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Ueberschall releases Funk Guitar (Elastik Soundbank)

Ueberschall has announced the release of Funk Guitar, a new soundbank for the free Elastik Player.

Funk Guitar aims to deliver top-class funky guitar licks. Performances include infectious rhythm parts, classic funk wahwah sounds and some groovy single note lines.

Six String Freak Out

The content is split into two Elastik soundbanks. These provide dry or FX versions of the loops, allowing you to install either or both as you prefer. The dry versions allow you to choose your own ambience treatments while the FX versions include some reverb and delay options and are ready to mix straight out of the box. The phrases are four bars long. In both soundbanks, the content is organized into tempo-based folders spanning 90 to 120BPM. Each tempo category includes loops with root notes in both E and A. This, alongside Elastik's powerful pitch/tempo shifting capability, and the Retune features, means it is easy to build complete, song-based, guitar performances.

Super-Tight Performances

As part of the Elastik Instrument Series, Funk Guitar provides over 1000 loops across 2.5GB of sample content and makes an excellent complement to Ueberschall's other funk and soul-inspired libraries such as Funk Up, Funk & Soul or 70s Funk Rock, giving you even more fresh and funky options.

Elastik Features

The Elastik player allows adapting the loops to your current song project in speed, scale and pitch. This way, not only loops from Funk Guitar but from all installed Elastik libraries can be combined freely. With functions such as resample, formant and reverse as well as an effective multi mode filter, samples can be easily modified and alienated.

Summary:

  • 2.5 GB, 1056 Loops & Phrases.
  • Instrument: Funk Guitar.
  • Elastik Soundbank for Mac/Win - AU/VST/AAX/StandAlone.
  • Elastik Player included - no sampler required.

Price: 49,- Euro.

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