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In this tutorial Echo Sound Works shows you how to use Sylenth to create an electric guitar...

Sylenth Tutorials

Electric Guitar Emulation In Sylenth

In this tutorial Echo Sound Works shows you how to use Sylenth to create an electric guitar sounding pluck.

A lot of genres like EDM, Pop and Hip Hop will often use synths to create an electric guitar sound. Sylenth is capable of creating a pretty convincing palm mute electric guitar pluck. It doesn’t sound 100% like the real thing, but that’s also kind of the point. It has it’s own sound that works really with EDM.

Equally as important as the sound itself is how you play your MIDI. I always have to go in and edit my MIDI regions to get them to sound more like an electric guitar. Check out the video to see how this is done!

Cheers

Echo Sound Works

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