Native Instruments Essential Bass
Native Instruments Essential Bass

Essential Bass, Virtual Bass from Native Instruments.

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moosers 10/18/2009

Native Instruments Essential Bass : moosers's user review


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I didn't have any problems getting the Native Instruments Essential Bass up and running as it only took a matter of minutes.  There were no compatibility issues and since installing it I haven't had any problems related to installation whatsoever.  The interface of the software is user friendly and easy to follow as it only took a little while to get used to it.  All of the typical functions are easy to find and beyond this it won't take too long to get used to all of the features.  The manual for the Native Instruments Essential Bass is helpful and is good to have around if you are unfamiliar with software like this. 


Thus far, I haven't had any issues running Native Instruments Essential Bass.  It has always run smoothly within my configuration, which consists of a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM.  I run the software in either Logic or MOTU Digital Performer depending on what I want to use it for.  I can't exactly quantify the performance that I am getting, but suffice it to say that as long as you have a adequate system to run your software on, I don't think that you will have any trouble running this.


Overall, the Native Instruments Essential Bass is a very powerful piece of software.  It gives you access to just about every type of bass sound that you can think of, including electric and upright basses.  The sound are quite realistic and I would imagine that they are sampled from top notch tones.  The price is reasonable as once you have it you will be able to get just about any bass sound that the virtual world has to offer.  If you are looking for virtual bass instrument software, the Native Instruments Essential Bass is the way to go.