What are the Guitar Harmonics?
Players can cause a string to vibrate only in sections by touching it lightly at the appropriate point on string instruments. This can produce a pure and clear note of a cool, silvery quality called ‘flageolet notes’ or ‘harmonics’. Guitar Harmonics consists of an assortment of electric and acoustic guitars and basses. We spent a lot of time finding the perfect setup to achieve a warm and realistic sound. We decided to record the guitars tuned in open E with 3 Round Robin variations and several velocity layers – sufficient for our purposes. Besides, each instrument provides many useful scripting tools such as note length control (release and attack), amp simulation, distortion and reverb amount.
Listen to some audio demos
|FRAGILE||Eric van Gent|
|HARMONIC ARP BELLS||Eric van Gent|
|4 TICK||Eric van Gent|
|FIVE YEARS||Eric van Gent|
Get your Free HALion Version of the Guitar Harmonics
We gladly offer a free version of the Guitar Harmonics on the platform of HALion Sonic 3. That is a limited version of our Kontakt version with just one articulation. But even this version is pure fun and shows how the instrument sounds.
To install this version, you need to download and install the HALion Sonic Free Player
In order to install this versison, you need to downlaod and install the HALion Sonic Free Player (Please download at the Steinberg website), then ask for a Serial Number via email. Please unzip and authorize the .vstsound-file by following the Steinberg instructions. For further help, please watch their YT video.
Walkthrough of the Kontakt Version
Walkthrough of the HALION VERSION