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ULTRA DARK-POWERED VIRTUAL GUITAR USER MANUAL Table of Contents Table of Contents ...2 License ... 5 Introduction ...6 System Requirements ...9 [IMPORTANT] Preload buffer size configuration ... 10 Tips ... 11 SPM (Super Performance Multi) ... 12 Multi: V_METAL ...1 3 Instrument select key switches ... 14 SPM Instruments ...1 5 Realtime Legato Slide / Realtime Hammer-on& Pull-off ... 15 Vibarato ...1 6 Mute / Picking noise ... 16 Gliss down (using Hold Key) ... 17 Cricket (using B0 key) ... 17 Pinch Harmonics ... 18 5th-dyad chord whammy bar ... 18 Play Key ...1 9 Key switch [E0]: Power chord R...
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ULTRA DARK-POWERED VIRTUAL GUITAR

USER MANUAL

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents ...2 License ... 5 Introduction ...6 System Requirements ...9 [IMPORTANT] Preload buffer size configuration ... 10 Tips ... 11 SPM (Super Performance Multi) ... 12 Multi: V_METAL ...1 3 Instrument select key switches ... 14 SPM Instruments ...1 5 Realtime Legato Slide / Realtime Hammer-on& Pull-off ... 15 Vibarato ...1 6 Mute / Picking noise ... 16 Gliss down (using Hold Key) ... 17 Cricket (using B0 key) ... 17 Pinch Harmonics ... 18 5th-dyad chord whammy bar ... 18 Play Key ...1 9 Key switch [E0]: Power chord Real time legato slide ... 20 Key switch [D#0]: sus4 chord Real time legato slide ... 20 Key switch [D0]: add9 chord Real time legato slide ... 20 Key switch [C#0]: sampled picking tremolo ... 20 Key switch [C0]: octave Real time legato slide ... 21 Key switch [B-1]: sampled trill (whole step) ... 21 Key switch [A#-1]: sampled trill (half step) ... 21 Key switch [A-1]: 6th-dyad chord Real time legato slide ... 21 Key switch [G#-1]: #5th-dyad chord Real time legato slide ... 21 Key switch [G-1]: 5th-dyad chord Real time legato slide ... 21 Key switch [F#-1]: flat 5th-dyad chord Real time legato slide ... 22 Key switch [F-1]: 4th-dyad chord Real time legato slide ... 22 Key switch [E-1]: major 3rd-dyad chord Real time legato slide ... 22 Key switch [D#-1]: minor 3rd-dyad chord Real time legato slide ... 22 Key switch [D-1]: single note no legato slide mode ... 22 Key switch [C#-1]: single note Real time Hammer-on&Pull-off / Trill mode ... 23 Key switch [C-1]: single note Real time legato slide ... 23 Key switch [B-2]: unison bend ... 23 Key switch [A#-2]: double bend ... 23 Key switch [A-2]: other chords (‘Rush chord’) ... 24 Key switch [G#-2]: major 3rd vibrato ... 26 Key switch [G-2]: natural harmonics ... 27 Key switch [F#-2]: FX1 – scrape, slides, noises ... 27, Key switch [F-2]: FX2 – whammy bar ... 27 Key switch [E-2]: FX3 – whammy bar ... 27 Key switch [D#-2]: FX4 – whammy bar ... 27 Forced string select key switch ... 28 Multi: V_METAL_double_track ... 29 Instrument: V_METAL_lite ... 30 Customizing SPM ...3 1 SPM’s features ...3 2 Global Controller ...3 2 Fretboard Monitor ...3 3 - Main Instrument ...3 5 Auto sustain ...3 5 Poly mode ...3 6 Release time ...363Band EQ ...3 6 Gliss down ...3 6 High Velocity Threshold ... 37 Auto alternation (Auto Stroke Detection) ... 37 Feedback ...3 9 Play Keys (hold keys and stop keys) ... 40 Mute / Picking noise (velocity switch or CC# 1) ... 42 Pitch bend range ... 43 Instrument select key switches (Main Instruments) ... 44 String select key switches ... 46 - High Velocity Instrument ... 47 - Release Instrument ... 48 - Feedback Instrument ... 49 Mapping & key range ... 51 single note ...5 2 minor 3rd- dyad chord ... 53 major 3rd-dyad chord ... 53 4th-dyad chord ...5 4 flat 5th-dyad chord ...5 5 5th-dyad chord ...5 5 #5th-dyad chord ...5 6 6th-dyad chord ...5 6 add9 ... 57 power chord ...5 7 sus4 ... 58 octave ...5 8 unison bend ...5 9 double bend ...5 9 other chords (‘RUSH chords’) ... 60 major 3rd vibrato ...6 0, narutal harmonics ...6 1 FX ... 61 V-METAL MIDI Controller Chart ... 62 Credits ... 63,

License

All samples / files are the property of Prominy, Inc., and are therefore licensed to only to the purchaser who purchased this product from Prominy, Inc. or authorized Prominy dealers only for use as part of a live or recorded musical performance or for use in audio and audio - visual post productions. The terms of this license expressly forbid the resale or other distribution of this product and/or individual sound samples contained within as they exist on this disc or reformatted, mixed, filtered, re-synthesized, or otherwise edited, for use as sounds, multi-sounds, samples, multi-samples, programs or patches in a sampler or a sample playback unit. Selling the samples or giving them away for use by others in the form of sampling or for sample playback units or computers is strictly prohibited. Selling this product to a third party person is prohibited. Buying this product from a third party person is also prohibited. Prominy, Inc. DOES NOT accept any registrations for a used / resold product. Users who purchased this product from a third party person are not entitled to get any supports by Prominy, Inc. Posting these sounds electronically without written permission from Prominy, Inc. is prohibited. The sound samples contained within cannot be used in any library / encyclopedia or similar media format created for CD-Audio, CD-ROM, DVD-Audio, or DVD-ROM type products, including future mechanical media formats, without written permission from Prominy, Inc. You can obtain information about licensing by contacting Prominy, Inc. Any problems associated with the result obtained from the recorded data contained within this package are the sole responsibility of the user. This license agreement is subject to change without any notice. If you have any questions regarding the license agreement, please contact us. Copyright © 2004-2011 Prominy Inc. All rights reserved. All sounds created by and property of Prominy Inc.,

