Impact Soundworks has announced availability of the brand new Shreddage 3 Precision, its new flagship virtual bass instrument featuring a classic “p-bass” recorded through an analog signal chain with 5 flatwound strings.
All core articulations of the Fender Precision Bass were recorded, including fingered, slapped, and picked playing, plus pops, harmonics, buzz trills, etc.
Shreddage 3 Precision was created to be the ultimate, versatile virtual bass. capable of playing in any genre, with all the techniques a real bassist uses. We spent months planning the perfect instrument and recording setup: bassist Tony Dickinson (Trans-Siberian Orchestra) performed all the samples using a high-end, American 5-string p-bass with flatwound strings for a beautiful, detailed sound. An all-analog UA|610 DI was used to further enhance the warmth and fullness of every note.
For core playing techniques, we captured fingered, picked, and slapped playing with lots of dynamics and round-robins. Add to that tapping, pops, hammer-on/pull-off, slides, buzz trills, and harmonics, and the result is a super playable instrument that can handle nearly any riff you throw at it. Whether you’re writing rock, metal, pop, funk, jazz, or blues, Shreddage 3 Precision can fit in any mix.
Shreddage 3 Precision is now available for the intro price of $129 USD. It is compatible with the free Kontakt Player and NKS. Existing Shreddage 3 customers can save money with crossgrade coupons.
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