ManyGuitar: a guitar and bass sample based synthesizer with a library of over 1 gig of 24 bit samples
Manytone is pleased to announce the launch of ManyGuitar: a guitar and bass sample based synthesizer with a library of over 1 gig of 24 bit samples.
The ManyGuitar sound library includes a wide range of guitars and basses. Each instrument has been extensively multi sampled, often at several velocities and with a mute layer included. In addition to the single note samples, there are some chord sets and also some great new lead guitar styles.
This extensive sound library has then been coupled with a highly efficient sample playback engine (based on the Eve One engine from Dash Signature) with a custom amplifier and speaker cabinet emulator and an FX rack designed exclusively for ManyGuitar. This engine allows the musician to take the Manytone guitar and bass samples to new levels of reality. The amp section also includes a deep amp mode that is suited to bass and other low toned guitars.
For the musician, the detailed guitar library coupled with the high quality but CPU friendly engine which has been specifically designed for processing guitar samples makes ManyGuitar a very unique instrument.
ManyGuitar will also load soundsets in both Wusik wusikSND and Dash Signature dashSND format. As well as having of the huge libraries that are already available for WusikStation from Wusik and EVE from Dash Signature available, all of the existing ManyStation soundsets (including all the add ons for ManyStation such as the recently released Ultimate Bass Kit) can be loaded into ManyGuitar to take advantage of the amplifier/cabinet treatments as well as the well stocked FX rack.
ManyGuitar will be available in PC VSTi format from 24 October 2005 for $89.99 (download) or $104.99 (CD/DVD) from www.manytone.com. Owners of Manytone’s ManyStation may purchase ManyGuitar until the end of 2005 at the discounted price of $49.99.Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR
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