Bass Guitar Vst's??

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  1. BDS

    BDS Active Member

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    Can anyone reccomend me a good Bass Guitar Vst, Ive had a look around and I cant really find anythng that sounds "Real"

    Im looking for something that'll get me the natural sound like in this video.


    Any Reccomendations appreciated.

    Cheers.


     
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  2. Producr

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    kama benkama.net

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    The recent Music Tech mag had a good article about realistic bass. I lost it. Think it's still sold tho.
     
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    spectrasonics trilian is pretty good. otherwise, scarbee does some great bass multis for Kontakt. (y)
     
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    Alexi Drench Audio

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    I use cakewalk studio instruments, as given you get a dedicated bass, drum, string and piano vst, is good value at about £20
     
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    kama benkama.net

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    Yes, that was the one they were bigging up in music tech. It's a shit mag btw.
     
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    thanks peeps.

    gonna have a look at the spectrasonics trillian.
     
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    let me tell you that i have a bass guitar and i had greats results using guitar Rig, its a good inversion, you can route bass guitars or anything you want there, is the more natural sound you can get if you want a bass guitar sound in you tracks... it sounds pretty natural. Of course you need to have (or borrow) a bass guitar
     
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    I have one,

    but I produce on a laptop how would I hook it up?
     
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    My podX3 has usb connection to act as an interface for guitar/bass/mic. Also have a zoom multi fx thing that has usb as well. They probably all do these days. Software like guitar rig must come with some interface?
    It's money tho, would only be worth it if you're planning on playing in a lot of stuff yourself.
     
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    barnesy whats your myspace address or anyone in this thread for that matter?
     
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    click my sig (y)
     
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    Love that scream version-thing btw
     
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    its the logo for the Sherman Filterbank. :D
     
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    added mofo
     
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    its very easy, you can use a audio interfase or you can use asio4all drivers (they bypass windows routing maze and send the signal direct to your soft) ive done it with great results. you can download the drivers here http://www.asio4all.com if everything is set properly you should play without feeling mayor latency, i use guitar rig as a standalone app when im practicing with my bass cos i dont have a good bass Amp.

    theres plenty of tutorials outthere but if you need help you can ask me.

    hope this helps

    md
     
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