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Shreddage 2: Absolute Electric Guitar
The ultimate rock/metal electric guitar instrument is here! Shreddage II covers the entire range of lead AND rhythm playing - every fret, every string, and tons of articulations. A powerful interface allows for easy playing and deep customization. With the included Kontakt Player and ReValver HPse, you'll have everything you need to SHRED. Now includes Shreddage 2X update!

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Shreddage 2 - Key Features
  • Deep-sampled 7-string electric guitar
  • Ultra-low tuning down to Drop G
  • Up to 8x RR variations per note, up + down strokes
  • Double and quad-tracking capabilities
  • Sustains, palm mutes, powerchords articulations
  • Pinch squeals, tremolo, staccato notes
  • True legato hammer-ons and portamento
  • Powerful user interface with 40+ options
  • Tonal and atonal release and pick noises
  • KONTAKT PLAYER compatible

  • All credit cards and PayPal accepted

    Products are delivered digitally, shipping optional.

    Other Shreddage Instruments
  • Shreddage Classic
  • Gibson SG Standard - A metal classic
  • Biting, aggressive rhythm sound
  • Shreddage Drums
  • Complete drum production for rock & metal
  • Dozens of kits, 700+ MIDI grooves and fills
  • Shreddage Bass 2
  • Deep sampled fingered 6-string
  • Fat & warm tube DI sound

  • Shreddage 2 Concept

    Shreddage II: Absolute Electric Guitar is our answer to the challenge of total guitar sampling. It is a complete instrument with elegant scripting, intuitive mapping, and incredible depth. This virtual guitar for Kontakt is the ultimate weapon for rock & metal music, built from the ground up for realistic playing in any hi-gain style. All samples were recorded on a 7-string guitar and are provided clean/DI so you can use your own custom amp tone - or use the included Peavey ReValver HPse.

    Want to write blazing leads and screaming solos? Crank the pitch bend up, use one of four vibrato modes, and shred to your heart's content. Need some ultra-chunky rhythm chugs? S2 features both single-note and powerchord palm mutes with up to 5 layers and 8 variations each, offering superior realism and maximum options. While it excels at rock & metal playing (both lead and rhythm alike), it is also well-suited for many other genres thanks to its clean tone and huge range.

    With the new Shreddage 2X update released in July 2014, S2 is better than ever. Enjoy a brand-new user interface and totally rewritten engine, with intelligent string / fret selection, new features and options, even more customizable mapping, and new samples like powerchord slides and staccatos. You can also use new built-in effects pedals and save/load your own custom presets to use across multiple projects.

    We couldn't be prouder of this release, and hope that it will bring you inspiration, joy, productivity, and of course, brutal guitar sounds!

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    Shreddage 2 Audio Demos

    The demos below showcase Shreddage II in a variety of contexts. "Dressed" demos incorporate other instrumentation, while "Naked" or unlabeled demos feature nothing but Shreddage II. Enjoy!

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    Shreddage 2 Interface and Engine

    Shreddage II features a powerful script engine and interface which exposes both basic and advanced features in an intuitive four page set-up.

    Shreddage II Interface
    The Perform page allows for editing articulations, adding effects like pedals, and adjusting parameters like monophonic mode, round robin, and the special tapping mode. The Fretboard page displays parameters for the virtual guitarist, such as hand size and fret preference; these parameters are translated into real behavior for the string selection algorithm, mapping MIDI notes to frets and strings intelligently.

    The Articulations page exposes all of the Shreddage II articulations to the user in a fully-customizable mapping scheme. The user can activate articulations via keyswitches or velocity ranges. The Engine page reveals the back end of Shreddage II for users seeking to tweak Shreddage II into the ultimate performance tool, with controls for velocity response, transposition, pitch bend range, resonance controls, pedal behavior, and control over noises like release and pick.

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    Shreddage 2 Videos

    S2X Introduction & Overview

    "Shred the Night" Tutorial & Demo Walkthrough

    Introduction & Overview (Legacy)

    Performance & Sequencing Tips (Legacy)

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    Shreddage 2 System Requirements

    Below are required & recommended system specs for Shreddage II.

    • 5GB disk space
    • KONTAKT or KONTAKT PLAYER version 5.3 or higher
    • ReValver HPse requires VST or AU-compatible host & 32-bit capability
    • 4GB of RAM required
    • 7200 RPM hard drive or solid state drive recommended

    Download the product manual

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    Shreddage 2 Reviews and Testimonials

    Emulating guitar sounds is problematic – or it was until Impact Soundworks launched Shreddage. Version 2 for Kompact 5 is rammed full of chords and articulations to get the most authentic sound possible… The quality of the samples here is really good. Although aimed at Rock and Metal, it lends itself to any genre. For those more accustomed to keys than strings, it is ideal with its impressive soundset and amount of control. (4/5 stars)CM Reviews, Computer Music

    The library has a huge amount of great samples covering every nook and cranny of the electric guitar, and it really is of the highest quality. Once I started to use it, I could tell that they must have put in a gigantic effort into the scripting, sampling, and design… What more can I say? I’d sum it up by saying it’s easy to use, has extensive options for articulations, sounds even better with its effects, and yet it can have a pristine, clean sound as well. I highly recommend it.

    When they say “Absolute Electric Guitar” on their website, those words are a lot to live up to. They have achieved this with a brilliant product, great support, and an awesome sound.Rob Mitchell, SoundBytes Magazine

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