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Ukulele Strummer For Kontakt

It has rarely been easier and more convincing to bring the Hawaiian island sound of a ukulele to your keyboard.

Why? These are real Ukulele chords.

These dry Ukulele strumming chords are so easy to play. You need only one finger, a keyboard, and NO guitar!

Lots of RoundRobins, easily controllable articulations, and a clever script so that the

STRUMMING sounds amazingly real.

(No joke: gifted GUITARISTS thought it was a real strumming Ukulele)

Here are the main features:

- Ukulele STRUMMER for Kontakt

- 5.4.3 (48khz/24bit)

- clear and easy to use interface - one octave for major chords / one octave for minor chords

- different properties of articulations controllable via key velocity

- easy control of playing sustain chord notes: black "c" for STOPing sustain with guitar noises

- an inspiring and helpful composition tool

Check out the demos!





Available at www.gumroad.com/pasttofuturereverbs

We are proud to bring you sounds you can’t find anywhere else!

A Past to Future Release
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Old 1 week ago
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Sounds real. Are these loops?
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Sounds good
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Hate ukes - they should burn
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Originally Posted by huzzler ➡️
Sounds real. Are these loops?
No, these are strumming chords and when you combine it witht the recorded round-robins, ghost notes, and a clever script - like we did in this instrument - it sounds real
Cheers
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Originally Posted by PastToFuture ➡️
No, these are strumming chords and when you combine it witht the recorded round-robins, ghost notes, and a clever script - like we did in this instrument - it sounds real
Cheers
So that means that I can play my own rhythm patterns with my keyboard?
How many Round Robbyns does the library have?
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This is very good. Sounds similar to the Wavesfactory - Ukulele Strum, but I do like the addition of the Sus chord options, which the wavesfactoiry version doesn't have.
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Originally Posted by mattrixx ➡️
This is very good. Sounds similar to the Wavesfactory - Ukulele Strum, but I do like the addition of the Sus chord options, which the wavesfactoiry version doesn't have.
Thank you! Do you know how many round robins the wavesfactory ukulele has?
Cheers
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Sorry, I don't know.
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Originally Posted by melodic dreamer ➡️
Sounds good
Thank you!
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Originally Posted by huzzler ➡️
So that means that I can play my own rhythm patterns with my keyboard?
How many Round Robbyns does the library have?
Yes,
10 Round Robbins and 20 alternative samples per note.
Cheers
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