Applied Acoustics Systems Power Chords
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Serial Number (no Dongle required)
Windows Requirements
  • Windows 7 32/64-bit or later
  • Intel Core processor or later
  • 512MB of RAM (minimum for AAS Player)
  • 70MB of free hard drive space (minimum for AAS Player)
  • 1024 x 768 screen resolution
  • Audio interface
  • Mac OS X compatible MIDI interface/keyboard
Mac Requirements
  • Mac OS X 10.7 or later
  • Intel Core processor or later
  • 512MB of RAM (minimum for AAS Player)
  • 70MB of free hard drive space (minimum for AAS Player)
  • 1024 x 768 screen resolution
  • Audio interface
  • Mac OS X compatible MIDI interface/keyboard
Power Chords for Strum GS-2
Resident sound designer Christian Laffitte infuses high energy into Strum GS-2 with his new sound pack, Power Chords. Featuring 13 styles, 92 guitar presets, and 93 strumming patterns playable with your own chord progressions. From Classic Rock to Metal to Industrial, Power Chords fits a variety of production flavors supercharged with attitude. Ranging from sparkly clean sounds all the way up to high-gain territory, Power Chords gives you plenty of chugging action to rock out on your next endeavor.

Bio

Christian Laffitte is a French musician and sound designer based in the south of France. He has been developing sounds for Dream, Arturia, Zoom, Applied Acoustics Systems, M-Audio, Avid to name a few. He also composed music for Sony video games trailers and music for french TV channels and radio stations. As a keyboard player with a great interest in synthesis and new technologies, Christian Laffitte has put all his passion of music and sounds in creating Wejaam: a free music sequencer for smartphones and tablets.

Christian Laffitte - http://wejaam.com/

Product Features

  • Power Chords sample library for AAS Strum GS-2 and Player
  • 13 styles
  • 92 guitar presets
  • 93 strumming patterns playable with your own chord progressions

Compatibility

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