A product of the ’80s, this flashy red electric guitar emanates clean chorus tones and shredding leads that go on forever. Quite literally, in fact, as the guitar includes a sustainer pickup which allows notes to ring indefinitely. While it might seem like a novelty initially, the sustainer pickup actually adds a lot of options for effects that aren’t obtainable with an ordinary guitar. For example, chords can be held in conjunction with the volume pedal to create organic pad-like swells. In high-gain lead guitar sounds, the sustainer pickup sometimes causes harmonics to ring, almost like feedback from the guitar amp. We sampled all articulations with a generous length of sustain and then seamlessly looped the applicable samples using phase-coherent loop points. As you can imagine, for a guitar that specializes in showstopper lead guitar solos, we were sure to sample everything from pinch harmonics and tapping to pick slides and other performance effects. We also recorded the legato articulations with four round-robin for realistic variation when playing fast trills. Evolution Infinity is outfitted with our Evolution guitar engine which provides you with a wealth of appointments: an innovative strumming pattern editor, automatic chord detection, and a robust effects engine. The library includes many factory presets for ready-to-use classic 80s rhythm and lead electric guitar tones that fit right into the mix.
Key Features: – Built-in effects engine for instantly-usable electric guitar tones. – Adjustable pick position using our proprietary physical modeling technology. – Powerful mapping system that lets you set how you want to trigger articulations, using conditions such as velocity ranges, MIDI CCs, latching and non-latching keyswitches, and more. – Multitracking up to quadruple tracking.
Sampling specifications: – 5.79 GB (compressed to 3.5 GB using the lossless NCW audio format) of 24-bit samples. – Articulations such as sustains, palm mutes, mutes, natural harmonics, squeals, and tapping, plus special effects like string slaps, chugs, pick scrapes, and more. – MIDI articulations for instant octaves, grace notes, buzz trills, whole-step slides, whole-step hammer-ons, and slides (velocity-based and tempo-synced). – Legato samples for slides, hammer-ons, and pull-offs. – The articulations have 3 dynamics, 2 pick directions (when applicable), and 2x round-robin–except for the legatos, which have 4x round-robin.