FANTASTiC 29 April 2016 | 801 MB
There is a reason that analog synthesizer bass has been a mainstay in funk, electronic and rap music for the past 40 years. The deep rumblings provide a powerful and cutting sound that shakes and bounces it's way through the production.
We designed RUMBLEFAWK to capture the greatness of Analog synthesizer bass while not taking up multiple dvds of space and yet still playable on a few different formats. If you want to use the 16 levels function of your Maschine and/or MPC, Load up a sample and then use the notes to play out your bassline on the pads. Classic stuff.
In addition, we gave you both Kontakt and Soundfont patches of all 68 tones pitched across 4 octaves from C0-B3.
All tones have the rootnote of C1 and we didn't create loop points in order to give you the freedom to take the super long 10 second samples of each and run it through effects, ADSR & filters, editing it exactly as you wished without a cutoff point.
55 analog synth bass tones from:
-Limited Edition Moog Taurus III
-Moog Little Phatty stage edition
-Dave Smith Instruments Tempest Analog drum machine (and synth)
13 Bonus 8-bit Chiptune bass tones from:
-Nintendo entertainment System
Outboard gear utilized during recording:
Api 512c preamp, Neve 542 tape emulator, Standard Audio Level-or, Little Labs VOG and the Dave Smith Instruments Dsm02 Character module.
- & 16/44.1 wav