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domingo, 23 de marzo de 2008

Soniccouture eBow Guitar EXS24 KONTAKT2 DVDR DYNAMiCS

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Soniccouture eBow Guitar EXS24 KONTAKT2 DVDR DYNAMiCS


Soniccouture eBow Guitar EXS24 KONTAKT2 DVDR DYNAMiCS




- RELEASE NOTES -

What is an eBow?

The ebow ( Energy bow), is a small, hand held device that 'bows' the
strings of a guitar using an electromagnetic field. It produces a
unique guitar sound, with a very slow attack and infinite sustain.

To play the ebow, the guitarist holds it over the string, near the
pickup or hole, so that the string sits in a small notch on the
underside of the eBow. The eBow's magnets then cause the string to
vibrate until it feeds back on itself at its own resonant frequency.
This feedback loop is very similar to the well-known amplifier
feedback, but a much more controllable version. The player can vary
the loudness of the sound by moving closer or further away from the
string, as with amplifier feedback. The ebow is switchable from low
power mode to high power mode, which gives a strong, harmonically rich
sound.

The ebow has been used at one time or another by nearly every
guitarist under the sun : Radiohead, Tom Petty, Dave Gilmour, Sigur
Ros, NIN, Coldplay, Smashing Pumpkins, The Cure, REM, U2, etc etc...

Creating The Sampled eBow Instrument

We wanted to capture the sound of the ebow for all those non-guitar
players out there, or perhaps guitarists who have had problems using
it with an acoustic guitar! Two guitars were painstakingly sampled, an
acoustic and an electric. Both were sampled with the high and low
power ebow setting, with vibrato and then again without vibrato.
Several note off samples were recorded for every note, to make the
instrument's response as detailed and lifelike as possible. The level
of the note-off sounds can be mixed to taste by the user. The acoustic
was recorded in full stereo to give a natural, spacious image. The
electric was recorded mono D.I for use with amp simulators or for
re-amping.

The high and low power setting can be cross-faded using the mod-wheel
-a very expressive effect not possible with a physical ebow! The
vibrato samples can be selected using a keyswitch on keys B5/C6 .

Technical Specifications

Acoustic Guitar : Santa Cruz Dreadnought Model D

450 Stereo 24 bit 44.1khz Samples in 11 groups
Stereo pair Microphone Recording
Range E1 - G4
3 Note-off Samples for per note ( Round Robin)
Every note sampled twice on eBow Low Power, Vibrato and Non-Vibrato
( R.Robin )
Every note sampled twice on eBow High Power, Vibrato and Non-Vibrato
( R.Robin )

Electric Guitar : Gibson SG 61 Re-issue (Humbucking Pickups)

500 Mono 24 Bit 44.1khz Samples in 10 groups
High Quality D.I. recording for Re-amping/ Amp Simulator
Range C1 - C#5
2 Note-off Samples per note ( Round Robin)
Every note sampled twice on eBow Low Power, Vibrato and Non-Vibrato
( R.Robin )
Every note sampled twice on eBow High Power, Vibrato and Non-Vibrato
( R.Robin )

http://www.soniccouture.com/pages/ebow.php

- iNSTALL NOTES -

Unrar, Burn or mount the image

- GREETS -

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