Ample Guitar T Released By Ample Sound
Ample Sound has announced a new member of its guitar instrument series: Ample Guitar T. Ample Guitar T promises to bring the sound of the Taylor 714 to your studio – an impressive array of samples of this classic instrument have been recorded. Here are the features in full: AGT was recorded using […]
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Ample Sound has announced a new member of its guitar instrument series: Ample Guitar T. Ample Guitar T promises to bring the sound of the Taylor 714 to your studio – an impressive array of samples of this classic instrument have been recorded.
Here are the features in full:
AGT was recorded using the Taylor 714 acoustic guitar, with 3892 dry samples and a total size of 5.00GB. Original samples have been recorded as 24-bit 44.1kHz stereo. The guitar’s natural sustain and resonance are unprocessed. No sample loops included.
The samples are categorized into two banks: Strum and Pick (AGM has Strum and Finger). As with other Ample Guitar instruments, AGT features the following functionalities and techniques: Hammer On & Pull Off, Legato Slide up & down, Slide in Below & Slide out Downwards, Palm Mute, Natural Harmonics, Popping, Legato at random length, pitch & poly. All techniques may be played in Legato mode, even when strumming.
By using real strumming samples with customized chord, rhythm and tempo, AGT Strummer combines the advantages of both sample-based and simulation strumming techniques with the following features:
- Chord detection system supporting inversions – Optimized for keyboard players, every inversion of every chord is mapped to a different guitar position.
- 14 Strum notes + 28 playing modes for each chord.
- Strumming Legato with all techniques.
- Mute Depth.
- 4 Humanization settings.
AGT follows rigorous logic to trigger fingering FX automatically, and mix them into the “finished” sounds. AGT simulates the natural resonance characteristics of a physical acoustic guitar, by extracting the resonating signal from a guitar sample then recombining it when users play AGT.
AGT provides 2 Stereo and 2 Mono sound modes natively, which simulates simultaneous multi-mic recording. The microphone volumes and sound width are adjustable with no quality loss.
· Velocity Layer Adjustment.
· Open String First – playing special chords without keyswitch.
· Poly Legato – 9 techniques at random length, pitch & poly.
· Real Doubling Guitars.
· CPS(Customized Parameters Setting).
· Each Cycle & Rhombic Sampling Modeling – Separate sample cycle for each note and velocity layers.
· Original Overall Start Time.
· Double Keyswitch – Switch 2 techniques via velocity layers.
· Poly Repeater.
And here is a video demonstrating Ample Guitar T’s prowess!
For More Information on Ample Guitar T check out Amplesound.net
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