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Hello support team. I have a problem with Studio Instruments plug-ins. I have installed and used many types of VSTs without problems, but I cannot use the SI plug in. I installed Studio Instruments with BandLab and they are all on the VST list (SI1.jpg). I can open each instrument regularly leaving all Soft Synth Options by default (SI2.jpg), but I am unable to find any programs (xx.prog) for any of the 4 SI VSTs (SI3.jpg). When I play the midi keyboard I can see the input is received (for example I see the string of SI-Bass Guitar moving, but no sound at all. What did I do wrong or forgot to do? Tks for your advices. Bruno
The current suite of Studio Instruments is composed of drums, electric bass, electric piano and string section. I would like to see both electric and acoustic guitars added to the suite. I have multiple reasons for requesting the addition of guitars. The electric guitar is a popular instrument in many genres of western music including jazz, pop, rock and country. Acoustic guitar is popular in classical, folk, americana and country. While several free acoustic guitar VSTs exist including Spicy Guitar http://www.spicyguitar.com/ and DSK's Dynamic Guitars https://www.dskmusic.com/dsk-dynamic-guitars/ and Amplesound Martin Lite https://amplesound.net/en/download.asp some are only available as a 32 bit VSTi. I have not been able to find any free electric guitar VSTi. I use the TTS-1 and Studio Instruments a lot as I try to learn more about how to use MIDI. It would be very nice to have both nylon and steel string acoustics as well as several types of electric guitars to choose from. A strum pattern library and strum tempo automatically synced to the project tempo would be awesome.