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Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 Review: Acoustic and Electric Guitars in One Plug-in



Strum GS-2 v2.3.1: Your new session guitarist




If you are looking for a plug-in that can produce realistic guitar tracks for your productions, you might want to check out Strum GS-2 v2.3.1, the latest version of the acclaimed acoustic and electric guitar plug-in by Applied Acoustics Systems (AAS). Strum GS-2 is a powerful tool that lets you play guitar on a keyboard with ease, thanks to its automatic chord recognition, sophisticated chord voicing, integrated strumming and picking action, MIDI riff library, amp and effects, and more.




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In this article, we will review the features of Strum GS-2 v2.3.1, show you how to use it in different modes, tell you about its compatibility and system requirements, and give you some information about its pricing and availability.


Features of Strum GS-2 v2.3.1




Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 is packed with features that make it a versatile and expressive plug-in for guitar tracks.


Acoustic and electric guitars




One of the main attractions of Strum GS-2 is its huge collection of acoustic and electric guitars that cover various styles and genres. You can choose from more than 200 different presets that include nylon and steel strings, single coil and humbucker pickups, clean, crunchy, distorted sounds, and more.


But that's not all. You can also expand your sonic palette with 13 expansion sound packs that offer more than 1300 additional presets and 1800 strumming loop patterns.


Chord recognition and voicing




Another feature that makes Strum GS-2 stand out is its ability to recognize the chords you play on your keyboard and automatically map them onto the fretboard with realistic voicings.


You don't need to know how to play guitar or memorize complex fingerings to use Strum GS-2. Just play the chords you know on your keyboard and let Strum do the rest.


You can also choose from different chord types (basic, extended, power chord, drop voicing) and positions (open, movable) to suit your musical needs.


Strumming and picking action




Strumming is one of the most expressive aspects of playing guitar, but it's not easy to reproduce on a keyboard.


That's why Strum GS-2 has a built-in strumming engine that lets you trigger down and upstrokes, scratches and mutes, or create picking patterns using special keys on your keyboard.


You can also use the vast collection of recorded strumming patterns over the chords you play to find inspiration for your track.


If you want more control over your strumming style, you can drag and drop the MIDI loops to your host sequencer and edit them as you wish.


Amp and effects




To complete the realistic sound of your guitar tracks, Strum GS-2 offers a 2-channel amplifier with spring reverb, speaker cabinet simulation, and effects such as chorus, delay, phaser, flanger, distortion, notch filter, wah-wah, auto-wah and reverb.


You can tweak the amp settings to get the tone you want or use one of the presets that match the guitar sounds.


You can also apply effects to each channel separately or globally to enhance your sound.


How to use Strum GS-2 v2.3.1




Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 is easy to use thanks to its streamlined interface that divides it into three panels:


  • Play: This panel gives you access to the performance parameters such as chord type, position and inversion, strumming and picking keys, velocity and expression controls, amp and effects switches, and more.



  • Edit: This panel lets you tweak and create your own sound by adjusting the string module, body response and multi-effect processor parameters.



  • FX: This panel provides you with an equalizer, compressor and reverb processors for a final polish.



You can also switch between different modes depending on how you want to play:


Keyboard mode




This mode allows you to play lead lines and your own voicings on a keyboard as if it was a guitar fretboard. You can use the lower keys to trigger chords and the higher keys to play melodies. You can also bend notes, slide or hammer-on/pull-off using pitch bend, modulation or aftertouch controls.


Loop mode




This mode gives you direct access to elaborate rhythm figures that you can pick from a large collection of MIDI loops covering many musical styles. You can use the lower keys to select loops and the higher keys to transpose them. You can also sync them to your host tempo and adjust their groove using swing and humanize controls.


Edit mode




This mode allows you to customize your sound by modifying the string module, body response and multi-effect processor parameters. You can change the number, type and tuning of strings, the coupling at the bridge, the body size and material, the pickup position and blend, the EQ settings, the distortion amount and tone, the modulation rate and depth, the delay time and feedback, the reverb size and mix, and more.


