Ample Bass P (ABP) – New electric bass instrument based on Fender Precision Bass samples bass.
Ample Sound makes precise sound reproduction of classical instruments in a virtual software with accuracy and pristine clarity.
ABP library contains samples of 3.6 GB, which is, of course, recorded on each fret. Ample Bass P Bass has 14 articulations: Sustain, Palm Mute, Natural Harmonic, Hammer On & Pull Off, Legato Slide, Slide in & out, Pop, Slap, Tap, Accentuated, Staccato and Dead Note. Legato articulation can be used to achieve a legato notes of any length, height and polyphony.
– Redesigned Tab Player for bass tab. All articulations and notations are supported by the tab player. Realistic Tab playback can be achieved through fine parameter adjustments and humanizations.
– Auto Buzz System. Buzz noises can make bass performance more expressive and realistic. Ample Bass buzz system enables users to arbitrarily control of start position, duration and amplitude of a buzz. Alternatively, Ample Bass could also randomize the whole buzz sound process.
– Groovy Single-Note Bassline. Repetitive one-note basslines are a common technique in bass performance, particularly in the rock genre. Ample Bass contains a unique method of delivering one-note bass lines, One-note loops have been recorded for every fret with a groovy, tasty feel and lossless quality as the tempo is changed. No more bland and robotic ‘machine gun effect’.
– Slap & Sustain in one MIDI Track. Using keyswitches, users can switch between Sustain (normal group) and Slap and Pop on the fly. Ample Bass also provides a “combined keyswitches” feature, which allows users to play both Slap and Pop articulations on specific strings. For example, you could assign the Slap articulation to the G and D strings, and the Pop articulation to the A and E strings.
– Alternate Tuning. Ample Bass supports alternate tunings to the lowest note of a 5-string bass.
– Carefully designed left hand techniques and sample groups.
– Legato with variable duration, pitch and polyphony.