Cakewalk Announces New Gibson Electric Bass Expansion Pack for Rapture Pro and Rapture Session at the 2016 Winter NAMM Show
Includes New expansion pack features meticulous sampling of three iconic Gibson instruments
Boston, MA (January 20, 2016) – Cakewalk, dedicated to powerful and thoughtfully designed software for modern musicians, announces the new Gibson Bass Collection Expansion Pack at the 2016 NAMM Show (Gibson Booth 300B, Level 3). Designed for Cakewalk’s Rapture Pro and Rapture Session virtual instruments (available in VST3/AU/AAX/standalone formats), and sampled by expert sound designer Craig Anderton, this collection combines the warm, organic sound of three unique Gibson electric basses. The 28 programs also offer keyswitching to toggle between pick and finger attacks.
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The Midtown Bass captures the distinctive clarity and depth of this rare semi-hollow body bass, which is made from routed solid woods (rather than laminating woods around a solid center block). Its bright, punchy sound is ideal for pop/rock. For warm, raw power, the Les Paul Standard Bass features the classic tonewood combination of a mahogany body for richness with a solid carved maple top for “snap,” topped off by Thunderbird Bass pickups with ceramic magnets for “punch.”Finally, building on one of the most successful expansion packs ever for Cakewalk’s Dimension Pro synth, the EB 5-String Bass 2.0, with its eight unique pickup combinations, now takes full advantage of Rapture Pro/Session’s advanced features.
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