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Amplesound.net NEW Acoustic Guitar VSTI : AGM

Hello everyone !

Ample Sound has announced a new member of its guitar instrument series: Ample Guitar M.






AGM is recorded on the Martin D-41 acoustic guitar, with 3842 dry samples and a total size of 5.61GB. Original samples have been recorded as 24bit 44.1khz stereo. Natural sustain and resonating sounds of the guitar are unadulterated. No looping samples.






More info to be found here:

amplesound.net



You can check the online manual here:

amplesound.net



Watch some videos here:

Ample Guitar M Demo- Rylynn - YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rE-0LFNNORs (Ample Guitar M Demo - Suite830B - YouTube)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRyXQ4WI-7M (Ample Guitar M Demo - Return - YouTube)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5lO3Oyni0g (Ample Guitar M Demo - BluesAG - YouTube)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clpxsv6bF5o (Ample Guitar M Demo - DearBen (by Vband) - YouTube)


Here are audio samples:

https://soundcloud.com/ample-sound/agm-suite830b

https://soundcloud.com/ample-sound/agm-suite830

https://soundcloud.com/ample-sound/agm-rylynn

https://soundcloud.com/ample-sound/agm-return

https://soundcloud.com/ample-sound/agm-dear-ben-vband

https://soundcloud.com/ample-sound/agm-bluesag-lei-qian

https://soundcloud.com/ample-sound/new- ... esound-all









If you like what you see and hear, Please check out Amplesound.net other products: AGP , AGF and AGG











Thank you


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Camus

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I bought the Matin guitar 2 days ago.
It is unbelievable!
It sounds great and everything in this VI is checked out to detail. WOW
 

Ed

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This sounds amazing, but how easy is it to make your own strumming patterns? I've watched the videos and tried to read the tutorial with the sound cloud examples but it still seems pretty confusing.
 

synthnut

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The Martin guitar sounds GREAT , but not on sale on it's own , and the learning curve looks to be pretty intense after going thru the tutorial as Ed said .....Too involved for me ....It does sound GREAT though .....Jim
 
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JasonMorin

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This sounds amazing, but how easy is it to make your own strumming patterns? I've watched the videos and tried to read the tutorial with the sound cloud examples but it still seems pretty confusing.

Go to this download page : http://www.amplesound.net/en/download.asp?page=2

And download Ample Guitar G (7 days Trial Period with full features)

The strummer engine is the same.......except that the Ample Guitar G is a Gibson Les Paul Custom Guitar

(it is recommended to use a download manager example: FlashGet , when downloading the demo)


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Ed

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Jason, I'm downloading your demo version now :)

CAn you do this kind of thing well that you hear here?

 
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JasonMorin

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....Sorry for the delay

The short answer is Yes. I think you can get a good view from this video (strummer mode):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clpxsv6bF5o

in this example, you control the chord change by pressing the midi notes from c2 to b2 (you can also edit the chords that you have)

When you want to do a Down stroke, up stroke , Down stroke mute , up stroke mute you do it with those midi notes: c4,e4,g4,b4


Jason
 
I downloaded the demo (Ample Gibson) and there are two capabilities I do not see. Perhaps I am missing them

1) Ability to save instrument presets

You can make all types of changes, e.g. adjust ADSR, turn on/off specific parameters, add different effects and tweak them. However, once these customizations are made, I can't find a way to save them so that "preset" could be called up in the future.

I read the online manual and see you can create/save strumming pattern presets, but I don't see instrument presets


2) Ability to re-set values to default settings

This relates to the above. If you have made a bunch of adjustments, the only way I can find to reset them back to their original values is to close the plugin, then re-open it.
 

Embertone

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Purchased the acoustic guitar last night - I have several projects to work on and was in need of a good sound. With a guitar like this, we will definitely think twice about sampling one :roll:

This thing absolutely rocks, the sound is stunning, the programming is very, very impressive - lots of attention to detail. Here's our random (and maybe inappropriate on this forum?) endorsement: if you need an all around acoustic guitar VI, don't hesitate to get this!

The best VI's are the ones flexible and authentic enough to allow for unfiltered music-making to happen... this is what we shoot for when we make instruments. I think AGM is in that category - there's no jumping around flaws and problems to make it sound good... you can just focus on getting your musical ideas out. It's such a joy to play this thing!

-Alex
 
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1) Ability to save instrument presets

2) Ability to re-set values to default settings


Hi Martin,

With your DAW , you should be able to save or load any preset made with amplesound's product.

About ''re-set values to default'' you can create a Default preset with your DAW and load it any time you want to come back to it.

Or (longer method) hold your shift key and with your mouse, click on the (knob, fader) you want to reset.


If you still feel that it should be made available from within the instrument, please make a suggestion here:

Customer service: [email protected]



Jason
 
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Purchased the acoustic guitar last night - I have several projects to work on and was in need of a good sound. With a guitar like this, we will definitely think twice about sampling one :roll:

This thing absolutely rocks, the sound is stunning, the programming is very, very impressive - lots of attention to detail. Here's our random (and maybe inappropriate on this forum?) endorsement: if you need an all around acoustic guitar VI, don't hesitate to get this!

The best VI's are the ones flexible and authentic enough to allow for unfiltered music-making to happen... this is what we shoot for when we make instruments. I think AGM is in that category - there's no jumping around flaws and problems to make it sound good... you can just focus on getting your musical ideas out. It's such a joy to play this thing!

-Alex


Alex, on behalf of Amplesound.net , Thank You very much !

YOU GUYS from http://embertone.com/ truly _-) =o


Can't wait to see and hear more from your Friedlander Solo Violin o/~
The GUI is beautiful : http://ow.ly/i/1EdvA

Take Care Alex and see you on Twitter!!!


Jason Morin
 
1) Ability to save instrument presets

2) Ability to re-set values to default settings


Hi Martin,

With your DAW , you should be able to save or load any preset made with amplesound's product.

About ''re-set values to default'' you can create a Default preset with your DAW and load it any time you want to come back to it.

Or (longer method) hold your shift key and with your mouse, click on the (knob, fader) you want to reset.


If you still feel that it should be made available from within the instrument, please make a suggestion here:

Customer service: [email protected]



Jason
Jason,

Thank you for the reply. I definitely will be making those suggestions. The capability of making "presets" within the software itself is a common feature of most virtual instruments.

The sound of the Martin guitar is very nice.
 
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