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Virtual subtractive synth from G-Sonique .

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G-Sonique has released Ultrabass, a new bass synthesizer VSTi for Windows for 4/4 dance music style basslines including trance, psytrance, goatrance, progressive, hardstyle, electrohouse, electro, techno, tech-house, and more.

Ultrabass is based on Alien303 DNA, a synthesizer that became popular for its stable bass energy and the possibility to create fast basslines without any unwanted clicks or artifacts, the company says. The sound of ultrabass’ digital oscillators (based on Alien303 technology) is designed to be linear and sharp and suited for electronic 4/4 musics fast basslines, without analog artifacts like arbitrary de-tuning, phase, shape and amplitude effecting its stability.

 

Top Features

  • Single / Dual oscillator(s) that can work in two selectable modes. With octave and semitone control as well as fine and an oscillator phase micro-control knob.
  • 2 oscillators with 15 shapes (Analogue saw, Digital saw, Saw HB, Saw DB, Analogue ramp, Digital ramp, Digital square, Square, Pulse, Multipulse 1, Multipulse2, Multisaw1, Multisaw2, Vintage saw).
  • Two filter modules that can work in serial or parallel multi-mix mode:
    • Filter MODULE1 with 4 analogue sounding liquid low pass filters, with cutoff, resonance, input volume and envelope amount knobs:
      • G-Low pass.
      • Low pass (classic).
      • Vintage analog low pass.
      • 303 low pass.
    • Filter MODULE2 with 9 Analog sounding liquid filters with G-Filters, a series modeled after codes from DSP chips of hardware synthesizers and an analogue low pass with a creamy sound modeled after vintage hardware keyboards/synths, with cutoff, resonance and envelope amount knob together with a fast on/off switch:
      • G-Low pass
      • G-Band pass
      • G-High pass
      • Low Pass
      • High Pass
      • Band Pass
      • Band Reject
      • Peaking
      • Analogue low pass
      • None
  • Fast linear Amplitude envelopes (attack, decay, sustain, release) without any unwanted CLICKS and ARTIFACTS that are often present when you are trying to make fast 4/4 bass with classic synthesizers.
  • Fast linear Filter envelopes (attack, decay, sustain) without any unwanted CLICKS and ARTIFACTS that are often present when you are trying to make fast 4/4 bass with classic synthesizers.
  • Non-Linear Saturation Unit with “main saturation knob”, Analog based amplifier section.
  • Bass boost / Analog saturation unit to add fat, heavy sound to your bassline. With parameters like freq. and q (bandwidth) to set low frequency range that will be boosted, and soft enh., saturation and vol. of saturation parameters to set amount and color of saturation/bass boosting.
  • Preset manager with 75 presets in categories bass, deep, psytrance basses.

 

Pricing & Availability

Ultrabass MX4/4 costs €26.90 but the first 100 customers can get it for the introductory price of €18.90.

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