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M-Audio Drum & Bass Rig

M-Audio Drum & Bass Rig

M-Audio Drum & Bass Rig [PC Windows x32 only]

M-Audio’s Drum & Bass Rig delivers a wide variety of bass and drum sounds in a single virtual rack. Compatible with most Mac and PC environments, Drum & Bass Rig incorporates four great sounding modules that can be used in stand-alone or plug-in mode. The RD-5 Real Drums module serves up tons of sampled drum kits and percussion. The EB-6 Electric Bass delivers authentic bass fingering, picking, slapping and more. The LC-7 Loop Creator allows easy and flexible creation and playback of sampled loops. And the BL-8 Bassline is ideal for creating electronic music bass lines. The master MIDI/Mixer section lets you route, split, layer and mix these four powerful modules in whatever way best suits your performance and recording needs. A master effects section even allows for adding a common effect in addition to the individual effect section included with each instrument.

Top Features:

* four top-quality virtual sound modules
* real drums, electric bass, looper and step bass modules
* use stand-alone or with a sequencer
* module and master effects processors
* compatible with most popular software

Beat It
The RD-5 Real Drums module features a comprehensive library of drum kits and individual drums in all styles, with control over tuning, tone, decay, panorama and level. Each kit also has adjustable overheads, room ambience and effects. All kits are GM-compatible and contain an additional standard percussion set.

Put Your Finger On Great Bass
The EB-6 Electric Bass module produces the sounds of authentically played electric bass guitars. This extensive collection includes a large selection of finger, pick, slap and fretless sounds featuring slides, dead notes and harmonics. The EB-6 also includes a built-in bass amp emulation with drive and tone controls, as well as an effects section for creative options. This electric bass collection is even topped off by a virtual analog synth bass model.

Get Loopy
The LC-7 Loop Creator is one of the most efficient and creative tools available for working with loops. Its pool of 250 source loops can be freely combined and flexibly manipulated by options such as slice-reordering, slice muting or group muting of ranges of slices. The LC-7 Loop Creator is designed for people who want their own loops but find it hard to create them from scratch. It also offers a vast range of real-time controls for dynamic playing/arranging.

Keep ‘Em Steppin’
The BL-8 Bassline module is a monophonic bass synthesizer combined with a powerful arpeggiator/step sequencer. Synth controls are straightforward and immediately accessible. An onscreen keyboard provides a familiar step-entry interface pioneered on vintage gear in this genre.

Multiple Effects
These virtual instrument modules each feature their own dual effects processors for delay, chorus, phaser and more. There’s also a master effects section that further processes the combined output of all modules.

Flexible Mixing and Assignment
You get an internal mixer and assignment controls that allow you configure independent MIDI channels for each module. But that’s not all… you can easily create splits and layers for things like left-hand bass with right-hand drums and other performance configurations.

Use It Your Way
M-Audio’s virtual racks let you use them as stand-alone instruments or with most host sequencers. Lots of people, for example, are just taking their keyboard and laptop to live performances. Compatibility with AU, VST and RTAS on also means that you can use it as sound sources for your tracks in Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Ableton Live, and, well, pretty much any popular music software.

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You may buy M-Audio Drum & Bass Rig or download it on our site. This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 21 May, 2009.


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