by Krakli
3.0 / 5     (20 votes)
StringZ is a much improved version of StringZ.

Now much more capable of providing pad ensemble sounds as well as the PM sounds that StringZ was famous for. This version boasts the keyscale controls first introduced in Rticul8r. Here they can be used to good effect to fine tune the filter or harmonics across the keyboard. This version also has a reverb unit built in that can become part of the voice architecture. Complete with a full bank of 128 presets which have been kindly contributed by Tim Conrardy and Himalaya showing the full range of this distinctive keyboard.
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mnrv-ovrf-year-c Aug 25 2022
Aug 25 2022
Cannot use this instrument on Windows10 although I kept my computer off Internet for 3-1/2 years (ie. Houston Astros World Series Championship install). This day, or earlier this year or last year wasn't going to change that. Eventually it freaks with the sound. Didn't dare use it on GNU/Linux with Wine. Instead I could use Ugo's String Theory after putting it off for too long. That other is friendly to automation and could be used for percussive hits, and is more expressive than this instrument.
Sly Aug 10 2021
(4 / 5)
Aug 10 2021
Very Well
darko x Jan 06 2019
(5 / 5)
Jan 06 2019
Still cool in 2018
bolgwrad Apr 22 2018
(5 / 5)
Apr 22 2018
Wide range of stringy pads, that don't sound out-of-date. Under 3% CPU in Reaper 32-bit
Samhooey Dec 18 2015
(4 / 5)
Dec 18 2015
Got some good resonant string sounds.
SUSPICION CO Apr 29 2014
(5 / 5)
Apr 29 2014
This is one of those things i dl'd a long time ago, and i had to come back for it. This thing packs a lot of variety.
Jr Apr 07 2014
(5 / 5)
Apr 07 2014
Piano One + preset 83 (pad) = nice sound!
STVRSZ Jan 07 2013
(4 / 5)
Jan 07 2013
Sounds like "String Theory". Pluck It!