Wavesfactory has announced the release of 2Ebow, an ebow sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt.
The EBow is a hand-held, battery-powered electronic device for playing the electric guitar, invented by Greg Heet in 1969. Instead of having the strings hit by the fingers or a pick, they are moved by the electromagnetic field created by the device, producing a sound reminiscent of using a bow on the strings.
We sampled sustain and release notes from 2 guitars, acoustic and electric, using an ebow. With this instrument you can achieve a wide range of sounds because of its built in effects controllable directly from the GUI (rendered in 3D).
- Ebow, with acoustic and electric guitars sampled.
- Includes sustain and release samples.
- WAV files (44.1 KHz/24 bit).
- Custom script with 3D GUI and built-in effects.
- 25 impulse responses.
- Pads, textures and melodies.
- For Kontakt 4.2.3. Full version of Kontakt required. Kontakt Player will run in demo mode.
- 210 Mb installed.
The sample library is available for 14.95 EUR.
More information: Wavesfactory