Chris Hein - Solo ContraBass

a bundle of 3 comprehensive Solo Contrabasses


„Solo Contrabass“ (38 articulations)

„German Contrabass“ (19 articulations)

„Italian Contrabass“ (19 articulations)

3 fantastic sounding Solo Contrabass Instruments. 

The 3 instruments in CH-Solo Contrabass have exactly the same features, but a completely different sound.

All instruments always sounds completely authentic both within an ensemble and performing solo.


Over 10,000 samples, 38 articulations and 4 different legato transitions. 

Unique phase align techniques enable perfect X-fade blending between up to 8 dynamic layers. 

Play from smooth & soft to screaming loud with completely natural sounding transitions, all without artefacts or phasing. 


Choose from a staggering 102 different attack shapes using the unique Note Head function, all with just a single fader. 

Two on-board convolution reverbs allow you to design the body of the instrument and the performance space itself. 

The DSP effects rack gives unlimited power to process the Viola sound, from soundtrack-ready to other-worldly. 


The detail, expression and functionality of Chris Hein - Solo Contrabass is simply unmatched.

Articulation Showcase

Audio Demos

Ultra Realistic Live Performance

The vast amount of articulations, dynamic layers and other functions make

Chris Hein - Solo Contrabass the perfect choice to simulate an ultra realistic live performance.

MIDI vs Live

„Concertissimo Finale“ by Przemyslaw Kopczyk

MIDI

MIDI re-production played with CH-Solo Contrabass

Live

 original live performance by Stansislav Anischenko

Main Features:

• 5,2 GB Content   

• 10.000 Samples per instrument 

• 38 Articulations 

• Up To 8 Dynamic Layers

• Unique Phase-Align technique

• 4 Dynamic Modes

• Dynamic Expression Sustains

• Note-Head Designer

• Hot-Keys

• Intelligent Legato & Portamento

• Glide-Mode To play realistic runs

• 10 built in DSP-Effects

• 2 independent Convolution Reverbs

• 63 high class impulse responses

• Attack- & Release Controls

• Special Noise Controls

• Ensemble Maker

• Micro-Tuner

• Adjustable Fader Settings in the UI

• Intelligent LFO-Vibrato including EQ

• Customizable Auto-Vibrato

• Key-Vibrato

Articulations

• Sustain

• Sustain Vibrato

• Dynamic Expression Long

• Dynamic Expression Short

• Lyrical Vibrato

• Accent Vibrato

• Flautando

• Flageolet

• Flageolet Short

• Ponticello

• Ponticello Tremolo

• Ponticello Tremolo Crescendo

• Pizzicato / Bartok Pizz.

• 6 x Short

• 6 x Spiccato

• Trill Minor

• Trill Major

• Fall

• Doit

• Ricochet

• Col Legno

• Run Up

• Run Down

• Slide Up

• Slide Down

• Tempo Measured Repetitions

• Effects

Realtime Control

There are many ways to control the many functions of the CH-Solo Violin.

The minimum requirement is a MIDI - keyboard and a computer. You can draw all MIDI CC data in your DAW.

However, a set of hardware faders and pedals helps to achieve a good realtime performance.

Beside that, there are a bunch of cool controllers to make a realtime performance fun.

Realtime performance using Hardware MIDI controllers

Watch Berthold Matschat in a

realtime performance with

CH-Solo Violin using various

hardware MIDI Controllers.


Berthold controls six functions in realtime:

Articulation presets changes via Keyswitches

X-Fade via Yamaha BC1 Breath controller

Note Heads via Expression foot pedal

Volume

Artificial Vibrato on/off

Portamento Legato via sustain pedal

Based on Hexlers TouchOSC, 

I programmed a Real Time Controller for iPad.

Its not just fun to edit each and every function in

CH-Solo Violin from your iPad, the biggest benefit is, you can easiliy record the edits directly into your DAW. 


Instead of fiddling with midi CCs in your sequencer, just press record and move the knobs and faders on your iPad/iPhone to record the controller movements with your sequence.

Just get TouchOSC for a cheap prize at the Apple App Store, and install the Real Time Controller which is included in the downloads.

Leap Motion & GECO Midi

Here you see me controlling CH-Orchestral Brass with the

Leap Motion. It works the same way with CH-Solo Violin

Bernd Keul playing the CH-Solo Violin

with the Leap Motion and GECO Midi

The Leap Motion is an inexpensive sensor, which can be used in combination with the GECO midi app

to control multiple MIDI CCs at once with intuitive gestures of the left hand while playing the notes with the right hand.

TouchOSC Realtime Controller for iPad

Free Cubase Demo Projects

For all users of CH-Solo Strings, these free demo projects

help you to get started and show some some tricks

on how the demo songs were made.

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