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ILIO GV2R Hans Zimmer Guitars Volume 1 (Roland Format)
GV2R Hans Zimmer Guitars Volume 1 (Roland Format)
B&H # ILGV2R
MFR # GV2R
7-14 business days
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The Ilio GV2R Hans Zimmer Guitars Volume 1 (Roland Format) by Spectrasonics is a library of guitar samples from the private sample library of Oscar & Grammy award winning film composer Hans Zimmer. These powerful guitar textures are detailed & expressive, with patches containing up to 12-way velocity switching, allowing for such nuances as dynamically-controllable string slides, pops, and harmonics. The versatility of this collection ranges from a wide variety of pristine acoustics, vintage Telecasters, 32 meg leads, to a rare $11,000 Paul Reed Smith collector’s edition "Dragon" guitar. This library also includes guitar grooves presented in every key signature and multiple tempos.
This version of Zimmer Guitars has 3 additional new acoustic guitars—sampled without vibrato, in multiple dynamics: a beautiful new Nylon string, 6-string Folk Steel string, and the Parker "Fly" electro-acoustic guitar. It also features major and minor acoustic guitar strum samples and these articulations are available in steel and nylon string versions with both up and down strokes.
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