Introduction V-METAL

Ultra Real-sounding / Dark-Powered Virtual Electric Guitar - The true METAL sound of ESP® Alexi Blacky with EMG® humbucker pickup. V-METAL enables you to compose and create powerful and natural electric guitar tracks that imitate real electric guitar playing! 1. Incredible real-time playability – V-METAL SPM (Super Performance Multi) With V-METAL SPM (Super Performance Multi), you can play ultra realistic electric guitar performance in real-time. You can access various playing techniques instantly without stopping your performance and create convincing guitar tracks very quickly. Single note Sampled real 2-strings chords (minor 3rd, major 3rd, 4th, flat 5th, 5th, #5th, 6th, octave) Sampled real chords (add9, sus4, power chord) Other special sampled chords (‘Rush chords’) Unison bend Double bend Realtime Hammer-on & Pull-off Realtime Legato Slide Vibrato Trill Picking Tremolo Mute & picking noise Cricket Gliss down Pinch Harmonics Natural Harmonics Fret noise Pick stop noise Bridge mute noise Release noise Position change noise Whammy bar Special FX, noises Feedback etc., 2. Fretboard Monitor The SPM automatically selects a proper string / fret position depending on the situation. You can also change the string manually by key switches. The Fretboard Monitor visualizes the current fret position / playing technique you are playing. 3. Auto Stroke Detection With SPM's Auto Stroke Detection feature, SPM automatically detects the current beat position and identify proper stroke direction (down or up). There are several stroke detection modes and you can also control stroke direction manually. 5. Cricket ‘Cricket’ is a guitar playing technique that Metal / Rock guitarists frequently use on solos. By hitting the whammy bar, the tremolo unit vibrates very fast and it produces a very cool ‘crying ’sound like a cricket (insect). 6. Feedback In actual guitar performance, you get feedback sound when a heavily distorted tone is played in front of (or a certain position from) the amplifier. V-METAL reproduces the feedback sound. The pitch and fade time of feedback can be changed. 7. Realtime Legato Slide With V-METAL’s Realtime Legato Slide feature using 'real' legato samples, you are able to get perfectly real expressions of the human finger's legato slide that cannot be reproduced with a slide emulation by changing pitch. Realtime Legato Slide is available with the instruments; single note, minor 3rd, major 3rd, 4th, flat 5th, 5th, #5th, 6th, octave, add9, sus4, power chord. 8. Real chords The extensive number of the 'real' chord samples makes your guitar tracks very convincing. minor 3rd, major 3rd, 4th, flat 5th, 5th, #5th, 6th, octave add9, sus4, major 3rd vibrato with / without pinch harmonics, power chords (besides 5th-dyad chord), other special chords (= so-called ‘Rush chords’), etc. Guitar chord sound that is emulated using single note samples does not sound real. V-METAL includes the huge number of 'real' recorded (in other words, 'pre-recorded' or 'pre-played') chord samples. Each chord instrument can be used as a SPM instrument and you can instantly access the various types of guitar chords. Prominy's guitar libraries are the only ones that include such a huge number of the 'real' chord samples., 9. Double-Tracking ‘Double-Tracking’ is a technique that is frequently used in recording guitar tracks. It gives the guitar track a nice, wide-spread stereo images and thickness. With V-METAL, you can reproduce it very easily just by loading the double-tracking instruments. No identical samples are played simultaneously in both channels. You don't need a stereo delay or tweaking your midi data to emulate the double-tracking. 10. Low note samples included The guitar is tuned to ‘drop C’, that is the most popular tuning among Metal / Rock guitarists and V-METAL covers the lower notes (low C - low D#) and is suitable for a wide range of musical genres; Modern Metal, Death Metal, Nu Metal, Metalcore, Rock, Pop, and so on. 11. Direct signals from the guitar You can make your own guitar sound so it suits the music genre you're working with by adding your favorite amplifier simulator. 12. Assignable Key Switch All the SPM instruments have Assignable Key Switch feature that enables you to assign any key switches to each SPM instrument. You can combine any SPM instruments to SPM multi as needed and assign key switches, and create your own SPM setting. 13. Picking noises are recorded in multiple forms on all frets and strings Picking noises made while playing a guitar is one of the most important characteristics that identify a live guitar recording. That is why we took great care in capturing many variations of picking noises. Adding these noises, with consideration to timing and picking style, will make your guitar tracks sound natural. When you use picking noise sampled from a different position of the fret board than the one you're applying it to, the result is an unnatural sound because the noise will not harmonize with the original note's sustain sound.,

System Requirements

Mac Mac OS X 10.6 (latest update) or 10.7, Intel Core Duo, 2 GB RAM Windows Windows 7 (latest Service Pack, 32/64 Bit), Intel Core Duo or AMD Athlon 64, 2 GB RAM 11 GB free disc space, DVD drive Kontakt 5 Player included - No sampler required, [IMPORTANT] Preload buffer size configuration Please check your preload buffer size before loading the multi / instrument. V-METAL is a very big instrument that loads a huge number of samples. You need to configure the preload buffer size in Kontakt's option. The default pre-load buffer size is too large. If you have not changed the preload buffer setting, decrease the pre-load buffer size. 1. Click the Options button; and select the ‘Memory’ tab. 2. Check the box and minimize (or set to 12kb); ‘Override Instrument’s preload size’. The buffer size ('Override Instruments preload size') in the picture is 6kb, but if you load a big multi, we recommend 12kb to play the samples smoothly. If the samples are not played smoothly with 12 kb, increase the buffer size as needed unless RAM runs out. It depends on the system, but in most cases 12 kb should work fine. By decreasing the preload buffer size, loading time becomes much shorter and you can save a big RAM space. Purge All Samples and ‘on the fly streaming’ Another great way to save RAM is using the ‘purge all samples’ feature of Kontakt Player / Kontakt (ver4.1 or later). After loading the multi / instruments, click on the ‘Purge’ icon and select ‘purge all samples’. If your system is not so old, Kontakt Player should load previously unloaded samples on the fly when you play notes. If your RAM space is tight, it’s worth trying. If you get a noise at the beginning of the note when you play a big multi… A big multi that includes many instruments requires a certain amount of processing power. If you get a noise at the beginning of the note, increase the latency size of your audio interface (not ‘decrease’, unlike with the preload buffer size in Kontakt Option). For detail about changing the latency size, please refer to your audio interface manual., _

Tips

[Saving RAM by unloading unused instruments] If there are unused instruments for a project you are working on, we recommend you to remove them from the multi and re-save the multi with a different name. You can save RAM and time for loading the unused instruments. [Using Global Controller or MIDI CC to customize SPM] Most of the features of SPM can be controlled through Global Controller or MIDI CC (MIDI Control Change). We recommend you to use them to change the common parameters of SPM Multi unless you would like to customize a specific instrument. You can set the common parameters of all the instruments in the multi at once by using them. (You can customize each instrument with its interface, but you’ll need to repeat the same process with all the instruments in the multi.) [Do not use solo / mute button] As all the instruments in the multi need to receive the same midi information to execute the auto string / fret select feature, do not use the solo / mute button, otherwise the Fretboard Monitor does not work correctly., SPM (Super Performance Multi),

Multi: V_METAL

located in; /Multis/ V-METAL.nkm,

Instrument select key switches (default)

