Opacity is a boutique collection of Cinematic Guitar and professional six string performances in a robust new instrument that allows you to mix, match, and adjust a vast selection of
chords, phrases, sequences, and swells in order to create customized, impactful arrangements quickly and easily.
The library provides deeply manipulable guitar sounds that are endlessly diverse and expressive and will work across Film, TV, Sound Design, Documentaries, Games, Film Trailers, Commercials
and Contemporary Cinematic and Ambient music. From nice & rich atmospheres, to percussive rhythms, beautiful harmonics, lead licks, phrases, sequence loops, ensembles, and shimmering stretched out atmospheres.
Opacity includes 14 complete sessions, plus three variations which each contain four groups of sounds: Chords, phrases, sequences, and Melodic Textures.
Each group has 12 unique recordings totaling more than 800 different sounds that you can rearrange into an endless number of configurations.
Aimed towards composition and in-studio performance, Opacity provides maximum flexibility as a professional composition module to create coherent musical ideas as easy as possible.
Each of the Sessions in Opacity contains unique and distinct guitar groups of loop/performances with multiple song sections, variations and gives you the freedom to use any of the different layers
of the instrument or increase the depth, complexity and beauty by adding additional complimentary guitar parts. Every element inside a Session is provided in a way that enables unlimited mix & match combinations
to craft each Session in a different way. The Engine provides the ability for each sound/performance to be played as is, on loop mode and/or quantization mode for flexible performance.
The options don’t stop there, though. For each Group that is included inside a Session, you also have a variety of automation options, transpose settings and a suite of effects including delay,
distortion, convolution reverb, filters, Stutter effects and a dedicated Cabin Simulator. There is also a section of Master Compressor displayed at the master settings of the interface.