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- Electric, Acoustic and Synth Bass Instrument.
- 3GB Sound library.
- 1,000 brand new Electric, Acoustic and Synth Basses, each with dual layers.
- Multi-dynamic (up to 8 way) velocity switching multisample articulations.
- Innovative 'True Staccato' sample-mapping, for realistic repeated notes.
- Minimoog style Legato triggering.
- Built-in auditioning system rapid load times.
- Easy to use built-in patch management system.
- Fully programmable.
- Multimode resonant filters for each layer, plus master filters.
- Three envelopes per layer for Pitch, Filter and Amplitude.
- Matrix-style modulation routing, four LFOs.
- Powered by custom 32 bit UVI engine.
Reviewed By CadeBryant
May 11, 2005
Very usable basses that will add life and realism to your tracks. Admittedly, it is very hard to create a convincing bass line using conventional synth/ROMplers and sequencers. If you do a lot of tracking that includes upright basses, electric basses, etc., and you find that they end up sounding too MIDI-ish and unrealistic, adding Trilogy to your soundware arsenal will definitely help.
My only gripe is that most of them have very little velocity sensitivity, but this can be user-edited. This is a bit of a pain, having to do this for each patch you want to use.Read more
Reviewed By AnotherBob
March 27, 2004
This is the instrument I use for bass as I begin every song. In later stages I may switch to a synth with more control or a more extensive bass sample collection. Even then, it is nice and efficient to have a single bass instrument that I know well and frequently depend on for bottom end.
User Interface - Looks nice but too large.
Sound - Absolutely wonderful.
Features - Few but not really necessary.
Documentation - A pamphlet comes in the box.
Presets - Lots and lots.
Customer Support - Responsive.
Value For The Money - Good considering that this VSTi can be used in almost every song you produce.
Stability - Never crashes my system.
I would buy it again.Read more
Reviewed By DevonB
January 8, 2004
Reviewed By Rabid
December 22, 2003
In both Trilogy and Atmosphere it is easy to be overwhelmed by the number of sounds and patches. Learning this instrument takes time and everyone should make a list of favorite patches to use during the first few months.
So where does this VSTi fall when comparing it to other bass sound sources? Even though it is a bit expensive, it is a good value. For someone starting out, or someone wanting an all in one solution this is a great kit. It is not going to replace a collection of good VSTi’s and sample collections dedicated to bass. And many times it is easier to dial up a desired bass sound in The Beast or some other VSTi than find the patch I want in Trilogy. But it does give you a very good collection of samples that are already programmed and processed. Most VA’s cannot compete solically with a good sample of a Moog or Roland. For this reason, a good set of VSTi’s dedicated to bass will also not replace Trilogy.
Sample quality, especially samples of analog instruments.
All in one unit for bass.
No LFO sync to MIDI.
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Reviewed By bodsham
June 28, 2003
So if you're having installation problems talk to tech support straight away.Read more