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Bornemark software recently released their virtual bass player for VST host applications, and now has a free "Gift Pack" of new sounds for registered users.
Featuring more than 20 multi-sampled classic and special bass instruments, Broomstick Bass comes fully loaded with bass riffs and grooves in a variety of styles and genres. Simply play some chords and listen to Broomstick Bass follow your musical intentions.
Add in Gift Pack 1 Premiere Edition, a free download, and you have more instruments and styles for even greater creativity.
Included in Gift Pack 1 are two new instruments: a violin-body Hofner 500/1 Beatle Bass (as played by Paul McCartney) and a nasty SidStation bass that makes retro computer game fanatics shiver with joy. In addition, there are12 new styles covering a variety of genres.
Gift Pack 1 is free to registered users.
For more information, visit their web site at www.bornemark.se