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Prominy Virtual Instrument V-METAL

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Ultra Real-sounding / Dark-Powered Virtual Electric Guitar


Ultra Real-sounding / Dark-Powered Virtual Electric Guitar

The true METAL sound of ESP Alexi Blacky with EMG humbucker pickup includes over 19GB* and approximately 26,000 samples

V-METAL enables you to compose and create very realistic Metal guitar tracks that imitate real guitar playing!



- Incredible real-time playability . V-METAL SPM (Super Performance Multi)
- Fretboard Monitor
- Auto Stroke Detection
- Cricket
- Feedback
- Realtime Legato Slide / Hammer-on / Pull-off / Trill / Tremolo
- Real sampled chords
- Double-tracking
- Assignable Key Switch
- The lower note samples (low C - low D#) are included.
- Direct signal from the guitar*

Data size: 10.4 GB ( = 19 GB* of ,wav files)

* Amp simulator is not included in the product.
* V-METAL uses the Lossless Sample Compression format 'NCW' with real-time encoding. The data size after the installtion is approx. 10.4 GB that equals 19 GB of .wav files.




Kontakt 5 Player included - No sampler required!


Stand-alone, VST, Audio Units, ASIO, Core Audio, AAX Native (Pro Tools 10 or higher) 


System Requirements

Mac OS X 10.9, 10.10 or 10.11.1 (latest update), Intel Core 2 Duo

Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 32/64-bit), Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD AthlonTM 64 X2


12 GB free disc space (library data: 10.4 GB + Kontakt Player: 1 GB), DVD drive

About amp simulators
The samples were recorded directly from the guitar and completely dry so you can make your own guitar sounds your favorite amp simulators. To get a distorted sound, an amp simulator required. (Amp simulator is not included in the product.) 

There are many amp simulators on the market but you can also create your own distorted sounds without them if your DAW has built-in amp simulator effect. (For example, Logic's Amp Designer / GuitarAmp Pro, Cubase's Amp Simulator / VST Amp Rack, etc.) For detail about your DAW's amp simulator, please refer to your DAW manual. There are also some free amp / cabinet simulators on the interenet such as TSE X30 (preamp simulator) LePou lecab (cabinet simulator).