What you'll learn
- Use Amplesound guitars to aid with songwriting and production.
As this course progresses, you should learn how to use Amplesound guitar emulation software to add realistic guitar parts to your song writing and productions.
During the course, acoustic guitar software based on Taylor and Martin acoustic guitars are used, as well as a nylon string Luther guitar.
Additionally, bass guitar emulation software based on Fender bass guitars are used.
Amplesound software sampled from a Fender Stratocaster guitar is briefly used too.
If you do not presently own any Amplesound software, demos that run for seven days are available.
Additionally, Amplesound provides 'lite' versions of some of there guitars that do not contain a trial expiration date.
You don't need the full software to get the most from this course. But it would help.
Version 3 of the software is used throughout this course.
According to Amplesound, version 3 brings product name changes, apparently for naming consistency. Each instrument is more descriptive. For example, instead of Ample Guitar G for the Les Paul, the new name is “Ample Guitar LP”.
PC: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or higher, 64-bit only; 10G hard disk space. Intel i5 or higher.
MAC: OS X 10.9 or newer. 10G of hard disk space.
VST2, VST3, AU, AAX, and standalone.
If you are looking for a top-quality, professional-level acoustic guitar VSTi Ample Sound is definitely worth a look at and listen to.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in using guitar emulation software to create compositions.
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