The Odin Deluxe - Guitar Sampler

The Odin Deluxe - Guitar Sampler

Solemn Tones

Regular price $189.99 $159.99 Sale

The ultimate guitar sampling solution just got an upgrade and NO LONGER REQUIRES KONTAKT. Whether you need to replace sub-par guitar tracks, produce a guitar-heavy song without the hassle of actually tracking guitars or just want to create demo's with a professional sound, The Odin Deluxe will allow you to program your own riffs and chord progressions in the blink of an eye. Check out some examples from The Odin Deluxe in a few of our favorite genres (and yes, all of the guitars in these examples are The Odin Deluxe): 

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Features: 
- 16 Articulation Banks
- 8 Layers of Humanization
- Over 3900 samples
- New Swift Mode for faster programming
- New Raw Mode for added human-like playing 
- Can be used all the way down to drop F !!
- The Odin Deluxe creates a clean guitar DI signal which you can re-amp/process with whatever amplifier solution you're used to

 

Compatibility: 
- Requires a digital audio workstation (DAW) that supports VST2, VST3 or AU plugins. (Works on both Mac and Windows, 32 and 64 bit**) 
- Requires 5 GB of available disk space 
- Requires 4GB of installed RAM. (Ideally 8 if you are using various other plugins) 

Tutorial: 


We regretfully state that, due to the irrevocable nature of digital goods, we are unable to issue a refund on any purchase of this product.

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This product and its contents can be used in commercial film and music productions, but can not be sold or redistributed in any shape or form by anyone but the Solemn Tones company.

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** The primary difference between 32bit and 64bit is that 32bit can't allocate certain amounts of RAM in single plugin instances. For this reason, the 32bit version of The Odin can only load 1 single guitar at a time. So you would have to load Odin guitar 1 and guitar 2 on separate tracks. The large majority of people currently use 64 bit DAWS, however.