-2 -10123E0: power chord Realtime Legato Slide D#0: sus4 Realtime Legato Slide D0: add9 Realtime Legato Slide C#0: picking tremolo C0: octave Realtime Legato Slide B-1: trill (whole step) A#-1: trill (half step) A-1: 6th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide G#-1: #5th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide G-1: 5th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide F#-1: flat 5th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide F-1: 4th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide E-1: major- 3rd-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide D#-1: minor 3rd-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide D-1: single note no legato C#-1: single note Realtime hammer-on&pull-off C-1: single note Realtime Legato Slide B-2: unison bend A#-2: double bend A-2: other chords (‘Rush chords’) G#-2: major 3rd vibrato G-2: natural harmonics F#-2: FX1 – scrape, slides, noises F-2: FX2 – whammy bar E-2: FX3 – whammy bar D#-2: FX4 – whammy bar How to select instrument Press one of the keys above. For example, if you would like to activate power chord, press the key; E0. (Click here to see playable key ranges of each instrument.) If the key switch you would like to press is out of your keyboard range, you can transpose your keyboard controller up to + / - 3 octaves using the octave shift feature of Global Controller. You can also do the same thing with your keyboard controller’s transpose (octave shift) feature. ‘Guitar-like key switching’ You can memorize most of the default key switches very easily. For example, the key; C-1 activates single note. The key; G-1 activates 5th dyad-chord. The interval from the C-1 equals the interval of the chord notes. In the same way, you can press the keys; D#-1 for minor 3rd, E-1 for major 3rd, F-1 for 4th, F#-1 for flat 5th, G#-1 for 6th, C0 for octave, D0 for add9. In addition, you can activate the lower key switch by releasing the higher key switch without re-pressing the lower key switch. For example, press F-1 to activate 4th-dyad chord and hold down the F-1 key. Press the key to G-1 to activate 5th-dyad chord. Hold down both the F-1 and the G-1 while playing 5th chord notes, then release just the G-1 key without releasing the F-1 key, and 4th-dyad chord is activated again automatically. This action is very similar to the way guitarists do. You can switch chord intervals by releasing or holding a higher note (= higher fret).,

SPM Instruments

E0: power chord Realtime Legato Slide D#0: sus4 Realtime Legato Slide D0: add9 Realtime Legato Slide C#0: picking tremolo C0: octave Realtime Legato Slide B-1: trill (whole step) A#-1: trill (half step) A-1: 6th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide G#-1: #5th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide G-1: 5th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide F#-1: flat 5th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide F-1: 4th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide E-1: major- 3rd-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide D#-1: minor 3rd-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide D-1: single note no legato C#-1: single note Realtime hammer-on&pull-off C-1: single note Realtime Legato Slide B-2: unison bend A#-2: double bend A-2: other chords (‘Rush chords’) G#-2: major 3rd vibrato G-2: natural harmonics F#-2: FX1 – scrape, slides, noises F-2: FX2 – whammy bar E-2: FX3 – whammy bar D#-2: FX4 – whammy bar

Realtime Legato Slide / Realtime Hammer-on& Pull-off

legato slide (down) legato slide (up) hammer-on pull-off You can play legato slide by holding down one note while playing the next note to connect those notes. Realtime Hammer-on&Pull-off is available with single note instrument. Realtime Legato Slide feature is available with the following the instruments; single note, minor 3rd-dyad chorde, major- 3rd-dyad chord, 4th-dyad chord, flat 5th-dyad chord, 5th-dyad chord, #5th-dyad chord, 6th-dyad chord, octave, add9, sus4, power chord,

Vibarato

Vibrato can be played using Aftertouch. If your keyboard doesn't have Aftertouch function but has an assignable slider or a knob, you can assign Aftertouch to the slider / knob. (You can also handle Aftertouch using your DAW. For detail about Aftertouch, please refer to your keyboard controller manual and DAW manual.) Vibrato is available with the following the instruments; single note, minor 3rd-dyad chord, major- 3rd-dyad chord, 4th-dyad chord, flat 5th-dyad chord, 5th-dyad chord, #5th-dyad chord, 6th-dyad chord, octave, add9, sus4, power chord

Mute / Picking noise

P.M. Mute / picking noise is available using velocity switch or Modulation wheel (CC#1) with the following the instruments; single note, minor 3rd-dyad chord, major- 3rd-dyad chord, 4th-dyad chord, flat 5th-dyad chord, 5th-dyad chord, #5th-dyad chord, 6th-dyad chord, octave, add9, sus4, power chord, other chords default setting: mute mode: velocity mute velocity threshold: 70 picking noise MIDI CC# 1 threshold: 126 Mute is played if the note velocity is lower than 70. Picking noise is played if the value of the MIDI CC# 1 is 127 and the note velocity is lower than 70. You can also play picking noise using Play Key.,

Gliss down (using Hold Key)

gliss. Hold Key: F#0 Gliss down samples can be played using the Hold Key; F#0. If you release the original note while F#0 is held down, the original note is stopped and a gliss down sample is triggered. Gliss down is available with the following the instruments; single note, minor 3rd-dyad chord, major- 3rd-dyad chord, 4th-dyad chord, flat 5th-dyad chord, 5th-dyad chord, #5th-dyad chord, 6th-dyad chord, octave, add9, sus4, power chord, other chords unison bend, double bend, major 3rd vibrato You can assign gliss down to a different Play Key. For detail, please refer to the ‘Play Keys (hold keys and stop keys)’ section. Gliss down speed 3 types of gliss down speed (fast, mid, slow) are available. You can also select the gliss down speed through Global Controller or MIDI CC# 4. MIDI CC# 4 gliss down speed *Gliss down samples are not available 0 – 42 fast on the 2nd fret or lower. 43 – 85 mid 86 – 127 slow

Cricket (using B0 key)

‘Cricket’ is a guitar playing technique that Metal / Rock guitarists frequently use on solos. By hitting the whammy bar, the tremolo unit vibrates very fast and it produces a very cool ‘crying ’sound like a cricket (insect). Cricket can be played when one of the single note instruments is active and the selected string is the string 3 or a higher string. After playing a sustain note, press the key B0 to trigger the Cricket sample (- like you do with Stop Key). If you want to play Cricket but the auto string selection feature selects the string 4 or a lower string. You can select the string (string 1 or 2 or 3) by using forced string select key switch or MIDI CC# 53.,

Pinch Harmonics

(High Velocity Instrument) P.H. If the note velocity is higher than the threshold level; 125 and one of the following instrument is active, the High Velocity Instrument; ‘pinch_harmonics’ is triggered. single note, minor 3rd-dyad chord, major- 3rd-dyad chord, 4th-dyad chord, flat 5th-dyad chord, #5th-dyad chord, 6th-dyad chord, octave, add9, sus4, power chord, other chords unison bend, double bend, major 3rd vibrato 2 types of harmonics types are available. MIDI CC# 2 0 – 63: type 1 64 – 127: type 2 5th-dyad chord whammy bar (High Velocity Instrument) w/bar If the note velocity is higher than the threshold level; 125 and the instrument; 5th-dyad chord is active, the High Velocity Instrument; ‘5th_whammy_bar_p_harm’ is triggered. The assignment to High Velocity Instruments can be customized. For detail, please refer to the ‘High Velocity Instrument’ section.,

