If you’ve been on the hunt for the authentic sound of a Martin D-41 acoustic guitar in your studio, look no further than Ample Guitar M. This virtual guitar instrument is your ticket to bringing the warm, soulful tones of this iconic guitar straight to your music productions.
Ample Guitar M has undergone significant enhancements, making it an even more indispensable tool for musicians and producers. Here’s what’s in store:
Revamped Riffer System: Ample Guitar M now boasts an upgraded Riffer system, complete with an improved MIDI export function and enhanced strumming sounds. An exciting bonus: Riffs from all Ample products are now inter-compatible, offering endless creative potential.
UI Size Scaling: Enjoy newfound flexibility with the UI size scaling function, ensuring that Ample Guitar M seamlessly integrates into your preferred workspace setup.
Enhanced Legato System: Experience the beauty of polyphonic slides, hammer-ons, and pull-offs across various strings and frets. Furthermore, you can initiate the starting notes on multiple strings at different times, delivering greater control over your performances.
Improved Export from Strummer to Riffer: Achieve pinpoint precision with the Strummer to Riffer export function. Now, changes are appended as new bars in Riffer rather than overwriting existing ones.
Updated Preset Files: Expect an array of updated preset files for all 14 guitars, enhancing your sound selection and customization options.
Ample Guitar M also addresses several bug fixes to ensure a smooth and uninterrupted music-making experience. Key issues that have been resolved include:
- A bug causing potential plugin loading issues in large projects on Mac systems.
- An anomaly where some notes failed to stop correctly during fast hammer-on/pull-off sequences.
- Timing inaccuracies with certain sample rates affecting the playing speed of Strummer/Riffer/Tab.
- Note update problems when switching patterns in Strummer.
- Unwanted note bending when Poly Bend is deactivated.