Not so long ago, I learnt a technic to design organic-sounding patches in my favorite synth: Vital.
So a few days ago, I loaded said synth and gave it a try. I wasn’t expecting to end up with such a cool result,
so much so that I decided to make an instrument out of it, for those who don’t have Vital (which is totally free, by the way).
Here is what I came up with!
Although this instrument doesn’t really sound like a guitar, I just found the name sounded cool, so I decided to stick with it.
I would still recommend using the vital preset if you can because it somehow sounds fuller than the sampled version
(to my ear at least) but that’s not a option for you, you still have both!
I also managed to create an impulse response of the reverb from Vital, so if you want to use it in a convolution plugin,
simply use the reverb.wav file.
Leave a review to let others know what you thought of the instrument!
Great fun with an ampsim
I really like both the saturated tones on pitchbends and clean pluks that are possible with this. I was using BlueCat Axiom, so a rich palette of effects was available. I think a release knob would be nice to enhance guitar like tone fade-out. For those tired of same-ole_same-ole sounds, this can fill in a lot of gaps, and not be picked out of a line-up.