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ST100

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Guitar Strumming Engine Plugin by Zvork
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ST100
ST100
ST100 by Zvork is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a Rack Extension Plugin.
Product
Version
1.0.1
System Requirements
Reason 10.1
Product
Version
1.0.1
System Requirements
Reason 10.1
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The ST100 Strumming Machine is a Player device for Propellerhead Software's Reason 10.1 that lets you play guitar strum-like note patterns with any Reason compatible instrument (Native, Rack Extension or VST). As a full-class citizen Player device it can be chained with "Scales & Chords" or "Note Echo" native players for crazy note generation experiments.

Features:

  • At the heart of the ST100 is a pattern sequencer that lets you define the rhythm of your strums. Add an upward or downwards stroke and modulate the velocity and speed. With it you can create arpegio-like sequences or chord-like stabs. With 4 patterns to switch from and up to 64 steps per pattern, you can create detailed phrases and break monotony. The pattern selection is even automatable using a familiar pattern lane.
  • Fully automatable high level controls such as strum speed, acceleration or shuffle, to modify the interpretation on the fly.
  • The ST100 comes with a number of pattern patches of differents styles as well as a handfull of "single key strummed chord" instruments in any major or minor chord that can be used as a starting point for your own patches.

Availability

The ST100 is available on the Propellerhead Shop only for owners of Reason version 10.1.

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