Bass Grinder, new virtual bass amp collection
AudioAssault introduces a new collection of amplifier simulations, but for bass players this time.
BassGrinder follows GrindMachine, the collection of metal amps for guitar, and features emulations of 12 metal amps and 20 cabs, for a total of 120 metal sonic variations.
The plug-in is available in VST2/3, AU and RTAS formats for Mac OS X and Windows and it has a price of $29.99. A bundle with both BassGrinder and GrindMachine is also available for $49.99.
You can download a trial version and listen to demos at www.audio-assault.com.
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