The development team from Martinic has introduced a new plugin Kee Bass, emulating the same name monophonic bass synthesizer from Rheem. The presented VSTi simulates the operation of the vintage Rheem Kee Bass in an attempt to accurately reproduce its sound. Some modern options have been added to make it more versatile and unique. There are no samples inside. Instead, they use subtractive synthesis and schematic modeling to recreate the musical qualities of their physical prototype. As a result, at the output we have a powerful low-frequency bass instrument, which pleased with its ease of use. The appearance of the plug-in follows the old-school design and shape of Rheem Kee Bass. On the front there is a lever for adjusting the bass strength, bypassing the bypass switch and four buttons for adjusting tone, fuzz, sustain and decay. These visual knobs are suitable for easy control of the audio signal. However, they will not allow you to radically deform the sound. The settings contain an improved panel for deeper editing of parameters. Interestingly, most of the controls are missing from the original tool. Easily control the cut and resonance levels of the low pass filter, experiment with modulation, change the volume envelope, turn on the polyphony function, or transpose the keyboard. A distinctive feature of the plug-in is the full coverage of the entire spectrum of 128 MIDI notes. You can use it to play leads and simple background pads. At the moment, the set includes more than 30 presets to simplify your work. Vintage jazz, arpeggio lead, dark strings and more can be found among the ready-made presets.
Martinic - Kee Bass 1.0.0 VSTi x86 x64
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