With this software bundle you get two world-class handcrafted bass guitars, "virtualized" as MIDI instrument in one plug-in.
The first instrument is a modern 4-string bass and the second instrument is a very unique looking and unique sounding 8-string bass (just like the 12-string guitars with string pairs).
Handcrafted custom instruments – that's what you can expect from BassLine, Germany. The company from Krefeld builds nothing but world-class bass guitars from finest woods and premium components. We "virtualized" two of their instruments and turned it into a VST3/AU plug-in, so you can use it in your production.
This 4-String bass features a beautiful black limba top wood and a swamp ash body. The neck and fretboard is actually made of maple, turned into black stain. And he sounds just as good as it looks.
You maybe know 12-String guitars and the special sound of it. But how about an octaved bass? Well, here you have it.
Instead of using the same virtual bass over and over again, why not try out something new?
Hint: This sound is perfect for epic productions that require just some uniqueness. If you find the original bass interesting and what to know more, check out this article, released by the manufacturer itself.
Regular 4-String bass (BassLine Buster CW 4)
Unique 8-String bass with octave strings (BassLine Buster Std 8)
Perfect fit for melodic rock/metal and epic tracks
Great for other genres, too
Lowest tone: C1 (drop C tuning)
Highest tone: G4 (24th fret, regular tuning)
Humanize function for realistic sounding playing
Easy to use for beginners
Key switches for power-users
Automatic alternate picking
Slides and bending
High resolution samples with lossless compression
Unprocessed clean DI to use you own amp/fx plugin
Pre-amped sounds on board.
The usage of the plug-in is simple, the basics are just like you know it from other MIDI instruments. Plus we have some special features with key switches, if you're a power user who wants even more.
Version 1.1.8 fixes compatibility issues and bugs regarding setting-changes crashes during playtime.