as standard MIDI files for tempo independence and full editability. Oh My Funkness! integrates straight into Strum Electric GS-1's MIDI library for instant access and inspiration.

 Available now at $39
Additionnally, until August 31st, 2010, all Strum Electric GS-1 orders placed on AAS' website include the Oh My Funkness! loop bank.

Strum Electric GS-1 retails at $199 and runs on both Mac OS X and Windows as a standalone application as well as in host sequencers supporting the VST, Audio Unit, and RTAS plug-in formats.




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3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
loneraver    Said...

Guitar simulations just aren't there yet. The only one I've heard that impressed me is the East West's Ministry of Rock.

28-Jul-10 08:02 AM

Daryl    Said...

Guitarists are everywhere. Give one a call and try out the real thing. Products like this are based on solving a problem that has never existed. There is no lack of real players so save yourself a headache and bring one into your studio.

28-Jul-10 11:02 AM

loneraver    Said...

There is a use for guitar simulations. The guitarists I've worked with are super unreliable. They forget to show up or they are late.

I'm waiting for a guitar simulator that sounds good.

28-Jul-10 05:05 PM

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