ANCIENT CHINESE INSTRUMENT
The Guzheng is a Chinese plucked zither, ancestor of several Asian instruments such as the Japanese koto, the Mongolian Yatga and the Korean gayageum. It has 21 strings and movable bridges.
5 articulations: fingers, pick, stick, bow and ebow. Traditional and alternative techniques in order to get the most out of this beautiful instrument with up to 4 round robin and 4 velocity layers.
Realistic tremolo effect where the last played note is retriggered on release, control the velocity and intensity of the tremolo more naturally and musically. Pitch wheel affects to the last played note in order to create the effect of stretching the string.