Propellerhead has announced the release of A-List Acoustic Guitarist, a new Rack Extension instrument that providing Reason users with a fast, easy way to create professional, inspiring rhythm guitar tracks.
Available immediately for Reason 7.1 customers, A-List Acoustic Guitarist includes over 600 rhythms spread across more than 50 styles that can be played and combined in real time to create unique, realistic, and inspiring performances.
“Whether you’re a keyboardist wanting to add guitar to your tracks, or a singer-songwriter looking for new styles, A-List Acoustic Guitarist helps you achieve professional rhythm guitar recordings and explore inspiring new musical directions,” stated Timothy Self, Propellerhead VP of Product Marketing. “A-List Acoustic Guitarist adds to the rapidly expanding Reason Rack Extension family with a first class instrument that’s sure to spark endless musical inspiration.”
Since its release in 2012, Propellerhead’s Rack Extension platform has emerged as a powerful audio plug-in format, with over 600 active developers and more than 200 instruments and effects now available via the Propellerhead online store. Rack Extensions integrate seamlessly into the Reason rack, combining excellent sound, smooth workflows, and rock-solid stability with the intuitive routing, automation, deep editing, and flexibility that Reason users expect.
A-List Acoustic Guitarist puts the sound of a world-class studio guitarist right in the Reason rack. Single MIDI notes trigger chords and progressions, while adding additional notes allows users to explore alternate voicings and patterns. With intuitive, hands-on control over chords, strumming patterns, tonal parameters and more, musicians can quickly dial in the perfect performance for their song—or spend time experimenting with endless variations. Thirteen chord types—including major, minor, 7th, suspended, and more—cover all musical complexities.
The rack extension is available for purchase for $99 USD / 79 EUR.
More information: Propellerhead / A-List Acoustic Guitarist