Not limited to specific strumming patterns or rhythms -
You can choose from Bar Chords, Open Chords and Power Chords
"Free Chord Play" -
We also have a secion of the Keyboard for what we call "Mute Strums". These are muted percussive strums. These can be used to punctuate your rhythmic Chord playing to funk up your vamps.
"Speed and Emphasis" -
6 add 9
13 flat 9
7 Sus 4
7 sharp 9
7 flat 9
Major Minor 7th
Major 7 flat 5
Major 7 sharp 5
SIMULATED ADAPTIVE LEGATO
To play the detail between notes or not....
When you play two notes using Simulated Adaptive Legato it instantly analyses the interval you play and applies an appropriate transtional sample between the notes (This is taken from the fret noise group). The result is a smooth and realistic legato performance.
Adaptive ? Our system will change the length and volume of the transition samples
depending on how quickly you play notes -
Your input in all this ? You can control overall transition speed, how much of the "front" part of the next note is taken (how smooth do you want your legato) and overall loudness of the transition intervals.
Our Simulated Adaptive Legato System is Monophonic.
Switch this on for rapid note picking. You adjust the speed -
There is a dedicated section for controlling multi-
RSGL04 is supported by several built in Effects Units -
4 Band Equalizer
21 Reverb Impulse Responses
Each Dial/Switch on the Main Interface can be controlled by an external MIDI controller. You can change the MIDI channel for each control to totally customise RSGL04 Steel String Acoustic Guitar to suit you.
You also have the option to unload any Articulation Groups you don't need if you want to reduce the RAM footprint of the instrument.
Full Version of Kontakt 5.3.1+ is required
RSGL04 requires 1.38GB of hard drive space (Compressed files) and uses 374.18 MB RAM
Available as Direct Download only
Please Make Sure You Are Buying the Correct Instrument as this is a Download and NO Refunds Can Be Given
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The Adaptive Legato Mode responds to MIDI control and also is dependent on which Articulation Group you use. For example, Staccato notes do not use the Legato Mode. The Instrument will intelligently drop out of Legato Mode when you keyswitch in Staccto or Marcato notes and then switch back on when other Articulations are engaged.