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SAMPLE LOGIC Cinematic Guitars Infinity

Guitars are perfect for scoring, but can Sample Logic really deliver 2,400 trillion sounds? Hollin Jones finds out…

Guitars are one of the most sonically diverse instruments around, thanks to the vast number of ways they can be played, recorded and processed. When it comes to sound design, many of the most interesting uses for guitars don’t involve conventional playing techniques at all, which is where Cinematic Guitars comes in. This latest release from acclaimed virtual instrument developer Sample Logic actually combines four collections into one location to create a 25GB sample and synthesis-based monster that’s targeted at sound designers and composers. It runs in Kontakt Player free or full versions, and as such can be a standalone or a plugin-based instrument.

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It’s celebration time here at MusicTech as we reveal our 150th issue! quite a milestone we’re sure you’ll agree. What an issue we’ve got to celebrate. First we’ve compiled the 150 best gear, studios, quotes and tips from the last 150 issues of MusicTech and we sit down for chats with studio legends Tony Visconti and Bob Clearmountain. We’ve also got a whole host of tutorials, reviews and a brand new feature looking at the six ways to save time when recording.