5 New Sampled Bass Guitar Libraries From Dan Dean – Only $99 Until January 25th!

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The folks at Audio Plugin Deals in collaborations with Dan Dean have just launched an exclusive collection that features 5 different bass guitar libraries, each with its own distinctive sound. The DD Signature Bass Collection will only be available from January 12th-25th.

These instruments have been sampled in incredible detail using Accusample™ technology. It’s a painstaking process making sure all the samples sound extremely consistent with ultra-low noise floors. It takes days and days just to sample an instrument this smoothly and evenly.

Each instrument features multiple dynamics and round robin variations. Every bass has up to 34 different preset timbres… and these aren’t just emulations in Kontakt. In most cases, the signal chain includes classic outboard amps and cabinets which have been sampled for ultimate realism.
The libraries also include interface controls for effects and performance to further tweak the sounds. With all these options for customization, these libraries will give the perfect tone not just for jazz projects, but for all musical genres.

Who’s Dan Dean?

As a Jazz bassist, Dan Dean’s performances are distinguished and varied, having worked with artists such as BB King and Dionne Warwick. He’s one of the original pioneers of sampled instruments, beginning with the “first generation” AKAI sampler, progressing to Gigasampler and now producing top-of-the-line Kontakt libraries. This newly compiled collection comprises five of his most popular bass guitar libraries.

Price and Availability
$99, only available until January 25th. Run, don’t walk!

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