Software Bass Amps

Softube launches Bass Amp Room and announces the Amp Room Bundle      05/05/09
Software Bass Amps


Softube is shipping the Bass Amp Room plug-in for native VST, AU, RTAS.
Softube has also announced the Amp Room Bundle, containing native versions of Bass Amp Room, Metal Amp Room, and Vintage Amp Room at a reduced price of $549 (web price, excl. VAT). That's a saving of $178 (24%) compared to buying each title individually. Bundle upgrades from previously purchased Amp Rooms are also available.
Softube say that Bass Amp Room was designed to handle all your bass amp needs, from dirty rock to modern clean, keeping two equally important goals in mind. The first was to give the user the best possible sound quality. The latter was to create an intuitive plug-in which allows for a really fast work flow - time is money, but cutting down on time shouldn't mean you have to accept poor results.
Bass Amp Room consists of a model of a classic bass amplifier, three distinctive speaker cabinets with click-and-drag mics, and a blendable DI section with tone controls and a limiter. Softube believe that it's all you need to create a unique signature sound – they tell us that the strength lies in the ease of use of the individual blocks and the huge range of sounds these can produce when combined.
A Softube spokesperson had this to say, "Bass Amp Room is all about getting a sound you know you can trust, and getting it quickly, from a plug-in you don't need a degree in computer science to handle."
Pricing and Availability:
Bass Amp Room is available today at the Softube web shop for $199, excl. VAT. More information and fully functional 10 day demo:
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