Bass Ray5 Lite
Experience the most versatile bass sound with Music Man Stingray 5
Bass Ray5 fLite eatures a Music Man Stingray 5 Bass. The first bass designed by Ernie Ball Music Man, the Stingray 5 was unveiled in 1987 and has been an industry standard for extended range basses ever since. With its powerful punchy sound, the added flexibility of additional pickups and a comfortably contoured body the Stingray 5 satisfies even the most demanding of players. The Stingray 5 was the first bass to feature active electronics and advancements such as a 6-bolt neck joint, contoured body, superior neck truss-rod system, and rock-solid bridge. T
Deeply sampled over 21GB uncompressed contents, over 7,600 samples, with multi velocity layers and round robin samples, Bass Ray5 Lite aims at precisely reproducing the versatile and modern bass sound. To achieve the best possible sound, it took our team several months to prepare the sample recording. We have recorded left and right channels with different amps so this gives users more flexibility in shaping their final sound.
Bass Ray5 Lite covers pick and lead finger playing methods. What’s more, we also sampled as much as techniques available on this Bass, including Mute, Sustain, Slides, Bend, Falls, Hammer On and Pull Off.
Modelling Legato gives user a lot of more freedom than before
You can start legato or glissando anytime you want, on any technique it has, not limited to the patch that has sampled legato. Also, you can change timbre in real times as a modeled instrument. With modeling technology, you can get an instrument that sound keeps changing, not the fixed or dead as a sampled instrument. In audio demos, you can clearly hear how the instrument changes through time; give the sound unlimited possibilities and varieties.
Modelled Vibrato, Slides and Bends
We further expanded our technology to achieve more authentic sounds from sampling without sacrificing creative control. For perspective, this means starting with non-vibrato and then fading in vibrato sustain while changing depth and speed. Or, you can also change Slide or Bend speed in real time while setting different destination notes.