This instruments combines Pianobook submissions from Dan Keen (Thrumming Textures), Joshua Meltzer (Ambient Guitar Tremors), and Pete Melkin (E.Guitar Octave Cascade).
Reviews for Pianobook Combo: Guitar Textures
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A swarm of colours!
Don't let the black GUI fool you. This is a very colourful patch full of character and surprises! Other than a very small delay in the "main" sound in some notes, this is pure perfection. You will quickly realise that it is not intended to be played as a lead instrument by itself, so that delay doesn't really matter. Great combination, great execution, great everything!
Woah this is insane, this combines some of my favorite guitar patches on the site with some awesome controls. I find that mixing the acoustic in not as much as the other sounds works best for me so it doesn't become too overbearing. As Dan Keen would say this has "thrumming" textures. All the delays and sporadic notes weaving in and out of each other. It's so cool to build up an interesting ambient bed. The GUI is also really nice with great controls, including octaves. No complaints here, this is really special
Very nice tremoring guitar sound. Highly customizable as well.
I just love the sound of this Guitar!!! Ambient, nostalgic, beautiful textured string sound. I am sure I will be using this a lot going forward. I am very glad to have found this sound, thank you very much!!
Shimmering, evolving guitar goodness!
What a great library this is! I love that we have this community where we can not only share our creative output, but others can give us their take on it too! Making already great sounds even better by combining them! These textures evolve beautifully and musically and are very playable in a wide variety of musical situations. Excellent!
Bags of character, plenty of possibilities.
This library gives you bags of character within a 'thrumming' style instrument. The GUI is nice and clean and the range of FX is great, but for me serves more an inspiration for what I might add to it myself using third party and more tweak-able fx plugins. But a great sounding library all the same!