There are 2 folders. One is a looped DI slap bass part. The tone is not a finished product tone, but I wanted to use it for an example of these presets. And the DI clips have the lick played twice, and the presets change when the lick loop. So that means each single audio clip displays 2 presets, and the presets are in the title. The second set of clips are from an single track of a mic-ed up cab on an amped bass. These have 1 preset per clip. Because of the source material that I had available, which is in 44,1kHz/24bit, that is the sample-rate of the presets as well. I am not even suggesting that all of the sample-rates sound identical, but I am trying to help out Henry and give you all a small glimpse at the subtle but awesome differences these have. I did not play the bass on either of the clips, and there may even be a few odd-ball notes. But these ARE free examples, right? Go support your friendly Nebula devs (ALL of them!!).
For those who loved the Bootsified bass chain but bemoaned the lack of other sample rates supported, I worked for most of this afternoon while watching the Olympics to make your wishes come true. That guy Federer is incredibly mentally tough. WOW!!
Yes, and this is as awesome as everything Henry has been developing lately. I love having "tweakability" with my audio, so I am a little surprised how much I am loving all of Henry's prestes. Maybe I just like his choices, but this master buss preset library is very diverse and useful. From subtle sweetening to mildly scooped mids. I will try to get some quick samples up in a few hours. Look here!!
I believe that's a built in security feature that locks you out if you give a wrong password signing in. Perhaps with a blank one as well. It's not permanent. There is the odd gremlin in the code that creates unpredictable behaviour but I can usually resolve that manually if problems are e-mailed to me. You may need to use the pasword reminder/reset feature if it keeps happening.