The Block Bumpin' Basses 3-floppy-disk set contains 29 instruments, perfect for everything from the boomiest rap tracks to the smoothest Hip Hop and R&B. With four variations of each instrument (Banks A through D), there are 116 unique basses in this bangin' set.
Ghetto Basses was designed specifically with the rap producer in mind. Syntaur put together 116 of the dirtiest and hardest-hitting bass sounds around (four variations of 29 instruments) and put them all into one collection perfectly suited for today's rap scene. These basses will be a welcome addition to any modern producer’s sonic arsenal.
Platinum Basses contains 112 of the cleanest, most pristine bass sounds (four variations of 28 instruments), perfect for the platinum producers of today. From electric guitars to Minimoogs, these basses covers the bases for R&B, Hip Hop, and dance tracks.
For more information, visit their web site at www.syntaur.com.
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