Geetar 1.1.b Mod
Physical model plucked strings with pitch compensation.
First - this Ensemble were created by Chet Singer - the genius of the physical modeling!
This is a typical waveguide-based physical model of a set of plucked strings. They can emulate a guitar, a clav, a bass, or an electric piano.
One thing that sets it apart is a pitch-compensation circuit that keeps the strings in tune when the reflection filter is changed. It is tuned for a 44.1kHz sample rate.
The too-b overdrive circuit is included courtesy of Robin Davies , and are included courtesy of Bernd Keil.
Some features of the instrument are:
1. The timbre, sustain, and volume of the strings can be adjusted at every octave.
2. The strings can hit the frets, facilitating the creation of slap basses and other noisy instruments.
3. The instrument can be tuned to Just Intonation, creating clean major and minor power chords.
4. Some snapshots have key signatures in their names, because they use Just Intonation and should be played in certain keys for the best effect.
A Panel - Reverb - EQ
B Panel - Delay - Phaser - Chorus - Tremolo
The graphic control elements were created by Yerry Feldstein
Made in Reaktor 5.62