Axxe - Guitar Voice Bank for Yamaha Motif ES/Rack ES/MO

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Axxe - Guitar Voice Bank for Yamaha Motif ES/Rack ES/MO

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From blazing heavy metal “stacks” to smoky vintage blues tones to guitars run through rotary speakers, phasers, flangers, and vintage echo units, AXXE covers it all. This sound library includes 128 new user voices, 124 new arpeggios, and 16 new Performances. It does not use any new samples, therefore no additional user RAM is required.

The first 64 voices in AXXE are strummed chord voices – complete four-note strummed chords, which can be triggered with just one finger. These voices feature DCP Productions new VariStrum programming technology. Using an assignable knob or MIDI control messages, you can vary the speed of the strum in real time to match your MIDI sequence or audio track! In many voices, the chord type can also be changed via real-time knob control and/or MIDI control messages.

A wide variety of lead sounds, from modern brutally distorted to vintage warm tube drive to clean and echoed, are included, as well as a selection of rhythm guitar tones and guitar effects such as pickslides and amp noises. A handful of mic'd/amplified acoustic guitars, a pedal steel guitar, an E-bow guitar, and eight electric basses round out the collection. All the sounds in AXXE have been “road tested” in a variety of music mixes as well as live playing situations through large sound reinforcement systems and onstage monitors. It is truly the definitive programmed guitar library for your Motif ES, ES Rack, or S90 ES.

User Comments

“A fantastic set of guitar sounds that's a great addition to the already excellent guitars of the ES”

“I haven't picked up my guitar since I downloaded the AXXE voice library!”

“ The most impressive voices to me are the "chugga" variants, which are seriously gated and could probably fake out many a listener into thinking they're hearing the real thing."

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