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BeatMaker releases 808 Bass Module 2 for Mac & Win

BeatMaker has released 808 Bass Module 2, a new version of the 808 bass ROMpler for Windows and Mac.

808 Bass Module 2 contains 170 ready-to-use and freshly designed layered presets to bring grit and rumble to your productions.

New in v2.0:

  • New GUI.
  • LFO rate and depth controls.
  • LFO waveform, LFO source and LFO destination.
  • New presets.
  • Compatible with macOS Sierra.

Features:

  • Windows & Mac.
  • 32/64-bit.
  • 170 Presets for Electronic music.
  • LFO rate and depth controls.
  • LFO waveform, LFO source and LFO destination.
  • Glide Knob.
  • Attack & Release.
  • Amplitude Knob.
  • Free updates.
  • Easy to use.
  • 100% royalty free.
  • Download size: 337 MB - Unzipped size: 462 MB.

Price (VAT excluded): 19.99 EUR.

Discussion

Discussion

Discussion: Active
Loosewiggbass
Loosewiggbass
7 March 2017 at 1:52am

I like 808 Bass modules (1&2). It's way better than a lot of 808 kontakt instruments & vst's that cost 2 and 3 times as much. Not to mention a lot of them aren't in tune. I bought the first 808 Bass Module from beatmaker and at first didn't use it a whole lot because I was already used to using what I was using at the time. However, recently I have found it to be "go to" for laying down my 808 basslines and kicks. Point being, I received an email from beatmaker, which informed me being I purchased the 1st 808 Bass Module VST that the new version was available at no cost, yes NO COST!! I've noticed some great improvements on the new version. I like that they gave presets a name in contrast from the 1st one which the presets where just named by a #. Doesn't bother me, presets named by a #, but sometimes preset name implies what your gonna get which makes browsing for a particular sound better. I really like the presets on both versions, I'd say the only 2 808 bass plug-ins that are equal or better in my opinion would be Sub-Zero 808 bass module for kontakt and 808 new era kontakt instruments, but they cost a lot more. There is a ton of bs out there too in 808 catagory. In the price range of Beatmaker 808 Bass Module plug-ins, I'd say no one comes close. The amp envelope on the bass module is little different than what I'm use to so I often shape it with a VST plugin on the attack, something like Image-line's gross beat, which gives great room for my kick drums in the mix. I goofed around w/ bass module 2 and really like it, it's got some heavy, unique sub sounds that I think will separate my beats from others. Making 808 bass isn't hard, but can be another time consuming step holding me from getting an idea down, it's nice to get what I want quickly and easily and these plug-ins do this for me.. cheers, happy beat making!!.

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