Play Key

-101234stop key 3 stop key 2 stop key 1 hold key 3 Play Key hold key 2 hold key 1 Hold Key 1* [F0]: pick stop noise Pick stop noise and finger release noise are triggered when the note is released while the Hold Key; F0 is held down. Hold Key 2* [F#0]: gliss down Gliss down is triggered when the note is released while the Hold Key; F#0 is held down. Hold Key 3 [G0]: fret noise & position change noise Fret noise (Release Instrument) and position change noise (Release Instrument) is triggered when the note is released while the Hold Key; G0 is held down. Stop Key 1* [G#0]: picking noise Picking noise is triggered when the Stop Key; G#0 is pressed. Stop Key 2 [A0]: bridge mute noise Bridge mute noise (Release Instrument) is triggered when the Stop Key; A0 is pressed. Stop Key 3* [A#0]: repeat same note The same note is repeated when the Stop Key; A#0 is pressed. * not available with the instruments; natural harmonics, FX1 – scrape, slides, noises, FX2 – whammy bar, FX3 – whammy bar, FX4 – whammy bar (The note is released when the Play Key is used and no samples are triggered.) The Play Keys can be customized. For details, please refer to the ‘Play Keys (hold keys and stop keys)’ section., Key switch [E0]: Power chord Real time legato slide root = string 6 root = string 5 rootroot P5 P5 root root >>> Key range (Click here) Key switch [D#0]: sus4 chord Real time legato slide root = string 6 root = string 5 P4P4 rootroot P5 P5 root root >>> Key range (Click here) MIDI CC# 2 (stroke speed) 0 – 63: fast stroke 64 – 127: slow stroke Key switch [D0]: add9 chord Real time legato slide root = string 6 root = string 5 99 P5 P5 root root >>> Key range (Click here) Key switch [C#0]: sampled picking tremolo >>> Key range (Click here),

Key switch [C0]: octave Real time legato slide

root = string 6 root = string 5 root = string 4 root = string 3 octave octave octave octave root root root root >>> Key range (Click here)

Key switch [B-1]: sampled trill (whole step) Key switch [A#-1]: sampled trill (half step)

>>> Key range (Click here)

Key switch [A-1]: 6th-dyad chord Real time legato slide

root = string 6 root = string 5 root = string 4 P6P6 root P6 root root >>> Key range (Click here)

Key switch [G#-1]: #5th-dyad chord Real time legato slide

root = string 6 root = string 5 root = string 4 #5#5 root #5 root root >>> Key range (Click here)

Key switch [G-1]: 5th-dyad chord Real time legato slide

root = string 6 root = string 5 root = string 4 P5P5 root P5 root root >>> Key range (Click here), Key switch [F#-1]: flat 5th-dyad chord Real time legato slide root = string 6 root = string 5 root = string 4 55 root5 root root >>> Key range (Click here) Key switch [F-1]: 4th-dyad chord Real time legato slide root = string 6 root = string 5 root = string 4 root = string 3 root = string 2 P4 P4P4 root rootP4 root P4 root root >>> Key range (Click here) Key switch [E-1]: major 3rd-dyad chord Real time legato slide root = string 5 root = string 4 M3M3 root root >>> Key range (Click here) Key switch [D#-1]: minor 3rd-dyad chord Real time legato slide root = string 5 root = string 4 m3m3 root root >>> Key range (Click here) Key switch [D-1]: single note no legato slide mode >>> Key range (Click here), Key switch [C#-1]: single note Real time Hammer-on&Pull-off / Trill mode hammer-on pull-off >>> Key range (Click here) You can play Hammer-on / Pull-off by holding down one note while playing the next note to connect those notes. Key switch [C-1]: single note Real time legato slide legato slide (down) legato slide (up) >>> Key range (Click here) Key switch [B-2]: unison bend string 3+2 string 2+1 full full 5 107 >>> Key range (Click here) Key switch [A#-2]: double bend MIDI CC# 2 (bend length) 1/2 full 0 – 42: short 10 43 – 85: mid 10 86 – 127: long >>> Key range (Click here),

Key switch [A-2]: other chords (‘Rush chord’)

This instrument includes nine special chords (so-called ‘RUSH chord’). chord 1: D A6 sus4(omit5) = root P4 P5 root M3 M6 root P4 P5 root chord 2: D#maj7( 11) A#maj7 ( 1 3 )(omit5) =

M

7 M3 11 M7 M3 13root 11 P5 root chord 3: E11 Bm13(omit5) = m 7 m3 11 m 7M3 13 root 11 P5 root chord 4: F6 C6 ( 9 ) sus4(omit5) Dm7 = = M6 9 root M3 root P5 M3 M6 P5 root P4 m3 P5 root m7333, chord 5: Gadd9 D6sus4 = P5 root 9 P5 M3 M6 root P4 P5 root55chord 6: A11 E13 sus4(omit5) = 11 m7 root P4M3 13 root P4 P5 root77chord 7: A#maj7 F13(omit5) = M3 13 M7 M3 M3 13 root P4 P5 root88chord 8:

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6(9) G6( 9 ) sus4 Am11 = = 9 P M6 5 11 9 root M3 M6 P5 root P4 m3 P5 root m7 10 10 10, chord 9:

D A6sus4(omit5) =

root P4 P5 root M3 M6 root P4 P5 root 12 12012345chord 9: D = A6sus4(omit5) chord 8: C6 ( 9 ) = G6sus4 = Am11(9) chord 7: A#maj7 = F13(omit5) chord 6: A11 = E13sus4(omit5) chord 5: Gadd9 = D6sus4 chord 4: F6 = C6 ( 9 ) sus4(omit5) = Dm7 chord 3: E11 = Bm13(omit5) chord 2: D#maj 7 ( # 1 1 ) = A#maj 7 ( 1 3 )(omit5) chord 1: D = A6sus4(omit5) >>> Key range (Click here) MIDI CC# 2 (stroke speed) 0 – 63: fast stroke 64 – 127: slow stroke

Key switch [G#-2]: major 3rd vibrato string 4+3+2 M3root

>>> Key range (Click here) MIDI CC#2 0 – 63: with pinch harmonics 64 – 127: without pinch harmonics,

Key switch [G-2]: natural harmonics N.H -

Natural harmonics on the 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, 12th, 15th, 17th, and 19th fret are available. -2 -1012343rd fret 5th fret 7th fret 9th fret 12th fret 15th fret 17th fret 19th fret (string number) 654321654321654321654321654321654321654321654321harmonics type There are 2 types of natural harmonics. You can select the harmonics type using the pull down menu. The harmonics type can also be selected through Global Controller or MIDI CC# 35. MIDI CC# 35 Harmonics type 0 – 63 harmonics only 64 – 127 harmonics+ key note

Key switch [F#-2]: FX1 – scrape, slides, noises Key switch [F-2]: FX2 – whammy bar Key switch [E-2]: FX3 – whammy bar Key switch [D#-2]: FX4 – whammy bar

You can play various FX sounds; scrape, slides, noises, harmonics, dive bomb, whammy bar FX, etc. * When the FX instrument is active, the Fretboard Monitor does not show current fret position.,

Forced string select key switch

The SPM automatically selects a proper string / fret position depending on the situation, but you can change the string for the next note manually by pressing the forced string key switches. The forced string key switches work only to the next note. (The forced string select key switches are customizable. For detail, please refer to the ‘String select key switches’ section) String select key switch (default) 012345string 1 string 2 string 3 string 4 string 5 string 6 MIDI note names and note numbers key switch MIDI note # string A#5 94 String 1 A5 93 String 2 G#5 92 String 3 G5 91 String 4 F#5 90 String 5 F5 89 String 6, _

Multi: V_METAL_double_track

located in; /Multis/ A double-tracked version of the SPM multi; ‘V_METAL’ ‘Double-Tracking’ is a technique that is frequently used in recording guitar tracks. The Guitarist plays the same part twice (one for Left channel, and one for Right channel). That gives the guitar track a nice, wide-spread stereo images and a thickness. You can reproduce it very easily just by loading the multi. No identical samples are played simultaneously in both channels. You don't need a stereo delay or tweaking your midi data to emulate the double-tracking. Tips: The multi; ‘V_METAL _double_track’ already includes the instruments for left channel (assigned to the output; ‘st.1’) and the ones for right channel (assigned to the output; ‘st.2’ so that each channel can be processed separately using a DAW (such as Cubase, Logic, Sonar, etc.) In other words, each channel needs to have its own amp simulator and should be panned using the DAW’s mixer. * ‘st.1’ and ‘st.2’ are Kontakt’s output channels.

