Ample Sound has announced the release of Ample Guitar T, a virtual guitar instrument for Windows and Mac based on the Taylor 714 guitar.
AGT is recorded on 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. Natural sustain and resonating sounds of the guitar are unadulterated. No looping samples. The samples are categorized in 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 Harmonic, Popping 9 guitar techniques, Legato at random length, pitch & poly. All techniques can 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.
Ample Guitar T features
- 3892 Dry Samples 5GB Strum & Pick 2 playing style.
- Any chords & any rhythms with real Strumming Samples.
- Rich Fingering Noise – more vivid and realistic.
- Controllable real Resonance.
- Multiple Stereo and Mono Modes.
- Chord inversions to Positions.
- Velocity layer adjustment.
- Includes all of Electric Guitar Series features.
The Ample Guitar T for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $169 USD. It is also included in the bundle of all Ample Guitars for $499 USD. A bundle containing Ample Guitar T with one of the electric Ample Guitars (AGF, AGG, AGP) is available for the introductory price of $219 USD and with Ample Guitar M at $229 USD, until May 15th, 2013.