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Hotelsinus Reese Bassline

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Hotelsinus Reese Bassline
Hotelsinus Reese Bassline by Hotelsinus Sound Design is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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Hotelsinus Reese Bassline is a "Drum and Bass 'Reese' and DubStep Bass Instrument". It can create wide variety of sounds, like hard bass, background atmosphere and, of course, the infamous Reese Bassline.

Inside the instrument:

  • Minimized Graphical Interface (400*120 pixel) to fit 12" Laptop TFT.
  • Hard and Analogish Dual filtered Special Distortion Unit.
  • Three Parallel Filter.
  • One Phaser to create a real living instrument.
  • Stereo enhancer button, that's make the sound out of the box.
  • Final filter with switchable Lowpass or Highpass.
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Average user rating of 3.00 from 1 review

Hotelsinus Reese Bassline
Reviewed By Navij11
February 11th, 2008

Lets start from the beginning:

User Interface: It was nice! Small, and functional, but it packs a lot of power! I like it! It manages to fit in all of the necessary features, and a cool little image on the right side. I just wish there was a way to see numbers when I tweak knobs, so I know what I'm doing!

Sound: Sexy! It's nice and growly if you tweak it right! I was getting some sick reese sounds with only a bit of experimentation! They are very thick and bassy, and the parallel filters only add to the growl. It sounds sick as hell! I noticed a huge problem, though - there is DC offset produced. I fixed that with Fruity Center, but it is still a problem, and should be corrected within the VST itself. Aside from that, the sounds rule!

Features: It was made for one purpose, and it does that well: Making reeses. It can, with correct processing, make killer reeses, and many very different kinds of reeses. However, it doesn't do much beside that. It's ok, though, as it was meant to make reeses. It IS lacking a few convenient features, such as octave, fine and coarse pitch control, but the features that it does have are unique!

Documentation: No useful documentation at all, and I still don't know what "F1" and "F2" on distortion do! The readme was no help.

Presets: There were a few presets, and they were ok, but really they don't showcase the full potential of this VST. I can't take off too much, because you can only do so much with it, but it would have been better if there were more.

Customer Support: I was looking for it. It said that there was customer support in the readme, but there wasn't, so I had to look around. I finally found it in the "contact" windows of a different site of his, and it took a while. I need to take off here!

VFM: Great, its free! How much better could it get?!

Stability: Fine, it hasn't crashed for me, but the DC offset is somewhat annoying!

Overall, its a nice VST! I love its sound, but I wish there could have been a bit more documentation, or simply a small explanation of each knob!
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nr1killabee
nr1killabee
6 May 2014 at 7:24pm

There are numbers now under the knobs in 1.3

And here is the info, also the F1 and F2 you were talking about:

Developer: Hotelsinus Sound Design
Product Name: HotelsinusReeseBasslineBig
Classification: Synth (Analogue / Subtractive)
URL: http://vst.hotelsinus.com
Company URL: http://www.hotelsinus.com
Direct Download (dll only): http://vst.hotelsinus.com/dl/hotelsinusreesebasslinebig.zip
contact: vst@hotelsinus.com.

Latest news Version: 1.3.2:
I hope the Filter "BEEP" is gone now!
Mail me if still present.

Version: 1.3.1:

- SAW and Pulse waveform
- Unison and detune
- Poramento this si the "GL" knob
- Vertical knob control.

New in BigVersion Version: 1.2.0:
- New Bigger and Numbered Knobs
- New F-Filter: LP, HP, BP1, Bp2, Notch with Resonance
- Detuner section: OCT, Note and Finetune.

Short Knob Explanation:

Distortion: F1 is one LP filter and F2 is one HP filter in Parallel mode. Amount is only for the distortion level.
ThreeFilter: BP-HP-LP parallel filters, get the sound from the Distortion unit one by one.
(mixed in same level and go thru in one hard limiter)
Filter Type : this is a Final Filter, NO resonance section.

Product description Version: 1.0.0:

Hotelsinus Reese Bassline is The Word's First Drum and Bass "Reese" and Dubstep Bass Instrument at the moment.
And it's Free!
This VSTi can reproduce the famous sounds of Legendary DnB Artist's Best. Bass Sounds.
Now you can put it to your music for free and no need to RIP other artists Bassline samples.
This instrument can create wide variety of sounds, like Hard bass, Background Atmosphere and ofcourse REESE!
Inside the instrument:
- Hard and Analogish Dual filtered Special Distortion Unit.
- Three Parallel Filter.
- One Phaser to create a real living instrument.
- Stereo enhancer button, that's make the sound out of the box.
- Final filter with switchable Lowpass or Highpass filter.

OS: Windows
Format: VST Instrument.

Receptor Compatibility: Compatibility Unknown
Development Environment: SynthEdit
Copy Protection: None
Cost: Free
Version: 1.3.1
2008 Hungary. Budapest.

ReverendEntity
ReverendEntity
3 November 2015 at 3:10am

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