DAW’s mixer

Insert an amp simulator to each DAW's channels from Kontakt. After being processed with an amp simulator, the st.1 needs to be panned to the Left, and the st.2* needs to be panned to the Right. * ‘aux 1’ if you use Kontakt 3 / 4, _

Instrument: V_METAL_lite

located in; /Instruments/ This instrument is a lite version of the SPM multi; ‘V_METAL’. It requires less RAM space than the multi does. It does not include all of the samples of each string but most of the basic articulations are included in a single patch.

Key switches (default)

E0: power chord Realtime Legato Slide D#0: sus4 Realtime Legato Slide D0: add9 Realtime Legato Slide C#0: picking tremolo C0: octave Realtime Legato Slide B-1: trill (whole step) A#-1: trill (half step) A-1: 6th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide G#-1: #5th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide G-1: 5th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide F#-1: flat 5th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide F-1: 4th-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide E-1: major- 3rd-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide D#-1: minor 3rd-dyad chord Realtime Legato Slide D-1: single note no legato C#-1: single note Realtime hammer-on&pull-off C-1: single note Realtime Legato Slide B-2: unison bend A#-2: double bend A-2: other chords (‘Rush chords’) G#-2: major 3rd vibrato G-2: natural harmonics F#-2: FX1 – scrape, slides, noises F-2: FX2 – whammy bar E-2: FX3 – whammy bar D#-2: FX4 – whammy bar For detail about the features of this instrument, please refer to the ‘Multi: V_METAL’ section., Customizing SPM,

SPM’s features Global Controller

Most of the features of SPM can be controlled through Global Controller or MIDI CC (MIDI Control Change). We recommend you to use Global Controller or MIDI CCs to change the common parameters of SPM Multi unless you would like to customize a specific instrument. You can set the common parameters of all the instruments in the multi at once by using Global controller or MIDI CCs. (You can customize each instrument with its interface, but you’ll need to repeat the same process with all the instruments in the multi.) Global Controller can be shown / hidden by clicking the multi script icon. Octave shift (transpose) With this number box, you can transpose up to +/- three octaves instead of using your keyboard controller's transpose feature. It is also useful for a keyboard that does not have the feature. MIDI controllers (To show this page, click the ‘options…’ menu and select the ‘MIDI CC#’) You can configure MIDI CC numbers to control various features. *We recommend you not to change the MIDI CC numbers unless you have any specific reasons. For details about other parameters, please refer to the following sections.,

Fretboard Monitor

The SPM automatically selects a proper string / fret position depending on the situation. You can also change the string manually by key switches and MIDI CC# 53. The Fretboard Monitor visualizes the current stroke direction / fret position / playing technique / you are playing. [Note] You can click the pull-down menu and see the settings (key switch, mute mode, play keys, etc.), but we recommend you to configure the settings using Global Controller or MIDI Control Changes instead of using the interface because the settings of the Fretboard Monitor and that of the Main Instruments need to be the same. You can configure all the Main Instruments and the Fretboard Monitor at once by using Global Controller or the MIDI Control Changes.,

SPM Instruments

There are four types of SPM instruments; Main instrument High Velocity instrument Release instrument Feedback, _ - Main Instrument

Auto sustain

With the Auto Sustain feature, you can avoid unwanted staccato that is caused by note-off when the same note (key) is repeated. After note-on, the note keeps playing until; - the next note-on event - Hold Key or Stop Key is triggered - the sample is streamed to the end of it. The previous note is cancelled automatically when a new note is triggered. That means your both hands are free until a new note is triggered. This feature gives you time to press a key switch or move a controller and you are able to be ready for next note without stopping your performance. That is why SPM enables you to control and switch the various articulations smoothly with a single MIDI channel in real time. If the auto sustain is OFF, the sample stops playing when the note is released. You can also turn ON / OFF the auto sustain through Global Controller or MIDI CC# 54. Tips - playing arpeggio using sustain pedal (temporary poly mode): If you would like to play arpeggio, using sustain pedal (MIDI CC# 64) is a good way to do it. While sustain pedal is ON, the poly mode is temporarily activated and you can play polyphonic and the samples continue playing even if the note is released because the sustain pedal is ON. When the new note is the same as one of the notes that is currently sustained by sustain pedal, the same old note is canceled automatically. (In short, no duplicate notes are played.) When the sustain pedal is released (=OFF), the temporary poly mode is turned OFF automatically.,

Poly mode

Poly mode enables you to play polyphonic. This feature is available only with single note instruments. You can also turn ON / OFF the poly mode through Global Controller or MIDI CC# 56.

Release time

When a new note is triggered, SPM instruments automatically cancel the previous note. You can adjust the release time of the previous note to connect the notes smoothly. The range; 0 - 30 is recommended. It depends on the instrument, tempo, and how the sound is processed (amp simulator, reverb, etc.) The release time can be controlled through Global Controller or MIDI CC# 62. 3 Band EQ You can adjust the levels of high, mid, and low with the knobs. You can also control the tone knob through Global Controller or MIDI CC# 59 (low), CC# 60 (mid), CC# 61 (high).

Gliss down

You can play gliss down using Play Keys. 3 types of gliss down speed (fast, mid, slow) are available. You can also select the gliss down speed through Global Controller or MIDI CC# 4. MIDI CC# 4 gliss down speed 0 – 42 fast 43 – 85 mid 86 – 127 slow,

High Velocity Threshold

With this number box, you can change the velocity threshold level to trigger the High Velocity Instrument in the multi. When the velocity of the note event is higher than the threshold level, the High Velocity Instrument is triggered instead of the Main instrument. The threshold level can also be changed through Global Controller or MIDI CC# 55. Important: The value in the box needs to be the same as that of the High Velocity instrument in the multi. If you don’t use any High Velocity Instruments, the value in the box needs to be 127. Otherwise no samples are triggered when the velocity is higher than the threshold level. Note: If you would like to turn off this feature, input 127 into the number box of the Main instrument.

