Free 1960s Electronic Bass Plugin

Rare Rheem Kee Bass emulated      26/06/21

Martinic are offering their Rheem Kee Bass plugin for free,to anyone who signs up to their site. The Kee Bass was one of the first monophonic string bass emulators with individual note tuning for relatively easy and accurate voicing. It was an early collaboration between a 1950s American businessman and a Japanese electronics company which became a cult-classic monophonic string bass synth.

The plugin emulates the thick bass sounds of the original keyboard alongside all of the visual and sonic quirks the original model possessed.Here are some of the features:

  • Bass Fuzz sound - built in
  • Percussion - Fast decay
  • Percussion - Slow decay
  • Sustain
  • Bright-Mellow option on all sounds
  • 2 Full Octave Keyboard
  • Modeled Solid State Electronic Circuitry
  • 2.5 MB Portable Lightweight Beauty
  • Plays Booming String Bass Notes when loaded into any VST/AU host


Here's a video of the original unit in action:

 

 

Get your free license here: https://www.martinic.com/en/products/kee-bass

 

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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