As the count-down to the release of Chris Hein - Guitars and the special pre-release offer reach the end,
I'd like to give you a feature-tour with some details of the instruments:
No.01: "Center & Bridge Playing" "Up & Downstroke"
One of the biggest problems in sampling are the repetitions.
CHG uses a lot of different techniques to avoid the machine-gun effect and give more liveness to the sound.
Some of these techniques are:
- up to 13 velocities
- center & bridge playing
- up & down strokes
- alternative samples via expression
"Center & Bridge Playing"
Most of the tones in CHG are sampled twice: Once close to the bridge and once in the center.
Due to the perfect cut and tuning, it is possible to seemlessly blend between both playing techniques.
This feature simulates the position of a guitarists right hand.
Here is a little sound-example:
"Up & Downstroke"
All plectrum guitars are recorded with individual up- and downstroke samples.
There are different modes to control the up- and downstrokes:
Strict: Alternates the stroke direction each note you play.
Automatic: Alternates the strokes in a certain time range.
Alternation Time: Lets you adjust a time range in milliseconds.
Notes being played in this time range alter the stroke direction.
After that time, stroke direction begins with downstroke again.
Downstroke: Only downstroke samples
Upstroke: Only upstroke samples
Via CC65: Lets you select the strokes manualy with CC65
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... to be continued.
Any questions and comments welcome.