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Kontakt MIDI Bass Instrument - Bass of the Gods

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  1. Daniel Tidwell

    Daniel Tidwell Spartan Sound Studios

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    Bass of the Gods is a multi-sampled bass guitar virtual instrument (VSTi) built for Kontakt. This monster of a sample library comes in nki format and has been forged for massive and impressively realistic heavy tones.

    Sampled from an incredible sounding Tobias through a high-end signal chain. Note range from B0 to E4.

    Includes a Direct Input (DI) patch for complete control and 13 processed and mix-ready tones utilizing the tricks of the trade to make your bass tone crush.

    Mix-Ready & Processed Tones:
    - Zeus (SansAmp Bass Driver DI)
    - Aphrodite (Ampeg SCR-DI)
    - Hera (SansAmp RBI)
    - Poseidon (SansAmp RBI Drive)
    - Hephaestus (Ampeg SVT-5)
    - Apollo (SWR PB-200)
    - Artemis (Ignite SHB-1)
    - Athena (Gallien-Krueger)
    - Chronos (Fender '59 Bassman)
    - Dionysus (SansAmp BDDI SVT)
    - Ares (Crush Custom Metal Tone)
    - Hades (Demonfire Metal Tone)
    - Thanatos (Darkglass Microtubes B7K)

    Articulations Include:
    - Regular/Alternate Picking
    - Muted Picking
    - Harmonics
    - Short Down Slide
    - Long Down Slide
    - Up Slide
    - Up And Down Slide
    - Bends (Pitch Wheel)

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    http://www.spartansoundstudios.com/product/bass-of-the-gods
     
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    Daniel Tidwell Spartan Sound Studios

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