Preset browser




You can also browse through hundreds of presets using the preset browser that lets you sort them by category, sound pack, bank or program. You can also search by keywords, save your own presets, or share them with other users.


MIDI learn




If you want to control Strum GS-2 with an external MIDI controller, you can use the MIDI learn function that lets you assign any parameter to any MIDI CC number. You can also save your MIDI mappings for future use.


Bank manager




The bank manager allows you to organize, backup and share your sounds easily. You can create folders, rename banks or programs, drag-and-drop presets between banks, export banks as files, or import banks from other users.


<h4 Continuing the article: Compatibility and system requirements of Strum GS-2 v2.3.1




Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 runs in native 64-bit on Mac OS X and Windows, making it compatible with the latest sequencers.


It supports AU, VST, and AAX plug-in formats for Mac OS X and VST and AAX plug-in formats for Windows.


The minimum system requirements for Mac OS X are:


  • Mac OS X 10.7 or later



  • Intel Core processor or later



  • 512 MB of RAM



  • 70 MB of free hard drive space



  • 1024 x 768 screen resolution



  • Built-in audio interface



The minimum system requirements for Windows are:


  • Windows 7 or later



  • 32-bit/64-bit Intel Core or equivalent processor



  • 512 MB of RAM



  • 70 MB of free hard drive space



  • 1024 x 768 screen resolution



  • ASIO compatible audio interface



Pricing and availability of Strum GS-2 v2.3.1




The price of Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 depends on whether you want to buy it with or without the sound packs.


If you want to buy Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 with only the factory library, which includes 300+ acoustic and electric guitar presets and 700+ strumming loop patterns, you can get it for $199.


If you want to buy Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 with the factory library and 13 expansion sound packs, which include 1300+ additional presets and 1800+ strumming loop patterns, you can get it for $339.


If you already own any previous version of Strum, Strum Session, or a few sound packs, you can upgrade or complete your sound pack collection at any time with special offers from AAS.


You can also try Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 for free for 15 days before you buy it. The trial version is fully functional and has no limitations.


Conclusion




In this article, we have reviewed Strum GS-2 v2.3.1, a plug-in for the production of guitar tracks by AAS.


We have seen that Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 offers a huge collection of acoustic and electric guitars, automatic chord recognition and voicing, integrated strumming and picking action, MIDI riff library, amp and effects, and more.


We have also shown you how to use Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 in different modes (keyboard, guitar, loop), how to edit your sound with the string module, body response, and multi-effect processor, and how to browse through hundreds of presets using the preset browser.


We have also told you about the compatibility and system requirements of Strum GS-2 v2.3.1, as well as its pricing and availability.


If you are looking for a plug-in that can produce realistic guitar tracks for your productions, you might want to give Strum GS-2 v2.3.1 a try.


You can download the free trial version from the AAS website or buy it now with or without the sound packs.


Frequently Asked Questions




  • What is Strum GS-2?



Strum GS-2 is a plug-in for the production of guitar tracks by AAS.


  • What are the main features of Strum GS-2?



Strum GS-2 offers a huge collection of acoustic and electric guitars, automatic chord recognition and voicing, integrated strumming and picking action, MIDI riff library, amp and effects, and more.


  • How can I use Strum GS-2?



You can use Strum GS-2 in different modes (keyboard, guitar, loop), edit your sound with the string module, body response and multi-effect processor, and browse through hundreds of presets using the preset browser.


  • What are the compatibility and system requirements of Strum GS-2?



Strum GS-2 runs in native 64-bit on Mac OS X and Windows, and supports AU, VST, and AAX plug-in formats. The minimum system requirements are Mac OS X 10.7 or later, Intel Core processor or later, 512 MB of RAM, 70 MB of free hard drive space, 1024 x 768 screen resolution, built-in audio interface for Mac OS X and ASIO compatible audio interface for Windows.


  • How much does Strum GS-2 cost?



The price of Strum GS-2 depends on whether you want to buy it with or without the sound packs. You can get it for $199 with only the factory library, or for $339 with the factory library and 13 expansion sound packs. You can also upgrade or complete your sound pack collection at any time with special offers from AAS. You can also try Strum GS-2 for free for 15 days before you buy it.



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