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  • The big rock sound and maybe more

    Scarbee Rickenbacker BassPublished on 04/28/14 at 02:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I acquired in the context of Komplete Ultimate knowing that it's been a few years since I use the Scarbee bass on my songs. Its easy to find small in terms of mapping. Installation is no problem and for once in Native, the manual is interesting.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    No performance problem on my Corei7 with 16GB of RAM: the instrument is not huge and well managed Kontakt RAM (better than Trilian anyway).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year now and I love it for its identity (a Rickenbaker is Rock necessarily, although you can explore horizons nags more or less at the mercy of presets included). The sound is just excellent, without side sampling while mapping as scripts can be......
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    I acquired in the context of Komplete Ultimate knowing that it's been a few years since I use the Scarbee bass on my songs. Its easy to find small in terms of mapping. Installation is no problem and for once in Native, the manual is interesting.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    No performance problem on my Corei7 with 16GB of RAM: the instrument is not huge and well managed Kontakt RAM (better than Trilian anyway).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year now and I love it for its identity (a Rickenbaker is Rock necessarily, although you can explore horizons nags more or less at the mercy of presets included). The sound is just excellent, without side sampling while mapping as scripts can be programmed easily fault.

    I love old low compared to Scarbee (I'd also that Native rafraichissent blow) is the fact that we have within the same patch of pretty damn good presets to attack all genres. I really do not see any flaws outside of those defects which are all low Scarbee: we do not have a / declination Picked Fingered instrument, and does not provide Native MIDI files ready to employment as is done for batteries.

    For the rest, it's all good.
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