The RealGuitar Acoustic Guitar Virtual Instrument by MusicLab features sample-based guitar modeling, reproducing the sound and feel of 8 different acoustic guitars, with only a standard MIDI keyboard. Its advanced key/pedal/velocity switch system provides excellent playability, allowing a keyboardist to perform guitar parts with realistic expression.
RealGuitar features high-quality samples, covering practically every sound a guitarist makes. It's also equipped with a Pattern Manager containing a complete rhythmic library for easily creating guitar accompaniment tracks. Find the appropriate rhythm pattern in the software, copy it to the needed number of measures, start your sequencer, and use a MIDI keyboard to play chord changes.
- A better sounding virtual guitar
- Multi-channel layering technology, incorporating a library of samples recorded from every fret of all 6 strings on 8 different acoustic guitars
- Floating Fret Position imitates the change of a guitarist's hand position on the neck. Play up to 140 specifically-sampled frets using just the 46 keys of a standard keyboard.
- Guitar Touch technology lets you easily recreate basic guitar techniques using standard MIDI keyboard and controllers.
- Built-in EQ and effects; including stereo tremolo, 2-way chorus, and doubling.
- Guitar sample library
RealGuitar includes 555 MB sample set featuring 8 Acoustic guitar patches:
- Steel Picked
- Steel Fingered
- Nylon Picked
- Nylon Fingered
- Steel 2 Picked
- Steel 2 Doubling
- Steel Stereo
- Five performance modes
- MusicLab performance modes add to the realism of the virtual guitar's tone and expression. The five modes are Solo, Harmony, Bass&Chord, Bass&Pick, and Chords.
- Chord detect/construct system
- 1-4 note piano chords can be translated in real-time to 6-voice guitar chords. RealGuitar has 2,000 instantly available guitar chord shapes.
- Pattern Manager
- For creating accompaniment tracks quickly, RealGuitar has a library of 1,250 rhythm patterns, covering a wide range of music styles. Copy the appropriate rhythmic pattern to the needed number of measures, start your sequencer, and fill in the chord changes with your MIDI keyboard.