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69 Controls are available through the interface or through external midi controllers :


”Electric/Acoustic“ (cc03) (Only on Upright-Basses.)
Blends seemlessly between electric and acoustic Signal. The Upright-Bass was recorded in stereo. One channel contains the electric pickup signal, the other channel was recorded via a Neumann U87 Microphone.

”Center/Bridge” (cc02)
Blends seamlessly between center and bridge playing.
This simulates the right-hand-position of a bass player.

”Expression” (cc11)
On most basses you find different variants of the same articulation. The variants are available through cc11 Expression. For perfect control connect an expression pedal to your master keyboard. See the instruments articulation lists for details about which articulation contains expression samples.

Slide Speed (cc05) Lets you adjust the speed of the slides Slide Stop sustain (cc54) In slide mode 2 (Key A0) the slide begins as soon as you press a note. Use cc54 to decide if the stopping note should be a sustain or a hammer on sound, wich has a softer attack.

Release-Controls:
The Release Controls can be used to alter the Release of each note. This gives more life and realism to the sound. These effects appear when you release the note (Rel.Trigger)

”Squeeks - Control Release Trigger” (cc21)
The sound of the fingers gliding over the strings is added when releasing the key with this controller.

”Strum Noise - release trigger” (cc22)
The sound of strumming the strings to stop the note can be added when releasing the key.

”Stop Noise - release trigger” (cc23)
The sound of hitting the strings to stop the note can be added when releasing the key.

”Note Off - release trigger” (cc24)
A realistic Note Off sound can be added when releasing the keyboard key.
Six dynamics are available. Overall volume can be adjusted seamlessly.

Attack-Controls:
The Attack Controls can be used to alter the attack of each note.
This gives more life and realism to the sound.

”Attack 1” (cc25)
A hard, scratchy attack can be added with this slider.
Its produced by moving a plectrum over the strings.

”Attack 2” (cc26)
The Dead Notes have been programmed on the attack of the sound to provide a harder attack.

”Attack 3” (cc27)
The Strum Notes have been programmed on the attack of the sound to provide a harder attack.

Sound-Controls:

”Fall - Control“ Release Trigger (cc20)
When releasing the note, the sound slides down.

”Buzz“ Release trigger (cc28)
The sound of the string, rattling on the frets. These very badly played notes can be added to avoid overly perfect playing.

”Atmosphere“ (cc29)
the resonance of the bass body was captured seperately. You can add this atmospheric sound like a natural reverb.

”Flageolet Control” (cc30)
The flageolet overtones can be added with this controller. It fattens the sound and creates interesting Effects on staccato notes. Not realistic - but nice.

"Harmonize-Controls“ (cc50, cc53)
The harmonizer adds a certain interval to the notes. Interval (cc50): Select the interval with this controller. Harmonize Time (cc53): Sets a delay in ms to the harmonizer.

”Velocity min/max” (cc31/32)
If you find the up to 8 dynamics too much, you can control the velocity range with these sliders. You find them in the attack-control page in the interface.
Velocity min (cc31) sets the minimum velocity
Velocity max (cc32) sets the maximum velocity

”General-Controls”
Volume (cc07) Sets the volume of the complete instrument.
Panorama (cc10) Adjusts left - right pan.
Tune (cc09) All instruments are perfectly tuned to A=440hz If you like to detune the instrument, use this controller. cc09 can also be used as an alternative to the pitchbend.
Vibrato (cc01 Modwheel) Controls the vibrato.

Controls Midi-Controller