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WNAMM08:Unique Guitar Modeler from AAS
  01-Feb-08
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I am legend    Said...

I am not 'appy with what I am 'earing :( haha

'Tis a shame, cos I want to like this company

The keyboard control is nice, I guess :shrug:

01-Feb-08 04:07 AM


Grunt    Said...

Yeah, I wonder about their modeled stuff, I think the EP was good (so 'm told) but this , while having some brilliant note triggering features just sounds flat and not very real.

I wonder if they are funded by the French Gov, which is how come they are still able to go to NAMM etc - I cant see how they can afford to keep going otherwise

01-Feb-08 04:42 AM


Oh Well    Said...

Agreed, guys. I was looking forward to this one but it sounds dreadful, doesn't it?

Bontempi anyone?

01-Feb-08 09:42 AM


Barchie    Said...

I saw this on the Roland G-70. Generally the same thing.

01-Feb-08 11:14 AM


Mauro Rosati    Said...

The sound is horrible, just as String Studio. Change job AAS.

01-Feb-08 01:03 PM


Mauro Rosati    Said...

Yes, but the G-70 sounds excellent.

01-Feb-08 01:05 PM


Mauro Rosati    Said...

Your can't make an acoustic modeled instrument without samples. They don't use samples, just modelling but the reuslt is horrible. it seems the guitar on a bontempi.

01-Feb-08 01:08 PM


andivax    Said...

sounds like shit. i like musiclab realguitar.

01-Feb-08 03:50 PM


But Why    Said...

Man, I remember a free program for the Mac called "Strum" I think, that did handled the strum like this some 20+ years ago. Kind of re-inventing the wheel here, but nice to see. The sounds aren't great though. I don't know why keyboard makers didn't add strum features like this decades ago.

01-Feb-08 10:12 PM


Nick    Said...

This is the most TERRIBLE demo/presentation I have seen so far.

I think the program itself has some great possibilities, but: GET RID OF THIS TERRIBLE DEMONSTRATOR!!!

He would be my reason to NOT BUY the product, 'cause it's so boring and demotivated 'sold' by him...

02-Feb-08 08:57 AM


ron-e    Said...

I agree with andivax, Realguitar and Realguitar2 are more convinincing. Even VirtualGuitarist IMO is better.

03-Feb-08 04:35 PM


   Said...

Strum can sound organic if you are willing to work with it. I was glad to see someone on video from this great company. The demo by Mr. E.T. was a "left brain" (scientific) version of what this program can do therefore well represented. When the "right brainers" (artistic) take over it will shine. I have their AAS Modeling Collection and likely to add Strum to my collection.

05-Feb-08 05:25 PM


Louis Faro    Said...

Strum can sound organic if you are willing to work with it. I was glad to see someone on video from this great company. The demo by Mr. E.T. was a "left brain" (scientific) version of what this program can do therefore well represented. When the "right brainers" (artistic) take over it will shine. I have their AAS Modeling Collection and likely to add Strum to my collection.

05-Feb-08 05:27 PM


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