Ample Sound has announced an update to three of its virtual instruments for Windows and Mac.
Version 1.5 of Ample Lapsteel and Banjo, and version 3.5 of Ample Ukulele now come with native M1 support, Native accessibility, and the Guitar Pro 8 tab reader. All Ample Sound products are now native M1 compatible.
Changes in Ample Lapsteel, Banjo and Ukulele
- Native support for Mac M1 machines.
- Native accessibility support on both Windows and Mac.
- Tab Reader supports Guitar pro 7 and 8 format.
- Improved sample engine, memory management, and efficiency.
- New VST3 parameter system.
- Updated AAX format version.
- Added support for multiple sample rate.
- Improved DSP algorithms such as impulse response.
- New standalone – Rectangles.
- Riffer now supports 64 measures at max, with navigation markers.
- Added Sync feature in Delay.
- Fixed a potential problem related to the DAW clock.
- Fixed a potential problem in the process of loading sample library.
- Fixed an issue of the velocity sense parameter.
- Fixed potential crash caused by a bug in main panel and Strummer UI.
- Fixed a number of bugs in Strummer, Riffer, and the conversion between Strummer pattern and riff.
Ample Sound users can update for free through the MyAmpleSound webpage. New users can purchase ASL, AEBJ and AEU at a 25% off discount until November 10th, 2022.
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