31st March 2012
StrumGTR (Electric) has been sampled to represent the way real guitarists play. The company believes that when a guitarist strums softer, he doesn't strum all the strings, only the first ones depending if he upstrokes or down-strokes, that's why this instrument sounds so real to their ears.
Apart from the chords, they also sampled fret noises, open strings and mutes. All with 5 velocity layers and 4 round robin (repetitions). MIDI files are included with predefined patterns to help understand the way it works, the user can use these patterns to build their own.
- Major and Minor chords.
- Upstrokes and Downstrokes.
- Mono WAV files 44.1 kHz 24 bits.
- No pitch shifting, all chords sampled.
- Full natural decay.
- Direct input.
- Hi quality converters.
- 5 velocity layers.
- 4 round robin (repetitions).
- MIDI patterns included.
- 2.53 GB installed.
Price: €9.95. Full versions required EXS24 and Kontakt 3.5 or higher are required.