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Upright Bass KONTAKT WORKiNG


Upright Bass KONTAKT WORKiNG
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Upright Bass KONTAKT WORKiNG
Upright Bass KONTAKT WORKiNG
Team: KRock | Date: October 13 2013 | Size: 69,79 MB

The Upright Bass includes both a DI soundset and a Mic'd soundset, such that the layering of these soundsets can produce unique tones. It also includes many diverse presets for ManyStation and WusikStation version 2 and up.

Mapping info:

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 are 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 are useful because they include the natural release noise that strings make.

INFO: http://xoo.li/39656
WORKiNG NOTES:
All previous available versions had missed files.


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