VB Goes UB

Steinberg Virtual Bassist gets Universal Binary Update      29/05/07

VB Goes UB


Steinberg has announced a Universal Binary update to its Virtual Bassist VST instrument. This update makes the virtual bass player VSTi compatible with Apple’s Intel-based Macintosh computers. Steinberg’s list of Virtual Bassist features
  • Utterly authentic-sounding bass parts derived from the actual performances of professional studio bass players
  • Lines are quickly and easily played on every MIDI keyboard
  • 30 different styles with numerous variations and fills
  • Excellent sound-sculpting tools (Bass Model, Attack, Damping, and Pickup Position)
  • Real-time control over vital parameters
  • Groove Match technology for adapting bass lines to other MIDI grooves
  • Amp section featuring amp type, speaker/mic and EQ selection options
  • High-quality virtual stomp-box effects (also employable as a VST effect plug-in)
  • Compatible with VST, DXi, AU and ReWire host applications for Mac (OSX) and PC (Windows XP)
Pricing and Availability:
Registered customers can download the update, which is available as a free download, in the Steinberg's Support section. More information:



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