Instrument: Wavelore - American Zither 2

Wavelore American Zither

Wavelore Instruments launches American Zither 2.0. It’s a great GVI virtual instrument.
Some Features:

24-bit audio resolution
Approximately one-and-a-half gigabytes of samples, after compression of the original two gigabytes of audio data.
Runs on Windows XP as VSTi plugin or Standalone mode using your ASIO drivers
Recorded completely dry
No loops; Samples decay fully and naturally. No truncation or extraneous noise.
Approximately three-and-a-half octaves of playing range (A2-F6, or E2-C6), six velocity layers, and twelve round-robin/randomized samples per layer. Full implementation of GVI's iMIDI rules
Gigapulse resonance modelling with a variety of automation options in addition to the dry presets.
Keyswitchable stacks using all articulations with all combinations of Gigapulse options.
Expressive realtime performance capability.
Integrated help files for the presets, engine, and Gigapulse models.


1) Fixed a problem with CC triggered tremolos not activating when the note is struck while the controller's value is zero. Now tremolos can be activated anytime.
2) Implemented portamento, detailed tremolo, panning controls, convolution options, expression, octave coupling and keyswitching of features.
3) Now compatible with Kontakt 3.5 public beta.

Price: $59.99 USD

“a unique and exotic sounding virtual instrument with 3.5 octaves of pristine, close mic’d zither samples” Wavelore

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