Ample Sound has released Ethno Ukulele III, an updated version of the virtual ukulele instrument for Windows and macOS. Ample Ethno Ukulele III aim to bring the Kamaka HF-3 Ukulele sound to your studio. The update comes with a newly designed interface, VST3 support and various other additions and improvements.
When used in DAWs, the Tab Player also allows users to export the tablature as an audio file. Ample Ethno Ukulele III aim to bring the Kamaka HF-3 Ukulele sound to your studio.
Ample Ethno Ukulele III aims to bring the sound of Kamaka HF-3 Ukulele to your studio. The powerful Ample Tab launcher and Strummer series are also present, as is the standard FX pedal board (Delay, Reverb, Compressor, Phaser and more). The AEU looks surprisingly realistic, provides an impressive degree of adaptability and is relatively easy to play and program, making it particularly easy to combine and control pronunciation and chord keys. It is without a doubt the best piece of harp samples we have ever encountered!
Harp sound modulation comes in the form of ring and edit controls. Sliders to determine release gains, FX (scratches, slaps, etc.), attack and release the fret sound; And a dual stereo control to replace the left and right channels.
Size: 2.15 GB
High G and Low G Instrument libraries to fit different needs.
DFD technology (Direct from Disk)
Stereo and Mono Modes.
Controllable Resonance Sound.
Rich Fingering Noise.
Sustain, Palm Mute, Natural Harmonic, Slide in & out, Legato Slide, Hammer On & Pull Off, Pop, Strum, 9 articulations, Legato at random length & pitch & poly.
CPC(Customized Parameters Control) – any button knob etc can be controlled by MIDI CC or Automation.
Doubling – different samples at L & R.
Poly Legato and Slide Smoother.
Multiple Capo Logics – providing various options of automatic fingering logic to cover different performance such as solo, chorus, and so on.
String Roll Editor: can clearly show fingering, articulation, expression, and even playing noise. Every note has 8 attributes – pitch, velocity, length, off velocity, articulation, legato, vibrato and bend, with which you can make a delicate lick.
Dice – Random Riff Generator: A click will create a new inspiration because it is not simply a random algorithm. Rather, it summarizes the rules through analyzing a bunch of music scores.
Multiple Formats Conversion: The conversion between Riff, MIDI, Tab multiple formats, Every fingering, articulation, expression, humanizations will be automatically converted to MIDI keyswitch and controller.
Real strum samples.
14 Strum notes + 26 ways to play for every chord.
Strum Legato – both Slide and HP can be played while strumming.
4 humanization settings.
Select and Detect 2 chord modes, any chords could be customized.
Strum SEQ with customized rhythm.
Delicate presets with Drag & Drop Support.
High order 8-band EQ, intuitive control of frequency response, real-time visualization of input and output spectrum, support of soloing single band..
2-Line Compressor, real-time visualization of input and output signal, two detection modes RMS & Peak, support of soft knee, auto release and auto makeup.
6-Tap Echo, real-time visualization of the processing of stereo signal, can tweak the parameters of 6 echo points individually: feedback, pan, volume etc.
IR Reverb, providing four types of IR: Room, Studio, Hall, and Larger Hall. 3D visualization of IR spectrum.
The Tab Player can load and play several prevalent guitar tablature file formats. Users can load, display and playback any specific track inside a tablature file. When used in DAWs, the Tab Player also allows users to export the tablature as an audio file.
The Tab Player supports all the fingering, looping, chords, articulations and other markers in the loaded tablature. Supported articulations articulations include: Strum, Natural Harmonic, Artificial Harmonic, Hammer On/Pull Off, Trill, Bend, Tremolo Bar, Legato Slide, Slide In, Slide Out, Vibrato, Tremolo Picking, Palm Mute, Popping, Tapping, Let Ring, Staccato, Dead Note, Grace Note, Ghost Note, Accentuated Note, Fade In, etc.
As a built-in function, the Tab Player works seamlessly with the Ample Sound instrument engine, which has extremely customized guitar playing logic so as to model a real world guitar being played. The Tab Player can even judge on its own to automatically add some refining articulations when it thinks it is appropriate, such as slapping on strings or body, or other realistic and indispensable noises.
Strumming is an important factor of guitar playing. By taking advantage of the Ample Guitar Strummer engine, the Tab Player can not only mingle different articulations into strumming, but can also alternate between strumming several strings (i.e. multiple notes) simultaneously and strum at a particular string (i.e. one note).