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Puremagnetik presents Big Bertha, a virtual custom built 6-string Maillet electric bass with a classic, deep and funky tone.


Recorded through both a Jensen transformer and an original tube buffered AMB DI, Big Bertha comes to life in the brand’s Micropak collection of 24-bit samples and looped clips.

Big Bertha includes detailed multilayered velocity sampling of every note across 3 octaves and a library of over 60 looped clips played in various styles and tempos. The loop library includes funk, rock, RnB, fusion and many other stylings.

The Ableton Live version of Big Bertha comes in Ableton’s proprietary multisample mode so that any Live user can take advantage of these high quality multisamples. Both FingerBass and SlapnPop programs come loaded with amplifier effects and 16 Macros for easy editing right out of the box!

Each other version of the Big Bertha multisample instrument and loop bank comes loaded with effects and custom KSP GUI for instant tweaking. The included audio loop library contains over 60 raw looped waveforms that load instantly into Kontakt or a DAW of your choice.

Big Bertha and the Micropak series products are available in separate versions for Ableton Live 7, Kontakt 3 or GarageBand.
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