Ample Sound has just released Ample Guitar M Lite II, a free (lite) version of its commercial AGM II which emulates a Martin D-41 acoustic guitar instrument.

AGML II has been greatly improved compared with previous version. It has full range notes now (E1 – C5), which was (E1 – G#3) before. Except samples and articulations, AGML II shares full features of AGM II.

Changes in Ample Guitar M Lite II:

  • New sample engine with significant performance improvement:
    • Multiple instances can be loaded much faster and takes only a small amount of additional memory.
    • Improved voice management significantly enhances performance.
    • New Strummer with drag & drop support:
    • Users can search, browse and audition chords and patterns now with drag & drop support.
    • Slash chord support is implemented for Detect Mode.
    • Chord slots have been increased to 24 for Select Mode.
    • Arpeggio can now be played on all six strings for every chord now.
    • Improved humanization options are present in 2.0.
    • New strummed patterns.
  • Improved and optimized GPX format support in the built-in tab player:
    • Completely new standalone app which can load all Ample Sound plugins with virtual keyboard support.
  • Other updates:
    • Added Mod Range to adjust vibrato intensity.
    • Added Poly Bender to enable multiple notes bend.
    • Added the new Solo Mode, in addition to Keyboard Mode and Standard Mode.

Ample Guitar M Lite II is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX). Download size is 265MB compressed.

More info:

Free Ample Guitar M Lite II

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