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Sam Spacey presents Epica Bass, a dedicated analog bass synth library sampled from a large collection of classic analog synths and modulars.

Sam Spacey, the producer behind the award-winning library Epica, has released Epica Bass - a dedicated analog bass synth library sampled from a large collection of all star classic analog synths and modulars. No emulations or plugins were used in the recording of Epica Bass in order to keep the recording chain as purely analog as the source synths themselves.

A Kontakt library for free Kontakt Player 5 or higher, Epica Bass features:

  • 430 instruments built from 26,657 24bit mono samples (7Gb)
  • 100% Analog Synthesisers used, no plugins or virtual synths.
  • Arp Odyssey mk3 (orig), Pro 1, CS-30, SEM, Oakley Modular, Future Retro, Matrix 6r, SH-1000 and Telemark modular.
  • Boutique hardware recording chain: UBK Fatso, Kush Elektra, Eventide H8000, DBX160XT, Neve Pre amp and several rare guitar pedals.
  • Multi Page Extensive Synthesis with dedicated functions per page to give users full editing power in a non-cluttered Interface.
  • Multiple Round Robins utilised to eliminate machine gun effect as well as velocity sample groups.
  • Dedicated FX rack with full control utilising Native Instruments latest emulations of 1176 Compressor, SSL EQ along with Flanger, Chorus, Bit Crusher, Delay and Convolution Reverb (new convolutions).
  • Fully fledged Arpeggiator, FX Rack, 3 x LFO´s, Amp Env, Filter Env (6 Filters), Pitch Env, sample start modulation destinations, Pitch Drift, Portmento, Velocity modulations and more.
  • Unique sample start modulation gives control over the real analog filter source (6 analog modelled filters also included for use).

Epica Bass is currently exclusively available from Time+Space for the introductory price of $102.07/£65.83/€88.76 (+VAT) instead of $115/£74.17/€100.

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