Low Down Sax

Ueberschall releases Bass Saxophone sample library      15/03/13

Low Down Sax


Ueberschall has releases Bass Saxophone, a new sample library.

A spokesperson told us, "Everybody who thought the classic 'bulb' by Tower of Power´s baritonesax sounds deep should listen now to these loops. That´s really new: so soulful and melodic, almost a half octave lower are these new Bass Sax loops, played in a contemporary groovestyle. Played by Multisaxman David Milzow on an extraordinary HighClass- Instrument of the Keilwerth company, these samples show the really new possibilities of this beast, think of Barry White goes Sax."

Ueberschall says that the saxophone for this production was recorded with premium-class microphones and high-end analog/digital converters. All Licks in this library are available as dry versions, without any additional e.q.- , compressor- or reverb effects.


Credits:

As one of the leading saxophonists of his generation in Germany, David Milzow build up a reputation as a 'multisaxophonist'. As a session musician he can be heard on productions by Ueberschall, Mousse T. or tracks like 'We no speak Americano' by The Drapers and he was live on stage with illustrious musicians like Joo Kraus, Richie Beirach, Dave Liebman, Melva Houston or Clyde Stubblefield. He played live and on TV not only with his own bands The Screenclub (New Soul Jazz) and DNA - Group (Rock Jazz) but also with The Drapers.

Features

  • 440 MB, 140 Loops
  • Instument: Bass Saxophone
  • Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS/Stand-Alone
  • Elastik Player included - no sampler required


Pricing and Availability:
39.00 €

More information:

 

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