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In the mood for livid steel-string acoustic guitar strums? Virtual Guitarist AMBER is your musical companion. AMBER adds warm and shiny strumming to your production. It comes loaded with more than 50 Styles, over 600 Phrases, multiple effects, and sound shaping controls.
After testing and measuring dozens of combinations of high-end guitars and microphones, the team at Virtual Guitarist found sonic delight: A boutique American vintage dreadnought and a legendary German vintage large diaphragm microphone. For even more sonic versatility we've captured the guitar pickup too
SUMMARY OF FEATURES
- Steel-string acoustic guitar strumming
- More than 50 Styles and 600 Phrases
- From full-bodied warm to metallic-sparkling bright
- Select or mix between microphone and pick-up signal
A Virtual Virtuoso - AMBER plays lively chords and patterns across many genres and comes with more than 600 characteristic Phrases grouped in 57 Styles.
Be Real - AMBER provides control over sound aspects that create a realistic feel such as play position and fret noises.
Make it Shine - The unique Shimmer control dynamically accentuates high frequencies while attenuating the mid range to add that certain shiny gloss to your mix.
Feel is Everything - Match your track's groove: Laid back and swinging? Virtual Guitarist AMBER follows suit.
Native Kontrol Standard® - Virtual Guitarist supports Native Instruments NKS. Virtual Guitarist will be mapped to Komplete Kontrol keyboards and Maschine straight out of the box. Enabling you to use Virtual Guitarist with the Light Guide, Smart Play features, and the full creative potential of KOMPLETE KONTROL without any configuration hassle.
"I've recorded several tracks using Amber and not a single person has spotted that it's not the real thing, some of the tracks have been listened to by top producers and engineers and not one of them has called fake. In fact I can't think of another VI that tries to emulate the real thing that pulls if off as effortlessly as Amber." -ProToolsExpert