Latest VST Buzz Deal – 65% Off “Epica Bass” by Sam SpaceyKontakt Player & NKS compatible

Latest VST Buzz Deal – 65% Off “Epica Bass” by Sam Spacey
Kontakt Player & NKS compatible

The new deal from VST Buzz might be of interest for those who have a penchant for the world of analog synths, and basses in particular.

Epica Bass…

analogue bass synth library obsessively sampled from a large collection of all-star classic analogue synths and modulars.
No emulations or plugins were used in the recording of Epica Bass as Sam believes that to truly capture the saturated harmonically rich textures that true analogue synthesis brings, you have to keep the recording chain as purely analogue as the source synths themselves.

A Dedicated Analog Bass Synth Library For The Ultimate In Searing Bass Lines!
From the vintage Neve preamp and the UBK Fatso hardware to the boutique guitar distortion pedals and Kush Audio Elektra EQ’s, the gear involved in the making of this Kontakt instrument ensures that Epica Bass sits perfectly in the mix without the need to pile on plugins.
•4 x dedicated synth parameter pages
•An extensive Arpeggiator page
•A complete FX Rack – Delay, Convolution Reverb, SSL EQ, 1176 Compressor, Flanger, Chorus, Bit Crush etc. to further polish your sound.
The custom 6-page interface has been designed to give you full control over your sound without slowing down the creative juices!
From Vintage 70’s To Contemporary Music Styles
“Epica Bass” is chock full of classic retro-synth sounds that are perfect for providing that thumping bass you need for many musical styles.

There are 16 pages of NKS parameters to tweak, download is direct from VST Buzz with RAR files and authorisation is via Native Access.

The price is a very attractive 23.00 Euros.

Here is the product page:
https://vstbuzz.com/deals/65-off-epica-bass-by-sam-spacey/?utm_source=VSTBuzz+Deals&utm_campaign=cfc4887e67-EMAIL_EpicaBass_TS2_2021_02_03&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8656c2da47-cfc4887e67-100445401&mc_cid=cfc4887e67&mc_eid=22b792173b

Here is a walkthrough from Sam Spacey:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdCFoOyYyEY

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