GSi Solo Trumpet is a physical modeling emulation of a trumpet.
This is a chapter GSi started a long time ago with one of the first plugins released to the public,
then it evolved in a renovated emulation featured in the GSi Gemini, and now is here again with a new plugin.
Unlike other similar approaches to a digital recreation of a wind instrument,
GSi Solo Trumpet is not meant to be necessarily controlled with a breath control or any other kind of expression controller.
It can still be controlled from Midi CC messages and Channel Aftertouch,
but its main purpose is to be played on a keyboard in a very natural way without being distracted by extra controllers.
Solo Trumpet continuously analyzes the playing style, the use of velocity, staccato and legato,
note distance and other elements in order to articulate the sound in a way that it sounds and plays natural and realistic.
Features such as auto-bending, auto-vibrato and automatic expression are the key to a satisfying result and make Solo Trumpet a fun instrument to play.
Includes emulation of a Trumpet (without a Mute, with Harmon Mute and Cup Mute), a Trombone and a Tuba
Two variations of each instrument: Warm or Shrill
Automatic Vibrato with adjustable average rate
Automatic Bending with adjustable average speed
Automatic Expression depending on note velocity
Expression can be controlled by aftertouch or Midi CC
Automatic glide depending on velocity and note distance
Alternate key feature
Option to bend notes using a sustain pedal
Adjustable manual pitch bending
Adjustable average note length
Built-in Stereo Delay effect
Built-in Stereo Reverb effect
Adjustable sensitivity to velocity and aftertouch
Adjustable aftertouch lag time
Built-in programmer with unlimited Programs
Embedded user's' manual
Compatible with Windows, macOS and iPadOS
Available as Stand-alone application, VST3, AU and AUv3 plugins