Sampled Synth Bass Sounds

Puremagnetik Analog Bass Volume 4 features Buchla Music Easel, Moog and Roland sounds      14/09/17

Sampled Synth Bass Sounds


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Puremagnetik has released Analog Bass Volume 4, which they say is packed with over 30 multisample basses from the legendary Buchla Music Easel, Moog and Roland synthesizers. They tell us that it has been expertly recorded and programmed to give users instant hands-on action for bass heavy productions. Here's the details in Puremagnetik's own words...

In seeking out machines for this genre Puremagnetik's production team settled on three distinct models to give the widest variety of analog character. The Buchla Music Easel was chosen for its Vactrol filter, the Moog Sub Phatty for its wave modulation and the Roland Alpha Juno 2 for digitally controlled precision. Each synthesizer has been recorded with articulation details in mind as many patches employ velocity sensitive expressions (e.g. Filter Envelope as recorded from the original). 

Analog Bass Volume 4 Ableton Live Pack includes a library of over 30 individual patches with Push-ready Macro programmings, and easily editable rack effects.

Analog Bass Volume 4 for Kontakt includes a customized interface for simple and expressive patch tweaking. Instantly dial up modulations or time based effects from within the Kontakt GUI.

for Logic includes a collection of Patches programmed with Smart Controls for easy editing and sound manipulation.

Minimum Requirements
• 500 MB Free Disk Space
• Ableton Live 9.7, Kontakt 5, Logic X

Pricing and Availability:
$8

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