Native Instruments - SCARBEE PRE-BASS AMPED 1.1.0 (KONTAKT)


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imeless electric bass - on edge! SCARBEE PRE-BASS AMPED is precisely sampled Fender® Precision bass recorded through four different amps for incredibly authentic bass. Created by veteran bassist and producer Thomas Hansen Scarby, this instrument is based on the famous Scarbee Blue Bass. To give you ready-made sounds for your production, the SCARBEE PRE-BASS AMPED offers a choice between four different amp settings. Fatis a round and dense bass sound specially designed for rock and pop oriented music. Heavy is a harsh and harsh bass sound specially designed for hard rock oriented music. Crunchy is a powerful and slightly distorted bass sound specially designed for rock-oriented music. Pop is a rich and crunchy bass specially designed for R&B and pop oriented music. The SCARBEE PRE-BASS AMPED, recorded with round-wound strings for a fat and muddy sound, also offers a vast and incredibly intuitive set of playing techniques. The level of self-expression makes the game truly authentic and fun and is suitable for a wide range of styles, from reggae to pop, rock, hip-hop, R&B and more. SCARBEE PRE-BASS AMPED is played in real time, almost all articulations (including ducking, harmonics, beats and more) are available without key switches. What's more, the SCARBEE PREBASS AMPED exclusively uses the KONTAKT interface, displaying an overview of the neck with dynamically updated articulations as you play. With over 4,000 samples spanning all four strings, nine layers of velocity and advanced scripting that makes playing both intuitive and incredibly authentic at the same time, it's easy to see why the pros choose SCARBEE PRE-BASS AMPED!

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Native Instruments - SCARBEE PRE-BASS AMPED 1.1.0 (KONTAKT)File Size 11.53 GB
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