tc electronic G-Card - Artist Preset Card for G-Force by tc electronic

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tc electronic G-Card - Artist Preset Card for G-Force

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The G-Card is an optional set of patches comprising 245 presets arranged into three banks. Because the card is read only, however, any edits based on these patches must be stored in regular user memory. All the patches on this card were created by professional guitarists and as such reflect the styles of the contributing artists. The musicians are listed as: Andrew Schlesinger, Michael James and Keith Wechler, Craig Anderton, Blues Sarenceno, Brian Swerdfeger, Bernie Chiaravalle, Mathew Nelson, Gunner Nelson, Guy Defazio and Tomo from Rudy's Music Centre NYC. The presets provided vary from simple emulations of tape echo machines to heavily treated textural sounds, and though you're unlikely to use all of them they do provide useful starting points for further experimentation. Some of the very reverberant patches that include a higher octave of pitch shift would be useful for film score or ambient projects, and there are lots of nice chorus and modulation patches for more general use.
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