Sakura opens up a world of string modelling possibilities. String instrument physical modeling controlling contact, vibration, string reaction, resonance and acoustics. Sakura can reproduce the delicate pluck of a single string, violins bowing or the sonorous resonance of a grand piano.
Most importantly, the curious musician can take control of every aspect of the simulation to create fantastic instruments. Ever wanted to know what a 20 foot guitar sounded like? Or a bowed piano? Now you can find out, Sakura opens up a world of string modelling possibilities. The Sakurazensen is coming, be there to experience it.
Like the transient beauty of Sakura (Japanese for Cherry Blossom), the sound of stringed instruments blossoms and fades. Image-Line brings you ‘Sakura’, the string physical modelling instrument, to express the delicacy and beauty of stringed sounds.
Sakura works inside FL Studio both under Windows and macOS
Image Line Sakura Synthesizer Plugin Download Features
- Contact - An impulse, the mechanical contact with the string, is first generated then shaped to simulate plucks, picks, scrapes, hammers, taps or humble fingers
- Vibration - Sakura’s dual string model then gives the operator control over a wide range of parameters such as damping, tension, positioning and string properties
- String interaction – The dual strings are then mixed, panned and enveloped to simulate interactions
- Resonance - The string/s vibration then interacts with an 8-resonator ‘body simulator’ to create the size, material and shape of the instrument
- Acoustics - Virtual acoustic space is then simulated with chorus, delay and reverberation effects
- Sakura: Japanese for Cherry Blossom.
- Hanami: The custom of enjoying the beauty of Sakura.
- Sakurazensen: The Sakura-front as it moves across Japan with the developing season.