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AudioWarrior iStrum Silvertone '63 Electric Guitar Reason ReFill
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The Audiowarrior iStrum Silvertone '63 Electric Guitar Reason ReFill lets you use any MIDI keyboard to play authentic retro-style guitar parts from w...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Audiowarrior iStrum Silvertone '63 Electric Guitar Reason ReFill lets you use any MIDI keyboard to play authentic retro-style guitar parts from wah-wah leads to surf-guitar runs. The Silvertone '63 electric guitar plug-in is based on a collector-quality 1963 Sears Silvertone model 1457 Amp-In-Case edition famous for its sweet honey-tone and bell-like character. The guitar was originally manufactured for Sears by Danelectro.
Audiowarrior Silvertone '63 sample collection comes with its own chord library allowing you to manually strum with a MIDI keyboard or with the included iStrum automatic-strumming patterns. The 20 dedicated iStrum MIDI strumming patterns use 85 G-Mapped chords. iStrum MIDI files are 4 bars each and can be tempo adjusted to fit your Master Tempo while maintaining the original pitch and feel. The guitar sample library contains up to 32 DSP effects like amp modeling, wah-wah, cabinet modeling, distortion, overdrive, reverb, chorus, and flanger. Silvertone '63 works in any recording software as an AudioUnit, VSTi, ReWire, Dxi2, and also on its own as a standalone plug-in. You can even add your own sounds to play.
- Collection of authentic retro-style guitar sounds
- Based on a collector-quality 1963 Sears Silvertone model 1457
- Includes guitar chord library and 20 iStrum MIDI strumming patterns
- 4-bar long patterns are tempo adjustable
- 32 DSP effects
- AudioUnit, VSTi, ReWire, and Dxi2 compatible
- Runs standalone as Kreator LE plug-in
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