TB-303, Minimoog, ARP And Doepfer Bass Samples

Puremagnetik releases Analog Bass Pack for Ableton Live, Kontakt 2 and EXS24      22/05/07

TB-303, Minimoog, ARP And Doepfer Bass Samples


Puremagnetik has just released Analog Bass Volume 1 for Live 6, Kontakt 2 and EXS24. They tell us that Analog Bass is a huge collection of over 50 multisampled analog bass instruments recorded directly from classic monosynths. Among the sound sources are the TB-303, Minimoog, Doepfer Modular and ARP 2600. Using the highest quality conversions, Puremagnetik say that they have meticulously recaptured the classic warmth and character of these instruments and customized them for use in Live 6, Kontakt 2 and EXS24.
The Ableton Live 6 version of Analog Bass contains over 50 Sampler Racks AND over 50 Simpler Racks. The Kontakt 2 version includes extensive KSP mappings for control of filters, time-based effects LFOs and envelopes.
Features Include:
  • Over 50 Analog Bass Instruments
  • Over 270 MB of 24-bit Content
  • Ableton Live Simpler and Sampler Racks with Macro Controls
  • Customized Kontakt 2 KSP Panels
  • Easy Edit of Synth Controls and Effects
Pricing and Availability:
Basic Monthly Subscription: $5.75 per Month
Basic Yearly Subscription: $60 per Year
Premium Subscription: $135 per Year
More information:



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