Auto alternation (Auto Stroke Detection)

Auto alternation modes There are four stroke modes. You can select the stroke mode from the pull-down menu. You can also change the mode using Global Controller or MIDI CC# 58. time recognition SPM automatically detects the current beat position and (MIDI CC# 58: 0 - 31) identify proper stroke direction (down or up). forced Down stroke and up stroke are played alternately regardless (MIDI CC# 58: 32 - 63) of the current beat position. down only Only down stroke is played regardless of the current beat (MIDI CC# 58: 64 - 95) position. up only Only up stroke is played regardless of the current beat (MIDI CC# 58: 96 - 127) position., Resolution The stroke direction is determined according to the current beat position and the resolution. You can select the resolution for Auto Stroke Detection from the pull down menu. You can also change the resolution using Global Controller or MIDI CC# 57. midi CC# 57 resolution 0 - 25 8th 26 - 50 8th Triplet 51 - 75 16th 76 - 100 16th Triplet 101 - 127 32nd Stroke information window ‘down stroke’ is detected, or ‘down only’ mode is active. ‘up stroke’ is detected, or ‘up only’ mode is active. [note] Auto stroke detection mode does not work while the sequencer stops because no beat information is generated unless the sequencer is being played. The stroke info window is not updated when the string (.nki) is not currently active. (For example, when the string 4 is played, the stroke info windows of the string 6, 5, 3, 2, and 1 are not updated.),

Feedback

You can turn on / off the fade-out of the Main instrument and configure the fade-out time and the feedback cancellation time. To configure the fade-out time and the feedback cancellation time, click the ‘options…’ menu and select the ‘feedback’ from the pull-down menu. Each parameter can also be controlled though Global Controller or the following MIDI CC numbers. option function MIDI CC# ON / OFF button activate / deactivate the fade-out 90 You can cancel starting the feedback if you release the note within the cancellation time after the note-on. If you release the note after the cancellation time, the feedback starts to fade in and cancel the Main instrument starts to fade out on releasing feedback cancellation time (ms) the note. In other words, the feedback does not start if the note is released within the feedback cancellation time. The feedback cancellation time needs to be the same as that of the Feedback instrument. The instrument starts to fade out according to the fade-out time the when the note is released and the fade feedback starts to fade in. If the note is released 87 fade-out time (ms) within the feedback cancellation time, the instrument does not fade out. Important: To use this feature, the Feedback instrument; ‘feedback’ needs to be loaded into the multi. Otherwise no sound is played after the Main instrument fades out. Please be sure to assign proper key switch ranges to the feedback instrument. Note: This feature should be used with a heavy distortion. Using with clean amp may result unnatural sound.,

Play Keys (hold keys and stop keys)

(only for Main Instruments) How to check and configure the Play Keys… Click the ‘options…’ menu and select the ‘hold key’ or ‘stop key’ from the pull-down menu. Hold keys When the original note is released while the hold key is held down, the original note is stopped and the selected samples are triggered. In the case of the picture on the left, if you release the original note while F#0 is held down, the original note is stopped and the gliss down is triggered. If you release the original note while F0 is held down, the pick stop noise and the finger release noise are triggered. If you release the original note while G0 is held down, no samples are triggered. Stop keys The original note is stopped and the selected samples are triggered when the stop key is pressed. In the case of the picture on the left, the picking noise is triggered when G#0 is pressed. No samples are triggered when A0 is pressed. The same note is repeated when A#0 is pressed. [Tips] You can also assign the ‘repeat same note’ function to a Hold key. When the original note is released while the hold key that is used as a repeat key is held down, the original note is stopped and the same note samples are played. That allows you to shred notes very fast, and is good for not only making a rhythm backing part but also simulating tremolo playing technique., Configure Play Keys though MIDI CC The buttons for each hold key / stop key can be turned on /off through MIDI CC# 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, and 119. You can select the Play Key that you would like to configure through MIDI CC# 114. Play Key MIDI CC # 114 hold key11hold key22hold key33stop key14stop key25stop key36After selecting the target Play Key via MIDI CC# 114, each button can be turned on / off with the following MIDI CC#s. button MIDI CC# value position change noise* 111 fret noise* 112 bridge mute noise* 113 0 – 63: picking noise 115 OFF pick stop noise 116 64 – 127: finger rel. noise 117 ON repeat same note 118 gliss down 119 * = Release Instrument [Important] You can also configure the Play Keys using the interface of each instrument, but we recommend you to do it with Global Controller or the MIDI CC numbers above because the Play Keys setting of the all of the Main Instruments and the Fretboard Monitor needs to be the same. [Tips: Poly-detect time] When the Poly mode is ON, the Stop Key stops and triggers multiple notes under a certain situation (except, fret noise, bridge mute, position change noise). If the new note is played within the poly-detect time; 20 milliseconds after the first note is played, the first note and the new note become a target of the Stop Key. In other words, the Stop Key triggers the first note and other notes all together if the notes are played within 20 milliseconds. If the new note is played 20 milliseconds after or later, the Stop Key triggers just the new note.,

Mute / Picking noise (velocity switch or CC# 1)

Mute and picking noise are available using velocity switch or modulation wheel (CC#1). How to check and change the mute mode setting... Click the ‘options…’ menu and select the ‘mute mode’ from the pull-down menu. Mute mode: velocity With this mode, mute and picking noise can be played using velocity switch. Mute samples are triggered if the note velocity is lower than the mute velocity threshold level. Picking noise samples are triggered if the note velocity is lower than the mute velocity threshold level and the value of MIDI CC# 1 is larger than the picking noise threshold level. Mute mode: mod wheel (MIDI CC# 1) With this mode, mute and picking noise can be played using modulation wheel (MIDI CC# 1). Mute samples are triggered if the value of MIDI CC# 1 is larger than the MIDI CC# 1 threshold level. Picking noise samples are triggered if the value of MIDI CC# 1 is larger than the picking noise threshold level., Mute mode (mod wheel / velocity switch), and the threshold levels can be changed through Global Controller or the following MIDI CC numbers. mute mode MIDI CC# 48 0 - 63: modulation wheel (MIDI CC# 1) / 64 - 127: velocity MIDI CC# 49 picking noise MIDI CC#1 (mod wheel) threshold level MIDI CC# 50 mute MIDI CC#1 (mod wheel) threshold level MIDI CC# 51 mute velocity threshold level [Important] You can also configure the mute / picking noise setting using the interface of each instrument, but we recommend you to do it with Global controller or the MIDI CC numbers above because the mute / picking noise settings of the all of the Main Instruments and the Fretboard Monitor need to be the same. You can also play picking noise using Hold key or Stop Key.

