Ample Sound models a bass guitar
Following the success of its acoustic and electric guitars, Ample Sound now models a Precision Bass.
The Ample Bass P is a 3.6GB library in which every possible playing technique is reproduced: sustain, palm mute, natural harmonics, hammer on & pull off, legato slide, slide in & out, pop, slap, tap, accentuated, staccato and dead note. The Legato articulation can also be used with any length, pitch and in polyphonic mode.
You’ll also find in Ample Bass P innovative features, some of them made the reputation of the Ample guitars:
- Tab Player to load Guitar Pro 3, 4 or 5 files and get a realistic transcription via humanizing settings
- Auto Buzz System to add random noises
- Groovy Single-Note Bassline to create bass lines with a single repeated note thanks to looping (which ensures more realistic results as round robins, according to Ample Sounds)
- Slap and Sustain articulation keyswitches on a single MIDI track
- Alternate tunings with the ability to get extreme low tunings
The Ample Bass P is available as a Mac and PC VST, AU, RTAS and AAX plug-in. It has a special introductory price of $99 until September 4th, regular price will then be $119. If you already own an Ample Sound library, have a look at your account for special discounts.
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