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  • Scarbee MM-BassPublished on 11/26/09 at 19:42
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    Easy but long. The new mounting system for bank Kontakt from Native Instruments are loooong: they decompress, recompressent ....

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    No problem. I still think that with the latest version of MM-bass, it is the last 4 or Kontakt Kontakt Player (gratos). I have Kontakt 4, so I do not dig on that side.
    Their system 'direct from disk' has virtually no need to preload the sounds in RAM, the RAM footprint is zero, at least for sounds DFD. In the bank DD-Bass, certain sounds are time-stretching (slides, for example), so, those are loaded into RAM 100% in all, it takes 176 MB, but it's well worth.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since I own this bass sampled, I no longer use her......
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    Easy but long. The new mounting system for bank Kontakt from Native Instruments are loooong: they decompress, recompressent ....

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    No problem. I still think that with the latest version of MM-bass, it is the last 4 or Kontakt Kontakt Player (gratos). I have Kontakt 4, so I do not dig on that side.
    Their system 'direct from disk' has virtually no need to preload the sounds in RAM, the RAM footprint is zero, at least for sounds DFD. In the bank DD-Bass, certain sounds are time-stretching (slides, for example), so, those are loaded into RAM 100% in all, it takes 176 MB, but it's well worth.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since I own this bass sampled, I no longer use her and her sisters. She can play almost anything is possible by a very good bassist: slides, X-notes, hammer-on, pull off, trill buzz, all the major joints of bassist are.
    I just acquired Trilian believing that it would be even better but I was very disappointed, so, I stay with the home Scarbee bass, there's no better now.
    Of course, you have to type the English manual to take advantage of all the possibilities of gadget but like all electronic devices you really want to fully exploit.

    It's a shame we can not let one or two examples of the possibilities of sound this bass. Realizing the level of quality, I paid the other basses in Scarbee, technically, they all have the same opportunity but one that has the best sound that fits many styles of music to me is MM-bass. And if you pair this beauty with a good plugin simulation bass amp, kind of in AmpegSVX Amplitube, you do what you want as bass style.
    The value has nothing to fear from: 79 € for this miracle, do not bother to take the version Ampeg (4 MM-bass remixes as through 4 different bass amps) which is more expensive: 99 € if you have a good plugin simulation bass amp to put behind.
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