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Ample Bass Precision (ABP) New Virtual Instrument from Amplesound.net
Old 1st August 2014
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Software Ample Bass Precision (ABP) New Virtual Instrument from Amplesound.net

Ample Bass Precision (ABP) New Virtual Instrument from Amplesound.net



Introductory price

Only 99 USD for a limited time

7/30/2014 - 8/30/2014

will resume to $119 afterward







-Ample Bass P aim to bring the Fender Precision Bass sound to your studio.

-2851 Samples, Size: 3.60 GB, 24bit 44.1khz

-Supports AU, VST, RTAS, AAX, AAX 64bit, Mac and Win, 32bit and 64bit

-Ample Bass Precision Manual : amplesound.net






For more Info please visit our Site!

www.amplesound.net






Customer service: [email protected]

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Thank You!





Jason Morin

Last edited by Grahamdwc; 18th August 2014 at 12:36 PM..
Old 1st August 2014
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an other video.


Old 2nd August 2014
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This thing KICKS ASS!!!!!!!! Just used it on a track and MAN does it sit beautifully in the mix. Best I've heard.
Old 2nd August 2014
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Thank you VERY MUCH ! ronwasserman . If you want, let us hear what you did with ABP.


Here's some slapping.....


Old 3rd August 2014
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Just when I thought I was done
buying bass VI's...time to get out the credit card.

This may indeed be the new "king" of sampled P basses.
Old 3rd August 2014
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Sounds incredible.
Old 3rd August 2014
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Thank you Guys for the good words.

One last video here:

Old 3rd August 2014
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Is this able to play simple 8th notes (real live) patterns? Or only solo slap?

Could I play with or without you with it?
Old 4th August 2014
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Is this able to play simple 8th notes (real live) patterns? Or only solo slap?

Could I play with or without you with it?
Thanks for asking.

On Ample Bass, Press MIDI note B4, C5, D5 and E5 will respectively trigger descending fourth, unison, ascending fifth and ascending octave of current note or last ended note with octave shape.
Old 5th August 2014
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You can download Ample Bass Precision DEMO (PC and MAC) here:

amplesound.net

(Demo version has 7 day Trial Period with full features)




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Old 5th August 2014
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Sorry compared it with Trillian - I like Trillian better especially how it handles articulations like pops and slides that can be put on seperate outs/midi channels.
A ton more flexible as different samples/patches. Ample Sound will need to do their homework on Version 2.
Old 5th August 2014
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Trillian always sounded boomy and flat to me.....but it's all subjective. Plus those samples were recorded so long ago. I really think this new bass sounds closest to the real thing. But I'm not doing pops...and I can slide in/around with this one.
Old 5th August 2014
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It's how you use it Trillian has over 30 GB of samples it sounds way way more realistic than Amplesound's relatively tiny sample library.
I can do way more in Trillian - just because it's new does not make it automatically better.
I have use both and the feature list and numbers of dwarf's Amplesound.
over sixty Electric Bass sounds including 4, 5, 6 and 8-string Electric Basses played by 6 different bassists.
If your getting it too "boomy" you're doing something wrong.
Old 5th August 2014
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Quote:
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It's how you use it Trillian has over 30 GB of samples it sounds way way more realistic than Amplesound's relatively tiny sample library.
I can do way more in Trillian - just because it's new does not make it automatically better.
I have use both and the feature list and numbers of dwarf's Amplesound.
over sixty Electric Bass sounds including 4, 5, 6 and 8-string Electric Basses played by 6 different bassists.
If your getting it too "boomy" you're doing something wrong.
I love everything Spectrasonics, but I love Amplesound too.. I'm not sure why you're comparing library sizes and calling Amplesound's a 'tiny' library? It's a library of a single instrument. Trillian is 30 GB for sixty electric basses, plus acoustic and synth bass samples.
Old 5th August 2014
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Yes there are way more bases but there are far more articulations and round robin samples on each instrument.
Old 6th August 2014
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Quote:
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It's how you use it Trillian has over 30 GB of samples it sounds way way more realistic than Amplesound's relatively tiny sample library.
I can do way more in Trillian - just because it's new does not make it automatically better.
I have use both and the feature list and numbers of dwarf's Amplesound.
over sixty Electric Bass sounds including 4, 5, 6 and 8-string Electric Basses played by 6 different bassists.
If your getting it too "boomy" you're doing something wrong.
Didn't mean to piss you off....I'm thrilled it's worked for you...really...I'm not being remotely sarcastic.

As for me doing something wrong. I doubt after playing (with VI's) bass (and mostly everything else) on charting albums and 1300 + eps of T.V. shows that I'm missing something.

BTW - I also LOVE this: The Upright which is way crisper and life like than....you know what.
Old 6th August 2014
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The Fender P-bass patches in Trilian each come in at around 2.5 to 3 GB.

Amplesound's P-bass is about that size.

I have Trilian and use it for the electric and acoustic basses. Never for the
synth basses because I use virtual analog synths or hardware synths for those.

I think I'll get Amplesound's P-bass because I like the sound of it, it's a nice
alternative to Trilian's P-basses.
Old 7th August 2014
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You can download Ample Bass Precision DEMO (PC and MAC) here:

amplesound.net

(Demo version has 7 day Trial Period with full features)




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I tried downloading, but after I click on the ABP Tab, I get an error message "Not Found".

This makes me worry about buying ABP, because if the demo link doesn't work, maybe the purchased product link won't work either.
Old 8th August 2014
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I tried downloading, but after I click on the ABP Tab, I get an error message "Not Found".

This makes me worry about buying ABP, because if the demo link doesn't work, maybe the purchased product link won't work either.
Sorry for the mistake, we just fixed it, please try again.
amplesound.net
Old 11th August 2014
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Ample Bass Precision Demo is available here: amplesound.net

ALSO, on the same page, you can download and try the DEMO version of this cool Acoustic Guitar: Ample Guitar Martin D-41





Thank You !!


Jason
Old 12th August 2014
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Russ from Pro Tools Expert: Pro Tools Expert - Pro Tools Community

did a review of Ample Bass Precision.

Check it Out !


Old 15th August 2014
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This is superb!

I was doing a search for Bass VIs, and this is what I found first...and on special introductory offer - perfect - a standalone player app too!
Old 16th August 2014
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Blast9, Thank you for the good Words!



Just a reminder...

Introductory price
Ample Bass P
Only 99 USD
Jul 30, 2014 - Sep 4, 2014
will resume $119 afterward

amplesound.net


You can download Ample Bass Precision DEMO (PC and MAC) here:

amplesound.net




Jason
Old 18th August 2014
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Wanted to say that Amplesound.net just finished recording the samples for its next Virtual Bass Instrument...

Take note that we are also open to suggestions.
Old 21st August 2014
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A beatles hofner would be great!!
Old 22nd August 2014
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A beatles hofner would be great!!
Thank you for your suggestion, will send it to the boss.

Amplesound next product, will be ABJ ''Ample Bass Jazz''


Jason
Old 22nd August 2014
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Quote:
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Thank you for your suggestion, will send it to the boss.

Amplesound next product, will be ABJ ''Ample Bass Jazz''



Jason
Cool!
Old 22nd August 2014
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Any details on the recording process?
Old 29th August 2014
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Ample Bass Articulations Tutorial


Old 29th August 2014
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Very nice.

What's the tuning of the instrument?
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