Evolution Strawberry is by far one of the most incredible virtual instruments I've ever used. It features the detail and nuances that bring a guitar performance to life. Changes in the update: 1. We'll discuss the depth in programming later. For instance, you can set up your own velocity layers by having a muted articulation play when velocity is between 0-40, a sustain articulation play when the velocity is between 41 and 120, with some pinch harmonics playing at the highest velocities. When you first open Evolution, the interface actually seems quite sparse.
It is a performance for life. It's all easily done, and switching to alternate tunings not only affect the range of the instrument, but change the tone of the individual strings. You can choose 6 strings, 1 string, strings 2 through 5, or whatever else is needed for your strum. And this can be gradual as well, so the slower you play, the more open the mutes are as you eventually wind down into a simple sustain. To help round out the sound possibilities, Evolution lets you select from bridge pickup, neck pickup, or a combination of the two. This is a popular studio technique. The artificial intelligence inside of Evolution for choosing the right string for each note seems to work extremely well.
There are no all-inclusive patches to play if you just want to pick it up and have access to everything. In that time we have made numerous advancements, combining state of the art sampling techniques, extensive articulations and complex, but easy to use scripting. It is possible to choose the right way. For example, chord inversions are automatically analyzed and the appropriate guitar chord voicing is instantly determined. Just check out the demos in the original post and consider the level of dynamics, articulations, dirt, how clean it is during transitions and compare it to any other library on the market at even twice the price. Throw in some tapping, a patch full of effects such as pick scrapes and dives, along with some blues-styled mutes and string strums, and you have a fairly complete collection to get you started.
Evolution gives you options to control depth and speed of the vibrato as well, so it's definitely not lacking. And every time you try to update a library, you can only pray it gets installed where it was last time. You can also trigger a release as well as a palm mute stop manually that will affect whatever chord or note is currently playing. Not a deal breaker by any means, but a gripe nonetheless. Just think of this thing as being what RealGuitar might be several generations from today if they kept improving it.
This is a real-world chord detection system, including an intelligent chord detection engine, which is a chord detection system. For example, chord inversions are automatically analyzed and the appropriate guitar chord voicing is instantly determined. If you want, you can even set a layer to play at random based on a probability setting you give to Evolution. The specially recorded samples definitely lack the different attack stage that normal guitar samples include, and instead favor individually 'strummed' notes. That way users can choose their favorite select amp simulation and effects to attain just the right sound, from pop to rock to funk to hip hop to jazz right out of the box. Instead, it leverages your existing keyboard skills, translating these techniques for the guitar, much like a skilled language interpretor translates one language into another.
The emails have been sent, but you might check your spam folder just to be sure the email didn't get sent there. The library includes many factory presets and ready-to-use classic 80s rhythms and leading electric guitar tones that fit right into the mix. However, to date, they have yet to attain a level of realism where they could convincingly be used in a professional recording in place of an actual live performance the way, say, drum libraries are used. There is a definite inclination towards rock and metal styles, but it holds itself back enough to work in other genres as well. New line of guitar cabinets, including modern and classic guitar cabs.
You can also change every chord to your own custom voicing, or create new ones from scratch. This particular cabinet is a model Carlos Santana is known for playing. But the actual note being played is only half the story. I got the e-mail about this last night still haven't had time to download it and try it out yet and could hardly believe it. If you run into issues with your antivirus, just disable it for the moment, it might not recognize the Keygen as a legit program, but it has no viruses or anything. So if you want legato to be triggered only on 8th notes or faster, and only within a minor 3rd or less, you can.
Evolution is the newest version of Orange Tree's ever-evolving Strawberry Electric Guitar, and has seen several major versions in it's quest to become Evolution. You can also set an overall swing amount. To sit down and play Evolution is a joy. Don't know if it's possible, but it would be great for pattern and file presets to just be a simple Kontakt menu rather than the file browser. Orange Tree Samples seems to have a large focus on strong tone and intonation, and the tone you get with Evolution is quite versatile. Here's the plan moving forward. It's terrific, Greg, really liking the approach here, and much quicker to work with.
Evolution utilizes sophisticated scripting instead of requiring you to memorize dozens of keyswitches and contains extensive articulations, from palm mutes to pinch harmonics, accurately simulating a real life guitar performance. This lets you have partial strums, which adds to the realism because guitarists generally don't hit every string on every stroke. Since the guitar includes a sustainer, it allows notes to sound endlessly. That way users can choose their favorite select amp simulation and effects to attain just the right sound, from pop to rock to funk to hip hop to jazz right out of the box. You also have some modes mapped out by default, such as controllers for turning on Strum Mode, Slide Mode, and a Whammy Bar controller, all of which you can change the controller numbers for to your liking. Regardless, whether you want subtle or strong, there are enough release types here to keep you happy. Change list: - Separate spring reverb effect module which features 11 spring reverb tanks to select from.
Evolution Strawberry licenses Native Instruments' Kontakt Player sampler software. Please share your download tricks with other developers. You can even tell Evolution to restrict notes to the current string only, on the fly. You can have either 8 or 16 steps in which you assign sound to each step. In addition to the range, you can tell Evolution which notes to bend when playing multiple notes. Experimental types should like this one. We completely redesigned the interface and the scripting to greatly increase the playability and ease-of-use of the library.