Learn how the different components of this plug-in are organized and how the three playing styles respond to incoming MIDI notes.
See how this mode enables you to play in chords manually without Strum GS attempting to voice the notes you play on the keyboard.
Discover how Guitar Mode works using the automatic chords function with Auto Strum enabled.
Hear how these notes are used to trigger various picking strokes and articulations guitarists play with their picking hand.
Explore the way the moveable, open, drop, and power chord voicing settings react to incoming MIDI chords that incorporate inversions.
Learn how to use preset the MIDI loops that ship with SStrum GS‑2 to trigger strumming key patterns in a variety of styles.
Learn how to create, export, and manage MIDI files so that they are mapped across the Loop Keys.
Explore the controls used to model the vertical and horizontal vibrational motion of the individual guitar strings.
See how the stiffness, dampening, positioning, and timing of the pick striking the string are controlled.
Hear how these Edit Page modules control the modelling of these specific articulations.
Explore the modeling of acoustic guitar body and air cavity qualities, and electric guitar pickup settings.
Discover the internal effects, amplifier, and signal flow controls available within Strum GS‑2.
Learn how MIDI controllers are assigned and managed, and how to work with the stand alone version of Strum GS‑2.
Learn how to save and manage custom banks and programs.
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