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Born from the resonant embrace of a Taylor 214ce’s piezo pickup, this sample library captures the shimmering essence of its harmonic tapestry. Recorded directly into a Focusrite Saffire Pro 24, the raw beauty of these harmonics is gently caressed by the subtle alchemy of a Klanghelm MJUCjr and an API 550A plugin.

With the mere twist of the MOD Wheel, the Pro53 Low Pass Filter dances across the harmonic spectrum.

Whether you seek to add a touch of organic warmth to your productions or embark on a journey of sonic exploration, Harmonic Tapestry is a captivating collection of sounds that will inspire and intrigue you.

Let the harmonics of the Taylor 214ce inspire your next creation.

– Made with Kontakt 6.7.0 –

Requires the Full version of Kontakt

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Reviews for Acoustic Guitar Harmonics

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  • Simple and nice harmonics

    This tiny little patch is a wonderful and natural guitar harmonics instrument with very good sampling and it is available within 3 medium ranged octaves. Although the samples don't last that long, there is a nice resonance to them. If you manage to hold them too long or with a sustain pedal and in high velocity, you might be able to hear some sudden stops, but the default release is just about right so you shouldn't normally hear that.

    Other than that, it's a very simple patch that I believe it does good at what it wants to do! One of Julian's best in my opinion!

    Alex Raptakis21 March 2022
  • Nice percussive color

    Great sample instrument thats much more convenient than recording harmonics on an acoustic! I found some great 'colors' by simply loading two or more instances in kontakt and slightly changing the tuning of each. good work and thanks for sharing!

    Geoff Ereth24 May 2022
  • Very interesting and nice sound

    It reminds me of some of the labs instruments, but with a unique twist. Sounds good and does what the name implies.