Scarbee Black Bass Amped 4 for KONTAKT SAMPLES


Scarbee Black Bass Amped 4


Scarbee Black Bass – Amped 4 is a reamped version of the original Black Bass, specially produced for R&B and pop oriented music productions. The amp used for Amped 4 gives you a fat and crispy bass sound. Except from the looks and the sound Amped 4 works exactly like the original D.I. version and benefits from the same sophisticated programming and script engine. It featuring chronicle this an extensive set of playing techniques (common to all Black Bass editions).

Black Bass was designed to be very easy to play live. Almost all articulations can be triggered without any keyswitches. Eg. legato playing triggers hammer-on and pull-off, legato playing with sustain pedal pressed triggers slides, fast legato playing triggers grace notes.

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featuring chronicle this:

Real-time playable – with the exception of cross hammering and trills all of the articulations in the list given further below can be triggered without the need for any keyswitches. Eg. Hammer-on & pull-offs represented as triggered by legato playing and fast grace notes by fast legato playing.

A powerful user interface pushing the Kontakt user interface to its limits: a fretboard display gives an overview of the playing position and for each string what fret and articulation (displayed as a unique symbol) that represented as used – dynamically updated as you play.

All four strings sampled. Each string is monophonic so new notes abort earlier notes, giving a perfectly realistic bass.

Automatic string selection – play and the script selects the most suitable string for you. Use keyswitches to limit the string choice or to move the active playing position (placement of left hand). The automatic string selection is tailor-made to work well with every articulation.

Automatic alternation of right hand index and middle finger samples (can also be controlled using keyswitches).

Convenient keyswitch mode – a keyswitch affects the following note or remains active as long as it’s pressed – making it easy to quickly return to the default mode of operation.

Slide mode – play a note legato while holding the sustain pedal pressed to trigger a slide. The velocity will determine a slide speed anywhere between 60 to 480 bpm. Slides use real interval transitions sampled in three different speeds for realism and employ a new technique invented by Skarbye/Liberg to significantly reduce RAM usage. Slides represented as available for every interval up to an octave down and up from the current note. It’s possible to play multiple slides consecutively to go up and then down.

Chord mode – makes it possible for notes to be automatically assigned to the right strings even if the notes of a chord don’t arrive exactly at the same time.

Control over release samples – random alternation between more or less tight (how quickly they represented as dampened) release samples where the proportion of each can be controlled by the user. Select a default release type and use a keyswitch to toggle between the default behaviour and the other type.

Pickup-hits – randomly inserted where they represented as most likely to occur in real-life playing. The user can set the probability of a pickup-hit to occur.

The sound of Mr. Scarbee’s own fingers.

EQ and Effect Presets – direct in the instrument user interface.

Integrated documentation for all settings – direct in the instrument user interface.

Articulations and playing techniques:

– sustains
– mutes
– harmonics
– hammer-on
– pull-off
– fast grace notes
– slides – in practically any speed
– trills and trill-tails
– buzz-trills
– cross hammering
– chords
– chord slides
– percussive slides
– index and middle finger alternation
– three different sets of release samples: loose, tighter and tight.
– pickup-hit noises
– fret noises


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