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The Kee Bass is a monophonic string bass simulator from 1960s.
Despite the visual only gives a few keys this virtual instrument supports a wider range of notes. The name suggests it is a bass organ but surprisingly there's a preset to let you use this as a piano, and with just a little bit of reverb that just sounds authentic, not as good as expensive physical modeling ones but it is a surprise for a give away plug-in created for very specific purpose.Read Review
This free Kee Bass....ROCKS.
Great sounding plug-in, plether of presets that are amazing and so easily manipulated to suit any vibe that your songs have, wonderful piece of kit to keep in your toolbox and use daily, never had an issue with this little beauty.
Always punches above its weight and its free.Read Review
Its simple analog style synth. Sound is warm and fat. Use it if you want warm bass fast, there are not much buttons around. Supports tuning of each note.
If you are person liking simple, one purpose synths then get it.Read Review
I play a one-man band gig with keyboards, and wanted a left-hand bass sound that was just simply a solid bottom (bass guitar rompler sounds typically have too much snap/slap for my style of playing). This is exactly what i was looking for (though i do also run it through an EQ plug-in to take out a bit of that midrange woofiness). Also works great for beefing up the bottom end of acoustic piano patches too .Read Review