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Sampleson has announced the release of ElectroNylon, described as "a never-seen-before instrument based on real-time spectral transformation (from Nylon Guitar to EP)."

ElectroNylon is an electric piano and a nylon guitar, and everything in the middle. A unique instrument made out of the spectral models from a nylon guitar and two electric piano (reeds and tines based).

ElectroNylon allows the user to do real-time spectral transformation among both instruments and to enable/disable details for each model. Sampleson says it's a new feeling you never heard before.

ElectroNylon is based on Spectral Modeling (realistic modelling technique since spectral models are scanned from real instruments). Real-time spectral transformation takes harmonics and formants and blends them mathematically. Allowing you to do this transformation in real-time with no CPU-usage increment.

YouTube.com/watch?v=x6Xpt1PnY0M

SoundCloud.com/user-830166644/sets/electro-nylon-virtual-mashup-instrument

Details:

  • Spectral Modeled Nylon Electric Piano.
  • Real-time Spectral transformations -Based on real samples.
  • Just 35MB.
  • No velocity-switching.
  • Ambient FX.
  • Chorus FX.
  • Drive FX.
  • Reverb FX.
  • Scalable HD interface.
  • MacOS Catalina Ready.
  • Easy install.
  • No extra purchases needed (like Kontakt, UVI, etc.) or any other 3rd. party player.
  • Ready to be loaded into major DAWs (Cubase, Logic Pro, GarageBand, Cakewalk, Reaper, BitWig, Nuendo, FL Studio, etc.).
  • Win 32/64-bits and Mac VST/AU/Standalone versions included.
  • No online activation required.

Intro Price: $29 (regular $49).

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