StudioB: The Collection
Produced by Alan Lastufka of Bela D Media
Studio B consist of an acoustic bass guitar, an electric guitar (a custom version of the PRS Project6 guitar) and three seperate drum kits; two played with sticks and one played with hot-rod brushes.
Combined you have the fundamental backing tracks for many pop/rock/blues and jazz tracks. All three are unique instruments.
The acoustic bass guitar is something rarely sampled, and we have sampled seperate index finger and middle finger variations for every articulation, including sustains, marcatos, pops, slaps and more... (not to mention a very fun effects and slides toolbox)
The guitar is simple but powerful. It is not distorted to the point of being crunchy, but its amped, not direct in - making it perfect for backing tracks or focused leads.
Last are the drums; recorded and programmed in the true multitrack technique used by all professional recording studios. You get eight mic positions with full bleed in every mic. One snare crack and its felt through all the mics, which can be assigned to seperate outputs from Kontakt, allowing for individual gating, EQing and reverbing of each mic. You don't get this authentically in any other drum library we are aware of in the Kontakt format.
This all results in the most authentic multisampled blues/rock package you could ask for - and you won't believe the price!!
From day to day I know more and more that i'm gonna eat bread and drink water till the end fo this year
gr8 stuff Francis!
Yeah I know what you mean...I've only had a VSTPC a few months and already got GS3,Monzter Guitars,RMX,Atmosphere,Korg Collection,Komplete 2 and care package 2005,Vintaudio group buy,various Sonic Implant downloads,Backbeat,etc....Now I just found out yesterday NI released a Komplete Sound package which I HAVE to have at the price they are offering, already started saving for Melodyne Cre8 and of course all those $99 Xpanders are a MUST!...I just read in Recording magazine that the software section was the most congested and hyped area of NAMM and I believe it! I can safely say that with all this new stuff I've been using has been the inspiration I've been looking for...Just can't eat now!
I can only assume that you have a price point in mind for StudioB. If you do the math and compare; the drums alone are normally sold in the $199.99 - $249.99 market, if not more. Add the bass, with intense multi-samples and yet another Project6 PRS sampled guitar… toss it all on a DVD.