List of patches

Patch choices are based on keyswitching only or in combination with a CC1 value.

Performance patch: all Non Vibrato samples combined into one patch.

With nail - non vibrato - 1st, 5th and 9th position
Without nail - non vibrato - 1st, 5th/7th position
Tirando sound (a bit slimmer) - 1st, 5th/7th position
Espressivo - 1st, 5th/7th position
Molto espressivo - 5th/7th/9th position
Sound of a stroke on one string (to produce whatever chord you want)
Dolce (sul tasto/near fretboard)
Metallico (sul ponticello/near bridge

A real legato tool with intervals recorded up to an octave (upwards) to a perfect pitch (downwards), can be used with 6 different color patches: Non vibrato, Espressivo 5 th position, Molto espressivo, Espressivo without nail, Sul tasto and Tirando 5th position.

Three customizing tools (via CC's) are implemented, all within a relevant range:
- The speed of the transition
- The exact moment of transition (the so called Hold time)
- The volume of the transition.

Notes are defined on start note or the target pitch, on the moment of arrival at the next spot there are two options:
1. have a new note on the desired pitch in the articulation of your choice
2. just let it ring
All patches are available in two different speeds (short & medium tempo) , up and down major second and perfect fourth on all strings. The speed can be adjusted via a CC or knob in the GUI
Polyphonic playing is possible. Speed is adjustable within a certain range.

A special only non-pitched glissando patch: an easy espressivo tool for connecting, it is more the FX than a pitched connection. So to be used for larger intervals or when a different timing is to be used than in the pitched connection tools.
Polyphonic playing is possible.

Fast major2, minor3 and major 3 slide upwards (fast glissando with attack first, pitched on target note, mainly used in pop, jazz, flamenco, bossa). Speed is adjustable.

A special patch that can be used if you want the slur sound: recorded hammering and pulliong off.

Pizzicato & snap pizzicato
Natural harmonics XII, VII, V & IX
Artificial harmonics
Vertical vibrato (mainly used in pop, jazz, flamenco, bossa)
Special flamenco thumb sound (with special 'tick' in attack sound)also called alzapua
Picado (flamenco ff playing) - also usable as regular runs patch (mp-f)
Pizzicato left hand
Vertical vibrato. as used in jazz, pop, flamenco
Fast bending as used in jazz, pop, flamenco
Crossed strings IX X XI XII
Soft tremolando on g,b and e, looped

String noises /different squeaks (caused by position change)
Damping sound of finger back to the string

Special FX

Special FX
rasgueado damped LH
strumming damped LH
golpe flamenco: nail on wood/golpeador
golpe (hit of the thumb on the surface) on wood, low sound
golpe (hit of the thumb on the surface) on wood, higher sound
golpe (hit of the thumb on the surface) on wood, high sound
golpe on side of the the guitar
hit all strings against fretboard with a flat hand
hit all strings against fretboard and surface with a flat hand
hit low E-string against fretboard
hit strings LH with damped strings RH
rasgueado and strumming damped LH
scraping low E fast
scraping low E slow
scraping low E very slow
tremolo hit string LH and RH on fretboard between frets XII and XIX
with finger 1 on L bridge 6 to 1
with nail on R bridge 1 to 6 and 6 to 1
play 6th string when beside fretboard
tambora: hit with thumb on the strings near the bridge (=patch)
randomly pitched harmonics on bass strings near the bridge

picado(flamenco ff playing)
special flamenco thumb sound 'callo y una' (with the special attack)
1 string strum sound, for all possible (and impossible) 6 string chords
strumming & rasgueado with LH damped strings (often used in rumbas)

chasquido, frequently used in South American playing: strumming and damping at the same moment, but als0 used in many regular ways of accompaniment)

The Panormo family were leading instrument makers for three generations from 1734 to 1890, and were famous for their guitars between 1820 and 1860. The music of Sor, Giuliani, Carulli, Mertz and many others from that period sounds wonderful on this instrument, usually played without nails."Evocación" offers you with the no nail patches a wonderful tool in your classical pieces.

CC related parameters

Patch choice KS, usually with a CC1 value

CC3 - Gain of damping RH finger on string
CC4 - Speed of transitions with slides and portamento
CC19 - Velocity curve setting
CC20 - Gain of intensity randomization low frequencies
CC21 - Gain of intensity randomization mid frequencies
CC22 - Gain of intensity randomization high frequencies

Intro pricing to be announced.

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