Rubbery Bass for Kontakt
Hand me down my walking cane, and y'all had better prepare yourself, because you never heard a sound like the Rubberbandbass. When I saw this short fat guy Stretch a band between his toes, hey, I laughed so hard, cause the man got down!
Sure, some people play $3000 Alembics or Double-basses worth more than their cars. But sometimes, you ain't got no cash and you just need to get down.
That's when you turn to the Rubberbandbass, its the bass for everyone!
This is a multi-sampled rubber band, a nice fat purple one if you care, for that rubbery bass-sound. As ever, extensive controls are provided. There is a choice of three different impulse-responses, including two acoustic-sounded woody soundboards and a Tweed amp along with a "Tone" control to adjust the midrange. A built in LFO, controlled by the modwheel can go from adding a bit of grrrmph buzz to a rubbery wobble. Two-octave pitchbend - hey, this thing is stretchy - and a choice monophonic modes with legato or full-time glide or polyphonic, and finally is a built-in delay.
Compatible with Kontatk 5.6.6 or higher (FULL Version NOT Kontakt Player)
The brushed-drum track on the demo is courtesy of user Vincent Sermonne from www.freesound.org
Notes below E0 play the extra-twisty rubber-band noises.
Glide menu: selects the playing mode:
"None": polyphonic, no glide
"Legato": monophonic, pitch glides to next note if notes are played legato
"Fulltime": monophonic, pitch always glides to next not.
"Linear Glide" button: select linear or log (logarithmic) gliding mode
(only visible if either "Legato" or "Fulltime" is selected above
Glide knob: controls the glide time (only visible if either "Legato" or "Fulltime" is selected above)
"LFO_freq": controls the frequency of the LFO which modulates the pitch
(vibrato). The amount of modulation is controlled by the modhweel.
"Tone" knob: cuts or boosts the midrange
"Tone" menu: select an impulse response function. Options are
"Acoustic 1" and "Acoustic 2" - two different acoustic-instrument responses
"Tweed Amp" - the response of a Tweed amplifier
"Note Off": controls the volume of the note-off samples
"Sustain" button: pressing this causes the notes to have a longer sustain.
"Del Time: controls the delay time of the built-in delay
"Delay": controls the amount of the built-in delay