Bass Pedals For Kontakt

Wave Alchemy releases a Kontakt instrument inspired by the Moog Taurus      13/09/12
Bass Pedals For Kontakt


Wave Alchemy has announced the release of Bass Pedals, which they describe as a huge sounding analogue hybrid synthesizer for Kontakt 4 inspired by the legendary Moog Taurus Mk1 vintage synthesizer.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "Bass Pedals is an endless source of wall-shattering subs, filthy bass drones and obese analogue tones. It ships with a 4.5GB library of expertly recorded multi-samples which power an additional 69 synthesizer presets, all of which are editable via our extensively scripted K4 instrument panel and stunning GUI controls."
Features
  • 4.5GB core sound library including 3207 multi-sampled 24-bit WAV samples
  • Heavily scripted custom Kontakt 4+ instrument and intuitive graphical interface (requires full version of Kontakt)
  • 28 heavily multi-sampled (including 3 x round robin) Taurus MK1 patches
  • 40 carefully programmed Bass Pedals presets and starting points making use of the instrument's Raw Oscillator page
Pricing and Availability:
£34.95 (A full version of Native Instruments Kontakt 4 or 5 is required) More information:
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