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BassLine Buster Std 8

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Virtual 8-String octave bass Plugin by Pfundstein Audio Plugins
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BassLine Buster Std 8 by Pfundstein Audio Plugins is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
Product
Version
1.1.9
System Requirements
Requires a DAW with VST3 or AU compatibility such as Cubase, Ableton Live, Reaper, Bitwig, Presonus Studio, FL Studio, Mixcraft or other. If you have another DAW as the mentioned above, please check if your DAW supports the "VST3" or "AU" (Audio Units) format. This product is not compatible with AAX / Pro Tools.

Recommended hardware requirements:
– AMD or Intel multi-core CPU (e.g. Intel i7 or AMD Ryzen processors)
– 4 GB of RAM (we recommend 8 GB or more)
– about 2 GB of free HDD storage or more
Product
Version
1.1.9
System Requirements
Requires a DAW with VST3 or AU compatibility such as Cubase, Ableton Live, Reaper, Bitwig, Presonus Studio, FL Studio, Mixcraft or other. If you have another DAW as the mentioned above, please check if your DAW supports the "VST3" or "AU" (Audio Units) format. This product is not compatible with AAX / Pro Tools.

Recommended hardware requirements:
– AMD or Intel multi-core CPU (e.g. Intel i7 or AMD Ryzen processors)
– 4 GB of RAM (we recommend 8 GB or more)
– about 2 GB of free HDD storage or more
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This is the first ever virtual octave 8-string bass guitar plugin: the handcrafted BassLine Buster Std 8. The original bass was sampled and put into VST3/AU plugin format, so you can use it as MIDI instrument in your DAW. Add this unique sounding instrument now to your virtual instruments collection for a low price.

Description

As a producer you're always keen on the perfect tone and sound to make your production unique. We've sampled this special, octaved 8-String high-class bass guitar and put it into a plug-in. It's a plug-in that gives you an unique and realistic sounding "copy" of the original bass. Instead of using the same virtual bass over and over again, why not try out something new?

The original instrument was handcrafted by BassLine in Krefeld, Germany. It features active electronics and custom components, like a special ETS bridge. The plug-in offers you different playing styles inclusive alternate picking and many more stuff.

Features

  • Unique 8-String bass sound with octave strings.
  • Perfect fit for melodic rock 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.
  • Finger style.
  • Pick style.
  • Automatic alternate picking.
  • Slapping.
  • Tapping.
  • Palm mute.
  • Slides and bending.
  • Hammer on.
  • Pull off.
  • High resolution samples with lossless compression.
  • Unprocessed clean DI to use you own amp/fx plugin.
  • Includes three amped output options
    (Clean amp, Dirty rock amp, Overdrive pedal + amp).

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

BassLine Buster Std 8
Reviewed By DarknessX
April 22, 2021

No issues with version 1.1.8 and Windows 10 using latest Cubase. Simple but good sounding 8-String ... is fantastic but it depends on the production or style of music. I've also the "BassLine handcrafted basses" with an 4-String. The 4-String is more "flexible" regarding different styles I think.

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