Bass Guitar One goes into great detail in capturing the experience of playing a real bass guitar with fretless hard fingerstyle sounds, sampled in several layers for each note. It responds to the pressere of your fingers on the screen with subtle and natural sounding changes in the tone of the instrument.
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Great advertisement for the full fledged App
At least that’s what I’m hoping.
With all of the great audio/music production apps available for iOS, I’m always bummed out that the only decent sounding (and responding) Electric bass guitar simulator that I can find is the one within GarageBand - which isn’t even that great.
But this has got me thinking that with the features of the ifretless bass, it will surpass my expectations.
Ideally I would just be recording the real thing, which I do, but sometimes I’m focused on recording some other “real deal” - usually guitar - so having a version of this that operates within AUM and AURIA PRO (and with bram bros rozetta sequencing) should open some doorways.
It’s kind of expensive at $15, but like I said - this free app was a great advertisement. Let’s hope it’s worth it.
Honestly I can’t believe this is possible on an iPhone. The velocity sensitivity of this app is beyond anything else I’ve seen.
I’m sure this would be a great app but I’m unsure what’s the difference between this app and IFretless Bass. Can someone assist.
Developer Response ,
This app has the same core functionality as iFretless bass. iFretless Bass adds MIDI, audio unit support, many more bass instrument choices, an Equalizer, and other options that this one doesn’t have.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.