All Purpose Bass Solution

Kreativ Sounds release RAW Bass Version 1      14/07/10
All Purpose Bass Solution


Kreativ Sounds tell us that RAW Bass Version 1 is an all-purpose bass solution of over 1000 analog, digital and guitar bass multisamples comprised of audio samples. Many of the basses have been processed through tape recording to achieve that well known and sought after vintage and warm sounding feel. The bass sounds were recorded from well known bass generators like Roland TB-303, Roland TB-303 Devil Fish, Moog MiniMoog, Moog Rogue, Roland Juno 106, Roland Alpha Juno, Clavia Nord Modular, EMS Synthi A, Waldorf MicroQ, Oberheim Matrix, Korg MS20, SCI Prophet 5, SCI Prophet VS, Roland SH-101, Moog Taurus, Access Virus, NI FM7, ReFX Claw, Ibanez Bass Guitar, Fender Precision Bass Guitar etc. Kreativ have also synthesized and processed some custom analog and digital basses using various virtual instruments.
RAW Bass Features:
  • 96 bass multisamples (containing over 1000 bass samples) in 44KHz/24bit format so that you can use them in any sampler you like.
  • 16 classic acid and volcan screaming bass multisamples
  • 38 analog bass multisamples covering classics, subs, noises, saws, vintage etc.
  • 24 additive, exotic, solid, organic and wild digital bass multisamples
  • 2 bass guitars, 1 acoustic bass and 2 upright basses + bass guitar noises
  • 12 violent and wild bass multisamples for total rage and mayhem
Pricing and Availability:
5 Euros More information:

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