Yellow Tools Pure E Basses Volume Two Electric Basses Sampling Library 24bit 4 CD EXS24
Yellow tools pure e-basses is the first E-Bass library which allows perfect, live sounding e-bass performances
Yellow tools pure e-basses is the first E-Bass library which allows perfect, live sounding e-bass performances:
Through the recording of all playing techniques with several velocity splits per note and their breakdown into independent programs, pure e-basses offers boundless possibilities for the user, to combine the basses at will, depending on the kind and his preference of his music production.
with the e-basses "Ibanez BTB 5-string", "Warwick Streamer Stage 1 fretless" and "Epiphone Jack Cassidy Signature Model", volume two of this firstclass sampling library completes the whole range of electric basses
the Ibanez BTB 5-string was recorded in the playing styles fingered, slap and fingered short
the Warwick Streamer Stage 1 fretless was recorded in the playing style fingered
the Epiphone Jack Cassidy Signature Model was recorded in the playing style fingered muted
each playing style contains about 2,000 sound samples:
all playing techniques like ghost notes, vibrato, tappings, hammer-ons, 8th notes, slides slow, slides fast, pop ghost notes, pop 8th notes etc. are also playable separately with up to 8 velocity splits per note.
all playing techniques can be combined to new basses at will!
already prefabricated combinations for each playing style with 8 velocity splits per note
more than 100 different sound samples per note!!!
more than 150 FX per bass (harmonics, fret noises, slides, noises, scrapes etc)
High end recording and editing of the sound samples in real 24bit
to achieve best possible playability, all basses were recorded in 2 different scales:
The breakdown into two scales is a very important features of this library. Performing electric basses, there is often a choice between notes and the strings on which this note can be played. A1, for example, can be played on the open third string as well as on the 5th fret of the 4th string. Because there is no rule for that in general, we want to let the user decide! Scale 1 is the complete basic scale. Within scale 2, the following notes were replaced:
E1 (open 4. string) --> to D1 (Rock-mood)
A1 (5. fret / 4. string) --> A1 (open 3. string)
B1 (7. fret / 4. string) --> B1 (2. fret / 3. string)
D2 (5. fret / 3. string) --> D2 (open 2. string)
E2 (7. fret / 3. string) --> E2 (2. fret / 2. string)
F2 (8. fret / 3. string) --> F2 (3. fret / 2. string)
G2 (5. fret / 2. string)
--> G2 (open 1. string)
A2 (7. fret / 2. string)
--> A2 (2. fret / 1. string)
B2 (9. fret / 2. string)
--> B2 (4. fret / 1. string)
C3 (10. fret / 2. string)
--> C3 (5. fret / 1. string)
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