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Software, Mac OSX
Plugin Alliance WEDGE FORCE Matcha v1.3.5 Mac [MORiA] screenshot
MORiA | January, 22 | AU | VST | VST3 | 1.53 GB
Create authentic guitar sounds with the WEDGE FORCE Matcha DI guitar synthesizer and your favorite guitar amp plugins! Matcha >>> Pedals >>> Amp >>> FX = Realistic Guitar Sounds

Matcha is a unique and innovative musical instrument that allows keyboarders and MIDI artists to create powerful rock guitar tones that sound as realistic as any you’ve ever heard. In fact, it is so realistic that we encourage you to double your MIDI guitar parts, just like you would do when you record real guitar riffs!

Matcha is more than just a shockingly authentic-sounding guitar synth with powerful onboard tonal-shaping options though. It’s a professional musical instrument ready to be REAMPED into your favorite guitar amps. It replaces the guitar in a recording setup, but not the amps and FX! Pair Matcha with ANY of your favorite pedals, amps, cabs, and FX to get amazing tones, playable from your MIDI keyboard.

Having this potential for massive sounds at your fingertips opens new horizons for keyboard players and composers to enter the world of guitar sounds and effects. And guitarists will enjoy to experiment, combining real guitars and MIDI generated riffs and licks.

While Matcha can be programmed to sound absolutely amazing using MIDI, WEDGE FORCE’s core mission with this instrument was to create a software synthesizer that enables keyboardists to achieve the best possible guitar parts by capturing the nuances of live performances in the studio or on stage.

The modeling under the hood of Matcha is of another level compared to the norms you’ll find in other software instruments. WEDGE FORCE’s engineers quickly realized that sampled sounds could never sound completely realistic because harmonic resonances can sound very different for each combination of notes.

This led the WEDGE FORCE team to build their proprietary “Synthetic Force Engine,” which combines studio pre-sampled waveforms from the world’s most iconic custom made guitars with real-time synthesized sounds.

While pre-sampled waveforms can sound great whenever a single note is played, multiple notes can still sound downright unnatural when played simultaneously. This is where Matcha’s real-time generated harmonics enter into the mix. They are instantly synthesized in real-time for each note, preserving the original waveform’s timbre during pitch bending, sliding, palm muting, pinch harmonics, and more.

All of this is possible with amazing, lightning-fast performance too. WEDGE FORCE has optimized Matcha’s 64-bit double precision engine to free up resources for the effects and other synths you may be running in the background. And its latency is close to zero—less than one millisecond.

With Matcha, you can finally create realistic MIDI guitar tracks. Use it to compose new songs with mouse-click-perfect riffs and solos. Or play authentic and expressive metal guitar parts live on your MIDI keyboard. Easily enhance your productions with multi-layered guitar tracks. And continue editing your MIDI tracks after the musicians have left the studio.



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comments

  Resident 28.06.2013 687
+256
am i the only one who thinks this is one of the worst sounding imitations of a guitar?
  Member 23.01.2016 22
+9
No you're not. I'm a sucker for VST guitars (as I'm producing metal) and normally I can find something useful in most of them, but this...phuuu, this is bad, really bad.
  Resident 7.10.2011 800
+205
I had it included in my subscription and it succeeds where others have failed in the attempt to make the worst virtual guitar on the market.
We can't dance, we don't talk much, we just ball and play, then we move like tigers on vaseline
  Member 8.01.2014 153
+16
it does not work because it is broken, it does not change any preset because the crack is bad.
  Resident 11.01.2020 138
+47
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  Member 25.08.2017 91
+18
what the f*ck with that video? I was trying to listen to where/what that 'guitar' was... and I kept getting interrupted by this dude noddin' to his iPhone 12's camera... while his fingers where busy typing away... thinking those 'riffs' are what guitar players do. Highly recommended for drummers....
illegal downloading and home taping is ruining the major music industry... keep up the good work!
  Resident 25.12.2017 6 1937
+716
Haha, I knew people would lose their minds when this finally dropped on here.
Having played guitar since I was... hell, twelve years old? and owning everything from Jackson to Fender, I can honestly say that, if *nothing else. the way that this VST sounds when being run through virtual amps and pedals is *far more realistic than any other guitar VST--say Ample, which is laughably bad... though not as bad as MusicLab--or Kontakt guitar library, even Orange Tree Samples Evolution Jazz Archtop, which I like, for what it is. Hate all you want, Matcha is as close to the way overtones actually interact as you're going to get, at least for now. This isn't to say it's flawless, but it's miles ahead of everything else. The only "problem" is that it doesn't sound like what people *think a guitar sounds like.
Disclaimer: I am not defending the yahoo in the video in the slightest.
"Rap is a gimmick, but I'm for the Hip Hop, The Culture." ~ Method Man ~
  Resident 25.01.2012 3329
+452
no, it pretty much sounds like trash to me... but, that may be the sound some folks might be going for. Here is a better demo below. Might go ahead and give it a whirl.. It's just basic unprocessed guitar to add your own amps and fx.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4GbuZUA0H8
  Banned 26.01.2019 15 1319
+1334
quote by Smoove Grooveshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4GbuZUA0H8

From 1:13 there is one of his beard hairs on A#...
Just sayin'.
The Clavichord is from the Late Middle Ages. It's not a Clavinet.
  Resident 11.01.2020 138
+47
the Comment has been Removed
  Member 8.01.2014 153
+16
After this video from the link above, I am very honest to say that I like how the guitar sounds but I don't understand why I don't receive these presets, I have one and the same sound, someone knows what I'm doing wrong because I don't receive these sounds, thank you in advance :-)
  Member 2.03.2019 198
+52
The point of this plugin is it DOESN'T sound like the vid above by itself. It's not as simple as presets (there are no presets). He's running it thru effects to show how it COULD sound once processed through amps and pedals etc. (like a real guitar would be). It sounds like a very basic guitar but they are selling the fact that it has "realistic" harmonics, after-tones, pick-up-noises and such, which is what @eXACT was referring to above.
  Member 8.01.2014 153
+16
a pity I rejoiced in vain. So it's not a plugins with a completely finished sound, you have to process a lot of what we never do. Thank you very much for the explanation though and I owe you! :-)
  Resident 25.12.2017 6 1937
+716
Apologies, I should have clarified that this requires your own effects/head/cab, and is strictly a "dry" emulation with the presets being for velocity, fretting, etc.
"Rap is a gimmick, but I'm for the Hip Hop, The Culture." ~ Method Man ~

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