Applied Acoustics Systems Announces the Upcoming Release of Strum Acoustic GS-2

Available by the End of the First Quarter of 2015
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Applied Acoustics Systems announces the upcoming release of

Strum Acoustic GS-2

Applied Acoustics Systems is excited to announce the upcoming release of Strum Acoustic GS-2, an all-new version of its award-wining Strum Acoustic GS-1 guitar track production plug-in.

Strum Acoustic GS-2 will ship with a new streamlined interface, a new equalizer and compressor module, a new multieffect processor as well as native 64-bit operation on Mac OS X and Windows, and much more. The factory library has been completely redesigned and includes an impressive collection of steel and nylon guitars.

Strum is based on an elaborate voicing module which automatically voices chords played on the keyboard as a guitar player would on the fretboard. Strumming and picking actions are reproduced by an auto-strum function, special strumming keys, or MIDI loops.

“We have completely reviewed the modeling behind Strum – from the string to the body – and reconsidered how the different elements interact with each other; we now have a whole new level of realism and dynamics,” said Marc-Pierre Verge, CEO of AAS, “With its extensive collection of guitars and the ability to tweak them as required, Strum Acoustic is more than ever a perfect solution for creating great sounding acoustic guitar tracks.”

Pricing and Availability
Strum Acoustic GS-2 will be available by the end of the first quarter of 2015 at a suggested retail price of US$199.
Upgrades will be available for Strum Acoustics GS-1 users. Strum Acoustic GS-2 runs on both Mac OS X and Windows in
32- and 64-bit host sequencers supporting the VST, Audio Units, RTAS, and AAX Native plug-in formats.

AAS products are distributed in the US by ILIO. 

About Applied Acoustics Systems
Based in Montreal, Applied Acoustics Systems specializes in software based synthesis tools for professional musicians and sound designers. Since releasing the first virtual instrument based on physical modeling, the Tassman, AAS has come to be recognized as the industry leader in this exciting new field of synthesis.