This is what you get
We set a high focus on capturing the notes in a very realistic and organic way. All main articulations were recorded with cool condenser in four times round robins and 3 velocity layer.
The given glissando mode is unique and fits perfectly to the sound of an Autoharp.
By activating you can easily play true tremolo triggered by the release
A very realistic strumming companion, which provides strumming notes and dead notes. An unique feature is the Strumming Speed Slider, which simulates the speed of the hand.
To give you a huge spectrum of sound possibilities we recorded lots of different and unique articulations. Each of them is useful for a different kind of musical style:
nine reverb typles
beside several different sizes you get special types such as infinite and deep valley
Listen to some audio demos
|Follow Your Mind||Adi Goldstein|
|Cacce||Eric van Gent|
|Spiked Glass||Joel Frias|
What is an Autoharp?
The Autoharp was invented at the end of the 19th century by a German immigrant in Philadelphia.
Generally it is a stringed instrument, but despite its name, the autoharp is not a harp. In fact, it´s a chorded zither
with 36 steel strings stretched over a soundbox. It has a series of chord bars, when depressed, mute all the strings other
than those that form the desired chord. by doing so, you can easily play chords.
The Version 3
Our latest version, Autoharp version 3, is more than just an update of the old version. Rather,
we've re-recorded almost everything, replaced old sounds, and implemented a whole host of new features in Autoharp 3. So now
you can sound even more realistic and you can achieve more complex results.