Impact Soundworks Releases Shreddage 3 Precision FREE


Impact Soundworks has released Shreddage 3 Precision FREE, a freely downloadable bass guitar sound library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Shreddage 3 Precision FREE is based on the premium Shreddage 3 Precision bass guitar virtual instrument by Impact Soundworks. Compared to the full edition of the library, the free version features a two-octave note range (instead of three and a half) sampled across four frets, with fewer articulations (fingered sustains and pops). That said, it is still a very useful bass instrument for fingerstyle p-bass playing with a warm DI sound.

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The library features up to four dynamic layers and four round-robin variations per sampled note. The custom front panel for NI Kontakt offers extensive fine-tuning controls for various performance parameters and tone properties. The user can adjust the instrument’s behavior like pops and release noises, in addition to accessing the effects console (30 built-in effects) and the full-featured virtual mixer.

Impact Soundworks also launched a site-wide sale with up to 70% OFF deals on Kontakt libraries. The sale ends on December 31st, 2019. Find more discounts on our Christmas 2019 Audio Plugin Deals page.

To download your free copy of Shreddage 3 Precision FREE, visit the product page linked below and complete the free checkout process. You will need to install the free Pulse Downloader application for managing the download files. The download is individually watermarked for each registered user, tying it to your purchase. Please note that the full version of NI Kontakt is also required. The instrument will only work for fifteen minutes in the free Kontakt Player.

More info: Shreddage 3 Precision FREE (1 GB download size, ZIP archive, requires the full version of NI Kontakt and Pulse Downloader application)

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