Pitch bend range

Click the ‘options…’ menu and select the ‘pitch bend range’ from the pull-down menu. A slider to change pitch bend range is shown. (max. 12 semi tones),

Instrument select key switches (Main Instruments)

(only for Main Instruments) How to check and change the instrument select key switches… Click the ‘options…’ menu and select the ‘inst select ksw’ from the pull-down menu. The instrument select key switches are shown. (Example: single_note_str1.nki) [Important] You can also configure the instrument select key switches using the interface of each instrument, but we recommend you to do it with Global Controller or the following MIDI CC numbers because the Instrument select key switches setting of the all of the instruments in the multi and the Fretboard Monitor needs to be the same., How to set Instrument select key switches via MIDI CC# Send the MIDI note number you would like to use for the instrument you would like to change the key switch through MIDI CC# 44. For example; if you would like to set the key switch for ‘3: no legato’ to D-1 (MIDI note number 14), send the value 3 though MIDI CC# 45 and send the value 14 though MIDI CC# 44. You cannot select higher than MIDI note number 28; E0 because the instrument select key switch range is limited to MIDI note number 28; E0. MIDI CC# 44 instrument select key switch (MIDI note number) target instrument select key switch to edit 1: single legato slide 2: hammer-on&pull-off / trill 3: no legato 4: repetition / picking tremolo 5: sampled picking tremolo 6: trill whole 7: trill half 8: minor 3rd-dyad 9: major 3rd-dyad 10: 4th-dyad 11: flat 5th-dyad 12: 5th-dyad 13: sharp 5th-dyad MIDI CC# 45 14: 6th-dyad 15: octave 16: add9 17: sus4 18: power chord 19: other chord 20: maj 3rd vibratro 21: unison bend 22: double Bend 23: natural harm 24: FX1 - scrapes, slides, noises 25: FX2 - whammy bar FX 26: FX3 - whammy bar FX 27: FX4 - whammy bar FX,

String select key switches

(only for the Main Instruments; string_1, string_2, string _3, string_4, string_5, and string_6) String select key switch (default) String 1: E-1 (MIDI note number: 94) String 2 (or string 2 root): D#-1 (MIDI note number: 93) String 3 (or string 3 root): D-1 (MIDI note number: 92) String 4 (or string 4 root): C#-1 (MIDI note number: 91) String 5 (or string 5 root): C-1 (MIDI note number: 90) String 6: (or string 6 root) F5 (MIDI note number: 89) How to check and change the string select key switches… Click the ‘options…’ menu and select the ‘str select ksw’ from the pull-down menu. The string select key switches are shown. (Example: single_note_str1.nki) Send the MIDI note number you would like to use for the lowest key switch (= key switch for string 6) through MIDI CC# 52, and six consecutive MIDI note numbers are assigned to the strings automatically. [Important] You can also set the string key switches using the interface, but we recommend you to do it with Global Controller or the MIDI CC numbers above because the string select key switch setting of the all the Main Instruments and the Fretboard Monitor needs to be the same., _ - High Velocity Instrument (pinch_harmonics, 5th_whammy_bar_p_harm) High velocity threshold Velocity threshold level to trigger the High Velocity Instrument Key switch ranges Up to four key switch ranges can be set. In the case of the picture on the left, this High Velocity instrument (pinch harmonics) is triggered if one of the Main instruments that are assigned to the key switch ranges (from G#-2 to F#-1 and from G#-1 to E0) is active and the velocity of the note is higher than 125. If the Main instrument that is assigned to G-1 is active, this High Velocity instrument is not triggered because the key; G-1 is not in the key switch ranges. By setting the key switch ranges, High Velocity instruments can be used with multiple Main instruments. You can also adjust the velocity threshold level through Global Controller or MIDI CC# 55. The threshold level needs to be the same as that of the Main instruments that are assigned to the key switch ranges., _ - Release Instrument (fret_noise, bridge_mute_noise, position_change_noise) Release instruments can be assigned to the Play Keys (for detail about ‘Play Keys’, please refer to the ‘Play Keys (hold keys and stop keys)’ section). The function of Play key is the same as that of Main instruments. The samples that are included in Release instruments are not included in Main instruments. Assign to a Play Key You can assign the Release Instrument to a Play Key by turning ON the buttons. In the case of the picture above, this Release Instrument is assigned to the Stop Key; A0. Key switch ranges Up to four key switch ranges can be set. In the case of the picture on the left, this Release Instrument is triggered if one of the instruments in the multi is assigned to the key switch range (from D#-2 to E0) is active and the note is released when the Stop Key; A0 is pressed. If the Main instrument (or Add-on Instrument) that is assigned to C-2 is active, this Release Instrument is not triggered because the key; C-2 is not in the key switch ranges. By setting the key switch ranges, Release instruments can be used with multiple Main instruments., _ - Feedback Instrument Feedback control You can turn on / off the fade-in of the Feedback instrument and configure the fade-in time and the feedback cancellation time. Each parameter can also be controlled though Global Controller or the following MIDI CC numbers. option function MIDI CC# ON / OFF button activate / deactivate the fade-in 90 You can cancel starting the feedback if you release the note within the cancellation time after the note-on. If you release the note after the cancellation time, the feedback starts to cancel fade in and the Main instrument starts to fade feedback cancellation time (ms) out on releasing the note. In other words, the feedback does not start if the note is released within the feedback cancellation time. The feedback cancellation time needs to be the same as that of the Main instruments. The feedback starts to fade in according to the fade-in time the when the note is released and fade the feedback starts to fade in. If the note is 88 fade-in time (ms) released within the feedback cancellation time, the feedback does not fade in., Key switch ranges Up to four key switch ranges can be set. In the case of the picture on the left, this Feedback starts to fade in if one of the instruments in the multi is assigned to the key switch range (from D#-2 to E0) is active and the note is released after the cancellation time. If the note is released within the feedback cancellation time, the Feedback does not fade in. Note: Feedback should be used with a heavy distortion. Using with clean amp may result unnatural sound., Mapping & key range, single note012345string 1 string 2 string 3 string 4 string 5 string 6 = lowest position = highest position, minor 3rd- dyad chord012345string 4 root string 5 root = lowest position = highest position major 3rd-dyad chord012345string 4 root string 5 root = lowest position = highest position, 4th-dyad chord012345string 2 root string 3 root string 4 root string 5 root string 6 root = lowest position = highest position, flat 5th-dyad chord012345string 4 root string 5 root string 6 root = lowest position = highest position 5th-dyad chord012345string 4 root string 5 root string 6 root = lowest position = highest position, #5th-dyad chord012345string 4 root string 5 root string 6 root = lowest position = highest position 6th-dyad chord012345string 4 root string 5 root string 6 root = lowest position = highest position, add9012345string 5 root string 6 root = lowest position = highest position power chord012345string 5 root string 6 root = lowest position = highest position, sus4012345string 5 root string 6 root = lowest position = highest position octave012345string 3 root string 4 root string 5 root string 6 root = lowest position = highest position, unison bend012345string 2 + 1 string 3 + 2 = lowest position = highest position double bend012345string 3 + 2 = lowest position = highest position, other chords (‘RUSH chords’) 012345chord 9: D = A6sus4(omit5) chord 8: C6 ( 9 ) = G6sus4 = Am11(9) chord 7: A#maj7 = F13(omit5) chord 6: A11 = E13sus4(omit5) chord 5: Gadd9 = D6sus4 chord 4: F6 = C6 ( 9 ) sus4(omit5) = Dm7 chord 3: E11 = Bm13(omit5) chord 2: D#maj 7 ( # 1 1 ) = A#maj 7 ( 1 3 )(omit5) chord 1: D = A6sus4(omit5) = lowest position = highest position major 3rd vibrato012345string 4+3+2 = lowest position = highest position, narutal harmonics -2 -1012343rd fret 5th fret 7th fret 9th fret 12th fret 15th fret 17th fret 19th fret (string number) 654321654321654321654321654321654321654321654321

