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Gorilla Bass
Gorilla Bass by SampleScience is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
System Requirements
Windows 8.1/10
System Requirements
macOS El Capitan to Mojave
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Gorilla Bass is a plugin made to create heavy Reese basslines for drum & bass, jungle, 2-step, and garage music productions. Each Reese Bass has been created from scratch, mastered, and heavily processed to perfection. Beware though, these sounds are grungy and loud! They'll become the less subtle bass in your plugin collection.

Gorilla Bass comes in two flavors: Free and Pro. The Free version has 15 sounds while the Pro version has 34 sounds.


  • Free version: 15 sounds / 135 MB of samples.
  • Pro version: 34 sounds / 338 MB of samples.
  • Multi-LFO.
  • Room reverb.
  • Highpass/Lowpass filter.
  • Amplitude range controls.
  • 3 voice modes: polyphonic, monophonic, and legato.
  • 64-bit VST plugin instrument for Windows 8.1/10.


  • Windows 8.1/10 or macOS El Capitan to Mojave.

  • 340 MB of HD space for the Pro version.

  • 135 MB of HD space for the Free version.

  • Quad-core CPU or better with 8 GB of RAM or more.

  • 64-bit VSTi/AUi Host.

Made with Maize Sampler

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Comments & Discussion for SampleScience Gorilla Bass

Discussion: Active
16 December 2020 at 2:09pm

Apologies in advance if this is a stupid question as I'm totally new to romplers, but with the Gorilla Bass, increasing the Release parameter simply adds an extended tail to the sample after the MIDI note is released with an abrupt release. Am I supposed to be able to configure a more realistic release which reduces in volume after the note is released?

27 January 2021 at 8:13pm

The release is the amount of time a sound will decay once the note is released. The longer the release the longer the "tail".

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