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Trilogy has an average user rating of 4.00 from 9 reviews

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Reviewed By Greedy Soul [all]
April 29th, 2003
Version reviewed: 1.01 on unspecified OS

Having had Stylus for a while and found it more and more useful as time goes by I decided to plump for this one stop bass solution. And I haven't made a bad choice.

The Acoustic and Electric basses are superb, not too extreme in the choice of sounds but running it through Amplitube produced some excellent and authentic sounding bass lines. The use of the True Staccato patches really help in the realism as not only do they sound very realistic by using a couple of samples for the same note but the other layer of string noises really help as well.

On the synth basses there's an enormous variety for many styles, enough to keep anyone happy for years.

The only whinge I have is the documentation. Especially when describing the True Staccato techniques it says its best go to the website and watch the video for a better expanation. There ain't no video there! Installation could have been better expained as well. It's possible to install the 3.1gig of samples to another drive and just install the plugin into your vst plugins folder but it doesn't tell you that anywhere in the manual or installer, this was a feature they pointed out with Stylus.

Summing up I'm really happy with this product, it is the one stop solution I was looking for and VFM when compared to the cost of some of the bass sample libraries out there.
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