Dan Dean Productions Bass Collection “No-Brainer” Deal

Dan Dean Productions Bass Collection has launched a No-Brainer Deal for Dan Dean Productions Bass Collection, a sample library collection of 13 different bass instruments.

An immense collection of widely different bass instruments. A combination of Dan Dean Bass Collections #1 & #2 plus more instruments not found on either previous collection. Dan Dean Productions Bass Collection features

  • Classic basses from the 60’s and 70’s, recorded both direct and with amplifiers. Amplifier presets include some some clipping/overdrive. Very realistic sound quality when used in a track.
  • Instruments include: Alembic Spoiler Bass, Toucan Fretless Bass, Guild Pilot 5-St. Bass, Fender Jazz Bass, Fender Precision Bass, Rickenbacker 4001 Bass, Hofner Violin Bass, Gibson Thunderbird Bass, Alembic Spoiler 5-St. Bass, Washburn AB-20 Fretless Acoustic Bass Guitar, Guild Ashbory Bass, Hohner Fretless Acoustic Bass Guitar, Acoustic Bass.
  • Articulations include: FF (Neck Pickup/Fingers), FH (Bridge Pickup/Fingers), PF (Neck Pickup/Pick), PH (Bridge Pickup/Pick), PM (Muted Strings/Pick), Slap, Pop, and more…
  • An incredible Pizz Acoustic Bass is included in both Mono and Stereo versions.
  • Highest quality sample recordings, all basses are chromatically sampled (every note of all the instruments).
  • UV-22 encoded for optimal sound quality.
  • Compatible with Kontakt, EXS-24 and NN-XT.

The Dan Dean Productions Bass Collection No-Brain Deal is available to purchase for $20 USD until 22 July, 2010.

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Haven’t used them but some like em, others not too keen.

At $20 looks like a great deal though and they’re coming from a well established and reputable maker so I’m going for em.

Looks like a lot there for the money,
just a shame they’re not in EMU format for my proteus VX, will have to get them converted.