A New Breed Of Bass Engine

Output's SUBSTANCE combines three layers of sources with FX and more      15/09/16

A New Breed Of Bass Engine


Output has announced SUBSTANCE, which they describe as a completely new breed of bass engine built for the modern producer, composer, musician and sound designer.

Output says that, combining heavily processed electric and acoustic basses, real brass sections, the dirtiest analog synths, and insane sound design, SUBSTANCE is a deeply produced bass engine making sounds unlike anything else. The engine combines three layers of sources and blends them together with layer and global FX, filters, modulation, an advanced arpeggiator, flux control and macros.

Output Founder Gregg Lehrman, told us, "Our goal with SUBSTANCE was to create a bass engine that was not focused on emulation, but rather, on pushing the envelope with creative and powerful new sounds. It's our most sophisticated engine to date and you can really get a sense of that from the first note."

SUBSTANCE Features:

  • A playable instrument with 300 presets
  • Powerful new 3-layer engine
  • Preset menu with smart tagging
  • Layer FX and global FX
  • 4 central macro sliders unique to each preset
  • Advanced arpeggiator
  • Monophonic and Legato modes
  • Built-in help menu
  • Rhythm page that syncs to tempo


Pricing and Availability:
$199

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