Steinberg Virtual Guitarist 2 Ma [Extra Quality]
With the AMBER plugin, UJAM created a virtual instrument that allows you to use shimmering acoustic guitar sounds. It is suitable for pop music, ballads, and any direction that needs a quality-sounding acoustic guitar.
Steinberg Virtual Guitarist 2 Ma
AMBER is an excellent virtual instrument suitable for both novice musicians and experienced producers. It has an irresistible sound quality and many articulation settings. The interface of the plugin is straightforward, and the algorithm will give you unparalleled possibilities.
Ample Sound is a well-known Chinese company that constantly surprises its fans with excellent virtual instruments. They have everything from ethno instruments to bass and electric guitars. Acoustic is no exception here. Among them is a beautiful plugin that gives you the sound of some of the highest quality American guitars of the Martin brand.
MusicLab is a Russian company that specializes in developing virtual instruments, primarily guitar-based. For example, their list of products includes such plugins as Realstrat, RrealLPC (Les Paul Custom), Realrick (Rickenbacker), and the eight-string RealEight. But the Realguitar plugin implies emulation of acoustic guitars.
Acousticsamples is a French company that has excellent experience in creating virtual instruments. You can find everything from drum and keyboard plugins to guitars and basses and even organ on its website. In addition, they provide entire bundles of their products.
GD-6 plugin is an excellent option for those who want a virtual instrument in the form of a Guild D-40 guitar. The creators have worked hard to give it as realistic a sound as possible. It has just about every articulation setting you could need. And the unique Song Builder makes it as easy as possible to use.
Applied Acoustics Systems is a Canadian audio products company that has been in operation since 1998. It specializes in developing many kinds of virtual instruments, from guitars and basses to synthesizers, and creates excellent sound packs.
The Strum GS-2 plugin will essentially be a unique solution for you. The fact is that this virtual instrument includes a vast collection of both acoustic and electric guitars. In addition, there is an automatic chord recognition system, sophisticated chord voicing, integrated strumming and picking action, MIDI riff library, amp emulation, and effects.
The Taylor 714CE guitar needs no introduction, as it is one world-class instrument that costs about $3,000. The guys from the Chinese company Ample Sound decided to recreate it as a virtual instrument. And it worked out, to put it mildly, just incredible.
This plugin from the Chinese company Ample Sound is based on the Martin D-41 acoustic guitar, known for its rich sound. Beautiful inlays and the fingerboard make it a dream for many guitarists.
Ample Sound has made it possible for you to have the Martin D-41 acoustic guitar as a virtual instrument for free. You can use the rich sound of this guitar both in your DAW and as a stand-alone host.
The Dynamic Guitars plugin is available on the DSK Music website, which provides music production software completely free. There are just a lot of different virtual instruments in the form of guitars, synths, drums, and more.
This plugin offers you a high-quality-sounding classical guitar in the form of a virtual instrument. In addition, you can apply many effects that will have a dramatic effect on your sound.
For example, you can choose your virtual guitar body, tuning, and pick area. Besides, there are articulation adjustments, vibrato, and amp emulation.
Spicy Guitar is a free, physically modeled acoustic guitar synthesizer. This virtual acoustic guitar is designed to give you a pretty fascinating array of features that not many free plugins can claim to have in their arsenal.
It is another free virtual instrument that you can find on the DSK Music free software site. Although many free acoustic guitar plugins may not have excellent sound quality, AkoustiK GuitarZ overcame the stereotype and even added great-sounding effects.
An extensive sample catalog might make you think twice about whether you should get a virtual guitar plugin or rather a Kontakt library like this one. It is the Session Guitarist Picked Acoustic by Native Instruments.
The Scoring Acoustic Guitars library is the latest addition to the award-winning Heavyocity GRAVITY Packs line of virtual instruments. It runs on the GRAVITY engine and can provide a vast collection of tempo-synced acoustic phrases.
