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Ample Guitar Twelve aims to bring the Taylor 956 CE 12-string Guitar sound to your studio.The Library comes with 6.2 GB samples, all in 44.1 kHz and 24 bit recording quality. There are 2 libraries in AG12 - Strum and Finger. Ample Guitar 12 offers all common articulations such as Sustain, Nature Harmonic, Palm Mute, Slide In and Out, Legato Slide, Hammer On and Pull Off 8, all recorded in 2 mic positions Body and Ambience. Another feature is the integrated tab player that can play all popular formats of Tabs.


Ample Guitar VST Crack is now loading much faster than it used to and uses fewer memory resources. One of the most popular virtual instruments that are free, AGML provides the most beneficial functions in Ample Guitar with 682MB samples to provide the perfect accompaniment for pop music. The plugin features 2 distinct sound banks: plucked and fingered. -guitar-vst-crack/


This is a collection of pristine samples accessible via beautifully designed interfaces and available in all standard plugin formats. Included are the dadi, dongxiao, zheng, qudi and pipa. When I first instantiated one of these gorgeous instruments I was immediately struck by the inviting and intuitive graphic design that features an image of the sampled instrument and a home screen that gives easy access to commonly used parameters and articulation key switches. Mouseover hints for all button icons speed the learning process for users. Every instrument sounds amazingly natural, and an added feature shows the fingering of the notes being played on the wind instruments and a vibration animation on the strings.


After releasing the best-selling 'Pan Drum' sampled instrument, featuring two different models of Hang drum, Soniccoutoure return with an updated library that explores new drums and a cutting-edge Kontakt player interface.


Barbara Tillett looked at authorities from an historical and international perspective. She discussed the creation of ACIG in 1984 to address the early automation of authority control. The goals of authority control have long been to increase precision in search results, to help users navigate among related terms and headings, to collocate related works, and to provide variant entry terms. The goals of international authority control have evolved from having each national library authorize its own name headings for general use, to recognition that authorities should meet the needs of users, who may prefer to see headings in their own language, regardless of where they are searching. To achieve this, national library authority files would be linked to records for the same entities or concepts in other national authority files, and, based on expressed user preference, the headings from another file could be captured for display in the local setting. Eventually, additional functionality might migrate from bibliographic records to authorities; for example, topical headings could be assigned to uniform title authorities, rather than to the bib record for each edition of a given work. For Tillett, the future of authorities is one of greater interconnectivity and more customized user service.


Qiang Jin (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) addressed "Names not so commonly known in library OPACs." Catalogers have been trying their best to attempt to enter corporate bodies (and other entities) under the "name commonly known". This form is sometimes hard to determine. A random sample of AACR2 corporate headings for 1999-2002 from the Library of Congress Name Authority File (NAF) were searched on the Web via Google to find corporate home Web pages. The various name entries for forms of these corporate names in NAF and on official corporate home Web pages were compared. In nearly 20% of cases, the form of corporate names on the Web differs from the authorized form in NAF. The speaker recommended establishing the corporate home Web pages as a "predominant" authoritative source of information, as compared with a supplemental source to be cited in a 670 field. Corporate home Web pages can provide a useful source of authoritative information.


PARS DG: Because the PARS Discussion Group is not focused on a specific topic, the co-chair announced that the DG would not petition for Interest Group status. Jennifer Hain Teper (UIUC) and Jake Nadal (Indiana University) described aspects of their institutions' procedures for preparing library materials for transfer to off-site storage facilities. Teper focused on recent time- and cost-studies she completed with a colleague, and she also described the workflow and staffing for the upcoming move of hundreds of thousands of books off-site. Nadal focused on making enclosures with the Kasemake machine. He passed around examples and distributed a "triage" treatment decision-making chart. He also had cost and space statistics for making enclosures for items being transferred to IU's off-site storage facility. The attendees had many questions for the discussion leaders, and several remarked that the session was very helpful.


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