FX

012345

FX1 scrape, slides, noises FX2 whammy bar FX FX3 whammy bar FX FX4 whammy bar FX

, V-METAL MIDI Controller Chart,

V-METAL MIDI controllers

MIDI CC# 1 mute / picking noise (active only when mute mode is 'mod wheel') harmonics type (instrument: 'pinch_harmonics') 0 – 63: type 1 64 – 127: type 2 fast / slow stroke (instrument: 'sus4' and 'other_chords') 0 – 63: fast stroke 64 – 127: slow stroke MIDI CC# 2 bend length (instrument: 'double_bend') 0 – 42: short 43 – 85: mid 86 – 127: long with / without harmonics (instrument: 'major_3rd_vibrato') 0 – 63: with pinch harmonics 64 – 127: without pinch harmonics gliss down speed MIDI CC# 4 0 – 42: fast43 – 85: mid 86 – 127: slow MIDI CC# 27 pitch bend range (via Global Controller) * change pitch bend range of all instruments in the multi target string to edit pitch bend range (single note only) * Use with MIDI CC# 29 0 : all strings 1: string 1 MIDI CC# 28 2: string 23: string 3 4: string 4 5: string 5 6: string 6 MIDI CC# 29 pitch bend range select instrument via MIDI CC 1: single legato slide 2: hammer-on&pull-off / trill 3: no legato 4: repetition / picking tremolo 5: sampled picking tremolo 6: trill whole 7: trill half 8: minor 3rd-dyad 9: major 3rd-dyad 10: 4th-dyad 11: flat 5th-dyad 12: 5th-dyad MIDI CC# 31 13: sharp 5th-dyad14: 6th-dyad 15: octave 16: add9 17: sus4 18: power chord 19: other chord 20: maj 3rd vibratro 21: unison bend 22: double Bend 23: natural harm 24: FX1 - scrapes, slides, noises 25: FX2 - whammy bar FX 26: FX3 - whammy bar FX 27: FX4 - whammy bar FX, natural harmonics type MIDI CC# 35 0 - 63: harmonics only 64 - 127: harmonics + key note MIDI CC# 44 instrument select key switch (MIDI note number) * Use with MIDI CC# 45 target instrument select key switch to edit * Use with MIDI CC# 44 1: single legato slide 2: hammer-on&pull-off / trill 3: no legato 4: repetition / picking tremolo 5: sampled picking tremolo 6: trill whole 7: trill half 8: minor 3rd-dyad 9: major 3rd-dyad 10: 4th-dyad 11: flat 5th-dyad 12: 5th-dyad MIDI CC# 45 13: sharp 5th-dyad14: 6th-dyad 15: octave 16: add9 17: sus4 18: power chord 19: other chord 20: maj 3rd vibratro 21: unison bend 22: double Bend 23: natural harm 24: FX1 - scrapes, slides, noises 25: FX2 - whammy bar FX 26: FX3 - whammy bar FX 27: FX4 - whammy bar FX mute mode MIDI CC# 48 0 - 63: modulation wheel (MIDI CC# 1) 64 - 127: velocity MIDI CC# 49 picking noise MIDI CC#1 (mod wheel) threshold level MIDI CC# 50 mute MIDI CC#1 (mod wheel) threshold level MIDI CC# 51 mute velocity threshold level MIDI CC# 52 string select key switch (MIDI note number for the lowest string select key switch) auto sustain ON / OFF MIDI CC# 54 0 - 63: ON 64 - 127: OFF, MIDI CC# 55 high velocity threshold level poly mode ON / OFF MIDI CC# 56 0 - 63: ON 64 - 127: OFF auto alternation (auto stroke detection) resolution 0 - 25: 8th MIDI CC# 57 26 - 50: 8th triplet 51 - 75: 16th 76 - 100: 16th triplet 101 - 127: 32nd auto alternation (auto stroke detection) mode 0 - 31: auto MIDI CC# 58 32 - 63: forced 64 - 95: down only 96 - 127: up only MIDI CC# 59 EQ low MIDI CC# 60 EQ mid MIDI CC# 61 EQ high MIDI CC# 62 release time MIDI CC# 86 feedback pitch (semitone) MIDI CC# 87 feedback fade out time (ms) for Main Instruments MIDI CC# 88 feedback fade in time (ms) for Feedback Instrument MIDI CC# 89 feedback cancellation time (ms) MIDI CC# 90 feedback switch ON / OFF MIDI CC# 111 position change noise * Use with MIDI CC# 114 MIDI CC# 112 fret noise 0 – 63: OFF 64 – 127: ON MIDI CC# 113 bridge mute noise target play key to edit 1: hold key 1 2: hold key 2 MIDI CC# 114 3: hold key 3 4: stop key 1 5: stop key 2 6: stop key 3 MIDI CC# 115 picking noise MIDI CC# 116 pick stop noise * Use with MIDI CC# 114 MIDI CC# 117 finger release noise 0 – 63: OFF 64 – 127: ON MIDI CC# 118 repeat same note MIDI CC# 119 gliss gown,

Credits

Produced and Programmed by AKIHITO OKAWA Demo Music AKIHITO OKAWA Thanks to; Native Instruments GmbH(Germany), Nick Magnus (UK - Thank you for the sample purge tip!), Nick Batzdorf (Virtual Instruments Magazine, USA), Flavio Gargano CM2 (CM2, ITALY), Matt Bell (Sound on Sound Magazine, UK), Matt Houghton (Sound on Sound Magazine, UK), Thomas Raukamp (Beat Magazine, Germany), Keyboard Magazine (USA), Geary Yelton (Electronic Musician, USA), Gino Robair (Electronic Musician, USA), EQ magazine (USA), Computer Music (UK), Gerhardt Kusche (Amazona.de), Thorsten Walter (Amazona.de), Keyboards (Germany), Kevin Becka (Mix magazine, USA), Garth Hjelte (Chicken Systems, Inc.), Pier Calderan (Audio Video & Music, Italy), Patrick Djivas (Audio Video & Music, Italy), Hans-Jörg Scheffler (Germany), Allen Morgan, Mistheria, Guy Allison, Sound Designer (JAPAN), Sound & Recording Magazine (JAPAN), Akihito Kinoshita, Akira Ishiguro, Yasuyuki Honda, Keyboard Magazine (JAPAN), Northern Sound Source, Sonic Control, VI Control, KVR, Harmony Central, Audio Franzine, Synthtopia, Akira Sato, Hozo Okazaki, Takeshi Ito, best service GmbH(Germany), Prima Gakki (Japan), Yuka Okawa, Tsubasa Okawa, Komomo Okawa,

V-METAL User’s Manual

Written by AKIHITO OKAWA Ver.1.0 August, 2011 Copyright © 2004 – 2011 Prominy, Inc / AKI Sound All rights reserved URL: http://prominy.com Email: email is hidden]
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