ELBySoniQ samples a Precision Bass for Kontakt
ELBySoniQ is a new sound library developer which first creation is a virtual bass for Kontakt 5.
First library in the Groove Machine Series, ’62 PBass Groove Machine Soulplayer One puts at your fingertips a Fender Precision Bass played between the bridge and pickup in order to add bite and darkness to the sound. ELBySoniQ recorded 1.93GB of 8-bar loops in 12 keys that can be combined to create professions and patterns in Kontakt. The library also features 55 grooves that can be accessed via the Menu, along with single notes with sustains on two octaves (E1 - E3), transition notes ranging from E1 to D#1, harmonics with multiple round robins and hammer-ons with velocity sensitivity for the single notes.
The Kontakt interface also includes tone shaping controls and saturation, compression, chorus and cab emulation controls.
’62 PBass Groove Machine Soulplayer One requires the full version of Kontakt 5.2 and later. Note that the 974 samples (including 665 loops) are in AIF 24-bit / 44.1kHz format.
The library is available for 45.50€ at elbysoniq-vi.com.
ELBySoniQ is also looking for beta testers and/or demo composers for its next products, click here to join the team.
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