SubMission audio has announced the release of the Eurobass II virtual bass guitar instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt and the free Kontakt Player.
The update comes with complete resampling of the original instrument with four times more raw samples. It now features tempo synced alternate picking and completely rebuilt processed tones using gear from Darkglass Electronics and Neural DSP.
The Eurobass II is a virtual bass instrument created with an extensively multi-sampled Spector Euro 5 LX, recorded specifically to deliver maximum punch and tonal consistency to your music.
The instrument was selected for its unique throaty sound, and ability to effortlessly handle tones ranging from twangy and crystal clear down to distorted and guttural. Along with a raw DI from the instrument, this release offers two completely mix-ready pre-processed tones, crafted by Ermin Hamidovic of Systematic Productions (Architects, Periphery, Plini, Systematic Mixing Guide) to work across a wide variety of mix contexts.
Eurobass II features
- Instant mix-ready, world class bass tone.
- Meticulously multi-sampled plectrum strokes, ranging from soft to pulverizing.
- Industry-leading, proprietary, tempo-synced alternate picking algorithm.
- Array of slides, mutes, string noises, and handling sounds to humanize the performance.
- The sound of brand new strings, all the time.
- Intuitive, reactive GUI.
- Subtle stereo widener for increased mix presence.
- Record without a bass player (ie. reduce production stress by over 9000).
- Over 11GB and 8 hours of raw audio – more than 4x the sample count of version 1.0.
- Crafted through two decades of combined recording experience.
- Note range: E0 to E4. (Drop tune a whole octave below standard).
Eurobass II costs $89 USD. The update is free to users of the original Eurobass library.
More information: SubMission Audio