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Rob Papen Releases SubBoomBass II Bass Synth Plugin

Second-generation sample and waveform plugin offers new features and functionality, with a new interface to improve workflow.

The original version of Rob Papen‘s SubBoomBass has been featured on everything from chart topping hits, underground anthems and Hollywood film scores by artists like Teddy Riley, Junkie XL, Noisia and Hannah V to name but a few.

Fast forward to 2017 and Rob Papen has released SubBoomBass II, the second coming of a plugin packed full of new features and functionality, all combined with a fresh new interface to speed up your workflow. SubBoomBass II has your low-end covered whatever your genre or style of electronic music.

Key Features include:
— Over 1900 presets designed by sound designer Rob Papen and guest artists
— Includes 80 samples including Acoustic Bass, Taiko Drum, Conga, Djembe, Timpani, Toms and more
— Brand new interface with improved workflow
— Easy mode for quick manipulation of key sound design parameters
— New spectrum waveforms and samples are included
— 2 oscillators offering 128 waveform types, sampled bass & percussion samples and physical modelling
— 2 filters with over 20 types available
— Physical string modelling powered by a version of the Karplus-Strong to help create sting-based sounds
— An X/Y screen with new pattern mode for running 4 sequences
— Easy to use Bank and Presets Manager
— Modulation Matrix with both basic and advanced modes
— 16-step Sequencer which can be arranged in Pattern Mode for longer passages
— 2 independent FX units with 29 effect type

SubBoomBass II is available to buy now for £79.95 / €99.00. An upgrade path is also available for just £33.95 / €39.00

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