Upbeat, lively, colorful
SLAP is the wild child among our bassists. A modern, sophisticated and off the wall virtuoso. Forget about cheesy slap sounds à la Seinfeld! Driving your song with character and soul, this is the ever energetic creative live wire. In parallel there’s all the reliable professionalism you expect: SLAP shows up on time and lays down incredibly realistic basslines. Best of both worlds! With SLAP you will compose impressive bass performances easily.
What’s in there?
- 30 Styles with over 350 individual phrases
- Both Slap and Finger style playing techniques
- More than 100 Presets & 30 Finisher Multi-Effect Modes
- MIDI Drag & Drop, Resizable User Interface
SLAP will energize any production with electric bass lines, but it’s particularly great on Pop, Funk, Jazz and Rock tracks. Especially highly rhythmical patterns and uptempo styles are its forte.
The advanced recording and phrase techniques used in SLAP will make your heart jump with joy. It’s based on a Stingray bass with active pick-up system which provides the spirited yet balanced character. The playing styles and patterns are convincingly realistic with the sophistication of a highly seasoned professional bass player. All the while you can control this goodness with just a few MIDI notes and clicks.
Features at a glance
SLAP, with its combined slap and finger techniques, perfectly complements Virtual Bassist ROWDY which is plectron-based.
The Hard Facts
Windows 10 or later
macOS 10.14 or later
64 bit only
You may have success on earlier versions but UJAM doesn’t support and fully qualify them.
8 GB of RAM
7.23 GB of Disk Space
1280x768px Display, Internet Connection. If you want to move your .blob file to an external drive, we recommend the use of a SSD to prevent dropouts.
VST, AU 2, and AAX
AU 2 version only compatible with Logic Pro X and newer.
Downloadable Installer File
E-mail and Password Within the Plug-in
Virtual Bassist Bundle: https://soundcloud.com/ujam-instruments/sets/virtual-bassist-2-demo-tracks?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing
Derek von Krogh’s Walkthrough video: