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Premier Sound Factory Bass Premier Pack
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Premier Sound Factory Bass Premier Pack

Virtual Bass from Premier Sound Factory .

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  • Manufacturer: Premier Sound Factory
  • Model: Bass Premier Pack
  • Category: Virtual Basses
  • Added in our database on: 09/24/2013

Remember back when bass was worthy of the term "fat"? Well PREMIER SOUND FACTORY has brought that fat back with the Bass Premier Pack. This authentic electric bass sounds library has it all including a 1977 vintage USA Fender Jazz Bass, a 6 string F Bass BN-6, and the USA Fender Jazz.

Bass Premier Pack Software Features:

 

  • Fatter Bass Sounds Recorded Using Mics And Bass Amps Instead of Lines
  • Choose Between 3 Different Styles of World Famous Bass
  • Premium Touch Noise And Slide Up/Slide Down Effect For Authentic Bass Sounds
  • 2 Types of Finger And Slap Styles For The Ultimate Feel of A Real Bass Playing Experience
  • Easy Thumb And Index Playing Style Options Via Velocities Switch
  • Accessible Vibrato Through Modulation Wheel
  • Natural Release Sound Engineering

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