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Native Instruments - Session Guitarist Strummed Acoustic 2

Native Instruments - Session Guitarist Strummed Acoustic 2 - a new addition to the series Native Instruments Session Guitarist Strummed Acoustic, based on the patterns of two vintage guitars Martin 0-17 (1934) 6-string and F-412 (1960) 12 strings. Through careful selection and placement of microphones, excellent room acoustics and high-quality audio equipment, require no additional signal processing. Each pattern features a rhythmic signature of dynamic accents, perfect for a diverse set of genres from rock, folk, and country, to bluegrass, latin, pop, and more... Flexible performance controls enable users to recreate the musicality of pro studio guitarists from their keyboard. Sound control features and effects allow users to customize their sound and place the guitar perfectly in a mix. 

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Session Guitarist Strummed Acoustic 2 also introduces two new features. ‘Separate Bass’ patterns – played on the lower strings of the 6-string guitar – allows users to add custom bass lines or add extra low notes to chords to create slash chords (e.g. C/E, Dm/A). The Tap Rhythm Finder enables users to quickly find the strumming pattern they need by tapping or playing a rhythm on a keyboard. 
Session Guitarist Strummed Acoustic 2 was created in collaboration with drumasonic – the same award-winning sample instrument team who helped produce Strummed Acoustic. Using an array of vintage ribbon and condenser microphones plus boutique preamps, drumasonic captured every nuance of these classic acoustic instruments in perfect detail. A custom-built mounting rig and a laser-based microphone positioning system helped ensure precision and consistency for every chord and pattern during recording.

   

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