Sugar Bytes Guitarist (Mac)

Sugar Bytes Guitarist (Mac)
  • Sugar Bytes
  • Guitarist
  • v1.0.5
  • Mac OS X

Sugar Bytes Guitarist (Mac) is a virtual guitar that is intended to imitate cadence parts played on an electric guitar. The genuine guitar player has been changed into a stage sequencer framework with an enormous degree of customization with regards to harmonies or fingering designs and a point by point command over valid subtlety and articulation.

Key Features

  • Four electric Guitars with more to come soon
  • More than 2,000 Samples for each Sixstring
  • Control over Strum, Chords & Song Structures
  • Action Section for real-time Control
  • Slides, Vibratos or Portamentos
  • Warm Amps and Direct-Out
  • 10 Effects plus Wahwah Pedal & Talkmode
  • Mute or De-tune individual Strings

The Sequencers

Detailed control and vast arrangement options

The Patterns page in the middle is in reality exceptionally simple to utilize. On 16 stages you can decide whether a harmony is activated, which strings are played and if the strum goes up-or descending.

Each string can be played exclusively whenever, ensuring enormous arpeggios, nuanced metal riffs are additionally effortlessly done. The moist and deadnotes make it astounding and vivacious.

The lower paths are the place you can characterize the harmony arrangements. Select a root note, pick one of 12 distinctive harmony types, each accessible in three fingering varieties and utilize the “progression rehash” for longer examples. You can likewise make up to 24 client harmonies (incl. inconceivable harmonies) by tapping on the fretboard.

The Human Touch

Busy Fingers

The “Activitys” page lets you program additional developments for each of the mechanical “fingers” on the fretboard. A finger can be gone up or somewhere around one, a few semitones for each progression, to advance harmonies with consonant components.

The “Activity Section” offers the methods for sure fire mediation. Circle leaves behind a press of a catch, incorporate dead-or clammy notes, half beat fills in too.

The Guitars

Four electric models with more to come

Three unique guitars are implicit: Fender’s Stratocaster and Telecaster are incorporated, alongside a Duesenberg Starplayer Special. The Starplayer exists in a “Splendid” and “Ordinary” adaptation.

Every one of these excellent six-strings was recorded with 2,000 examples. Broad arrangements of fussed notes and open strings have been examined, every one rehashed a few times.

The “cooperative effort” capacity can exchange the playback of various examples. In Random mode, an example is chosen aimlessly from the accessible pool for the note activated.

Amps and Effects

Form your sound

Two impact units with 10 impacts out and out give the hues you are searching for. FX1 spends significant time in adjustment impacts, including an extremely decent Chorus, a throaty Phaser, and “Stage Wah” and “Auto Wah” impacts. FX2 does exemplary deferrals and reverbs, and a reverse‑buffer postpone impact.

Two brilliant sounding amp models are accessible just as a direct out mode for your preferred amp-emulator-programming.

Also, there’s the Wah-Wah pedal. This is more refined than the normal guitar step box, with a vital, variable‑rate LFO to clear the impact to and fro (this can be deactivated, and a MIDI controller relegated for manual control). The LFO can be set to retrigger with input flags over a given edge (another method for delivering “auto‑wah” impacts), and Max and Min controls permit you to set the upper and lower limits of the impact’s breadth.

Clever and detailed mechanics

The feature list keeps on giving

Here are some more features to improve workflow and provide an authentic setup

  • Global Strum Speed controllable by host automation
  • Export MIDI sequences to your DAW – can be useful when used to double on another instrument.
  • Copy/Paste buttons all over the place for effective composing
  • Detune strings by a semitones using the pegs

Sounds & Presets

Authentic and Expressive

Sugar Bytes Guitarist (Mac) presets are sub-partitioned into four classifications: Global, Sound, Pattern and Chord.

Sound presets store settings, for example, the guitar type and chose impacts. Example presets store the strumming and picking designs, while Chord presets store harmony changes.

Choosing a Global preset consequently stacks the coordinating presets in the other three classes. Be that as it may, you can blend and match the various classifications, consolidating the harmony movement from one preset with the picking from another, and the impacts settings from still another.

Client presets of every one of the four sorts can be made and spared.

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