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And here's my favorite all-purpose acoustic guitar, Renegade Acoustic.

I'm also a fan of Renegade Electric, but I've not yet made an articulation map for it. I suspect it may be the same as the acoustic version.

 

Renegade Accoustic.artmap

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Glad to hear it, Billy. Best thing about articulation maps is they encourage you to use more - and more varied - articulations, which in turn makes for more sonically interesting music. If only they existed in real life, e.g. the ability to drag in a bar that says "exercise".

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Thank you Mr. flipper ! I grabbed your Renegade Acoustic download. Haven't played much with the articulation maps, maybe this will help me see how it's done and what I've been missing, though, I've always had an allergic reaction to programming.

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Renegade Acoustic is one of my favorite acoustic guitars. The electric version is pretty good, too.

If you get the bug and really want to dive into the rich articulation possibilities of sampled guitars, Orange Tree Samples goes pretty deep with them. Half and full palm mutes, squeals, hammer-ons, quarter/eighth/sixteenth/whole note slides, divebombs, power chords, tapping. Of course, it's the difference between a $59 product and a $179 product. Shreddage2  is another one that goes deep if you like heavier genres, with lots of articulations that can be tweaked.

Then, once you're totally hooked on articulations and looking for more challenges, that's when you dive into that bottomless black hole that is orchestral libraries.

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Looking buy the Steel and Fiddle but a total novice. Curious how you use the articulation maps and what you do with the file? Thanks

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On 10/11/2021 at 4:09 PM, John M said:

Looking buy the Steel and Fiddle but a total novice. Curious how you use the articulation maps and what you do with the file? Thanks

Here's a good introduction:

 

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