Pettinhouse has announced the release of DirectGuitar Mute&Slap, a free instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt taken from the DirectGuitar 3.0 library.
It is made for playing muted guitar grooves combined with slap notes. For Funky, great also for rock, in fact you can play powerchords with a bit of distortion, it sounds great.
You can combine muted passages with slapped notes just by playing harder on your keyboard in order to introduce a slapped note.
The amp and the FX section is full activated. You can use the distortion, the EQ, Reverb, Delay, Phaser, play notes with Wah Wah effect moving up and down your modulation wheel.
The library is a free download from Pettinhouse. Requires full version of Kontakt.
Acoustic Guitar 2.0 is a huge 5GB acoustic guitar library for NI Kontakt by Pettinhouse. This incredibly realistic and playable acoustic guitar library includes both strummed, fingered and picked patches along with every articulation you could possibly think of (its insane!).
The library also includes an equalizer, effects, and a HUGE range of articulations (slides, hammer-ons, palm mute, harmonics, up strokes, down strokes, trills, stopped notes, release noises, fret noises, hand noises, strum noises). Check out the video and demos to see just how good this beast is! Full version of Kontakt required (not compatible with free player).
The library is available to purchase from VST Buzz for $59 USD until December 31st, 2013.
Pettinhouse has released Powerchords, a sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt.
Powerchords is an innovative Guitar Power Chords sample library for Kontakt 3, 4, 5 and future versions (NO Kontakt player) available for download.
It is made with samples recording a Stratocaster Guitar and it is made for playing automatic power chords. It has pre made patterns for Rock, Blues, Metal, Pop which you can edit or create new from scratch. It has a built-in Amp simulator with Wah, Distortion, EQ, Reverb, Delay and Phaser.
You can also play it DRY with your favorite amp simulator.
Powerchords doesn’t have any chord recognition. You are free to play what you want. One note, two, random notes, doesn’t matter it strums all the keys you press on your keyboard.