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Virtual acoustic guitar from Applied Acoustics Systems

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Applied Acoustics unveils their new plug-in, a virtual guitar named Strum Acoustic GS-1.


AAS introduces it like this : “Can’t learn the guitar in time for your deadline. Your favorite session player is out of town. Romplers are not quite there. Strum is the just-right solution.”
  • Play the chords you know and Strum voices them as a guitarist would.
  • Auto-strum chords or play them via strumming keys or MIDI loops.
  • Go from nylon to steel, from jumbo to concert, or from country rock to fingerstyle classical.
  • Add warmth with the EQ, lush with the chorus, and space with the reverb.

It will be out by the end of 2008's first quarter for Windows and Mac OS X (Universal Binary) as a VST/AU/RTAS plug-in.
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