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Electric Strummer is an 850 MB NN-XT Instrument Reason ReFill that bridges the gap between keyboards, vintage-tube-driven amps, and electric guitar.
It employs AudioWarrior's "G-Mapping" enabling the user to literally strum guitar chords on any MIDI keyboard with the included guitar pick and simultaneously combine chromatic leads in the same patch via Reason's NN-XT Advanced Sampler.
Electric Strummer utilizes over 300 24-bit samples that fuel the new "Chromatic Morphing Harmonics" NN-XT patches that have up to 21 different alternating samples per note that start out as tube-driven electric guitar notes, then using a special guitar technique they pitch-shift with each alternating note, morphing into a harmonic with vibrato.
Electric Strummer is now available on CD or as a download for $49. A free Mac/PC Demo is available as well.
For more information, visit their web site at www.audiowarrior.com