The electric sitar was introduced in the late 60’s, imitating the sound of a traditional sitar by using a special bridge and resonance strings. Undoubtedly a specialty instrument, the electric sitar is typically used in classic rock and modern jazz/fusion styles of music. The model we sampled for Evolution Sitardelic has a semi-hollow pine body with a masonite top, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, and classic “lipstick” single-coil pickups. Its full octave of drone strings add extra resonance and body to the tone of the guitar.
Changes in the update:
1. Strumming pattern bug fix.
The last update we released allowed strumming patterns to sync with tempo changes. Unfortunately it also introduced a bug where, depending on the timing of the pattern keys, it would occasionally skip a beat in the pattern, causing the playback to sound consistently out of sync.
2. New guitar cabinet model.
We took the opportunity to add a new guitar cabinet to the collection called “1×12 Rattlesnake”. This particular cabinet is a model Carlos Santana is known for playing.
Available Disk Space
This product requires a total of 4 GB of free disk space in order to download and install the sample library. The total size of the download is 1.99 GB, and after installed the library occupies 2.01 GB.
Kontakt Player 5.5.2 (free)
Stand-alone, AAX Native, VST, AU
Minimum System Requirements
Windows 7, 8, or 10. Mac OS X 10.9 or newer.
Web Site: https://www.orangetreesamples.com/products/evolution-electric-guitar-sitardelic
What’s New in Orange Tree Samples Evolution Sitardelic v1.1.68
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