Musicrow Intros Bass Lab Synthesizer For Reaktor

Musicrow has released Bass Lab – an ‘extreme bass synth’ for Native Instruments Reaktor. It was previously only available as part of a bundle.

Here’s what they have to say about Bass Lab:

Bass Lab is your laboratory for electronic bass sounds. This powerful synthesizer was designed with one purpose in mind: to assemble the ultimate machine for the production of ultra-modern fat and punchy electronic basses.

With 14 different saw waveforms, 11 different types of low pass filters, super fast envelopes, a transient shaper for extra punch, a bass booster for more low end, distortion and wave-shaping tools, a speaker emulation and much more – Bass Lab will take your electronic bass sound to a new level!

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Features:

  • 14 different saw waveforms to choose from (Including famous hardware waveform emulations)
  • 11 different types of low-pass filters
  • Bass booster section for more low-end
  • Transient shaper section for extra punch
  • Ultra fast envelopes with a break-point and two decay times, for the creation of punchier and more defined bass sounds
  • Special noise and effects section
  • Advanced saturation section for adding extra fat before the filter stage
  • 3 distortions (Overdrive, Analog Distortion and Digital Distortion)
  • Oscillator ‘Analog Mode’
  • Speaker emulation for extra character

Bass Lab is priced at €49, but is currently available for an introductory price of €39.

via Noam Gingold


2 thoughts on “Musicrow Intros Bass Lab Synthesizer For Reaktor

  1. I am curious to hear some samples from this. How does this software separate itself from the other 1000+ specialty bass synths out there? Are we talking about Benny B. Bass or some wicked Dub Step warbling? Does it come with a useful Arp? All questions that hopefully a demo can answer.

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