Orange Tree Samples is a California-based company that creates high-end sample libraries that sound virtually indistinguishable from a live performance. On their website, you can find many packs with acoustic and electric guitars, basses, banjos, and keyboards.
The last on our list of libraries will be a product from Vir2 Instruments. It is an international team of sound designers, musicians, and programmers, developing virtual instrument libraries. Their products cover different genres of music and include guitars, basses, percussion, orchestral, and many other instruments.
The Acou6tics library from Vir2 Instruments will be ideal for those who want to get several virtual instruments at once. Here you will have the possibility to use steel, nylon, twelve-string guitars, mandolin, and even ukulele.
Acousticsamples has done the unbelievable by translating the legendary 1962 Gibson Hummingbird acoustic guitar into a virtual instrument. The plugin captures all the minor nuances of playing and even the spirit of this vintage instrument.
Many iconic guitarists throughout multiple genres of music play Ernie Ball Music Man electric guitars, including John Petrucci, Steve Morse, Albert Lee, Steve Lukather, St Vincent, James Valentine, Jason Richardson, Hunter Hayes, Dustin Kensrue, and many more.
Deep Purple guitarist and world-renowned virtuoso Steve Morse joined the Ernie Ball Music Man family in 1985. Since 1987 the Steve Morse signature electric guitar has been a staple in the Ernie Ball Music Man lineup of signature instruments. Utilizing Poplar double-cut bodies with Dimarzio custom pickups and elaborate pickup switching options, the Morse electric guitars are suitable for Rock Country, Jazz, and everything in between. The Y2D is the maple top variant offering the same array of tonal characteristics with upgraded visual aesthetics.
Guitar Player's Gallery of Greats guitarist Albert Lee has been an integral part of the Ernie Ball Music Man family since 1971. In the late 1980's Albert received a Music Man prototype that would later become the Ernie Ball Music Man Albert Lee signature model. Unique in design, form, and function, the Albert Lee signature model perfectly suits Albert's world-renowned lighting fast, chickin' pickin' style so widely revered by some of today's most influential guitarists. The Albert Lee comes in two versions the three single SSS model with a swamp ash body and the dual humbucking HH model that features an Okoume body for a rich deep tone.
The Ernie Ball Music Man artist series collection focuses on an array of standard EBMM models that have been customized and personalized by endorsed Ernie Ball Music Man artists. With the artist's collaboration, the instruments start as stock models and become a custom version that is perfectly suited to the artist's needs and may appeal to other players and interested guitarists. The Artist series models retain the basic recipe of the standard models but offer other pickup options, custom electronics, hardware, and custom finishes you may not see on the specification stock models.
Whether you're looking to record YouTube pedal demos, original music or live shows, you're going to need one of the best DAWs for guitar players. Once upon a time DAWs (also known as digital audio workstations) were expensive and required a lot of specialist knowledge to use, but now they're accessible, ergonomic, and affordable, and there are options available for everything from your mobile phone to your laptop. Although some hardware is required, like an audio interface, studio-quality recording has never been easier for the average guitarist.
Not all DAWs are the same and the best DAW for guitar is one that fits your needs as a guitarist and the type of music you want to record. The best DAWs for recording guitar are Studio One, Logic Pro, Reaper, or Cubase.
Ableton Live is fantastic for guitarists wanting to use a DAW for live performances or jamming at home. FL Studio can be used for guitar, but best suits musicians creating loop or sample-based music.
Some editions limit the number of tracks you can use at once. Other versions may not allow third-party plugins. With some DAWs, the only main difference is how many effects and virtual instruments are included.
I recommend Ableton as a DAW for guitarists who plan on using it for live performances. Combining Ableton Live with a guitar using a MIDI-pickup would be a powerful combination. Or if you want to incorporate plugins or complex loops into a performance, Ableton Live is worth checking out.
The best DAW for guitarists who want to have a full-featured home studio is Studio One, Logic Pro or Cubase. These DAWs provide you with fantastic audio editing tools and a simple interface. 350c69d7ab