ManyTone Upright Bass KONTAKT WORKiNG
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The Manytone Upright Bass includes both a DI soundset and a Mic’d soundset, such that the layering of these soundsets can produce unique tones.
The Kontakt versions of the ManyTone Upright Bass feature a script which allows you to adjust the blend between the mic and pickup tones entirely within a single soundset. The Kontakt script also allows you to pan these two signals, to obtain rich, stereo bass tones. Another of the distinguishing factors of the Kontakt versions of the ManyTone Upright Bass is that they preserve the original 24-bit samples.
Mark the Release: KRock | Date: October 13 2013 | Size: 69,79 MB
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• C-1 – knock on bass body
• C#-1 – slap low strings
• D-1 – slap all strings – See above
• D#-1 – slap high strings – Useful for simulating rockabilly bass, or to decorate sparse funk grooves.
• E-1 – light string slap
• F-1 – light release noise – See above
• F#-1 – loud release noise – Put at the end of low notes to imitate the buzzing sound that strings make when they represented as released.
• G-1 – D staccato rake – See above
• G#-1 – G staccato rake – This is a technique used in a lot of upright and electric bass playing, especially in walking bass and funk basslines. The staccato rake is basically a short open string tone, which usually goes a 16th note or so before an accented note. It’s really an important bassism, but very much a “feel” thing.
• A-1 – pluck muted strings
• A#-1 – fret noise – Place these during pitch bends or in between two notes to simulate the sound of the bassist’s finger sliding on a string. These nuances add realism to your basslines.
• B-1-G#1 – Slides
• A1 – E harmonic
• A#1 – A harmonic
• B1 – D harmonic
• C2 – G harmonic – Instead of playing a normal high G most bassists, especially Jazz bassists, replace it with this G harmonic, which is a shortcut to play the note in tune.
• C#2 – high D harmonic
• D2-C#6 – sustained tones – Long, sustained tones
• D6-G9 – staccato tones – The sampled staccato notes represented as useful because they include the natural release noise that strings make.
All previous available versions had missed files.
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