The charango is a small South American stringed instrument of the lute family, about 66 cm long, traditionally made with the shell of the back of an armadillo. It typically has 10 strings in five courses of 2 strings each, although other variations exist. In many aspects and especially sound, this instrument sounds almost identical to a madolin. Ive sample all single hits for the build, and also fast to slow strums and picking strums. As incorporated with the chords and strums, “Each Octave = Major,Min or & 7th” Also included are the ‘articulations’ of chopped muted string hits, and muted strums. Using the roundRobin script and velocity Layering for chords and strums,This will enable you to do ‘speed picking’ with the flick of a mouse!
This build has exceeded what I thought it would be!! And OH BOY… It came out SWEET!!
Includes: ( 115 meg / 163-Filez / 2-Folderz ) – 44 x 24bit mono wave samples – GUI with Release/Decay & Reverb controlz – total of 8 presets – Single hits / Fast chords & slow strums, Slides. – Really sweet Pic for your desktop included!!
This one is VERY USABLE, your just gonna love it!!