Moo Coo Cow Bassist, Guitarist

Some of the most responsive instrument emulations come from Moo Cow Music, whose entries include Bassist (V. 1, $2.99), which lets you trigger electric-bass sounds from a virtual fretboard with a variety of articulations; and Guitarist ($3.99), which offers several different ways to play a virtual electric guitar, and includes delay, wah, and fuzz effects. The company also makes piano, organ, and full-band emulations.
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Some of the most responsive instrument emulations come from Moo Cow Music, whose entries include Bassist (V. 1, $2.99), which lets you trigger electric-bass sounds from a virtual fretboard with a variety of articulations; and Guitarist ($3.99), which offers several different ways to play a virtual electric guitar, and includes delay, wah, and fuzz effects. The company also makes piano, organ, and full-band emulations.

BASSIST FEATURES, AT A GLANCE

Multiple samples for each note and playing a random one each time you pluck the string
All notes samples from a real bass guitar
Easily scroll about the fretboard, up to the 12th fret
Four and five-stringed basses; five-string provides an additional lower-B string
Right- and left-handed bassists supported
Fret and Pluck interface where you fret strings and then pluck or strum at a representation of a pickup to play them
Hammer-On interface, which you play notes simply by striking at the fret

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GUITARIST FEATURES, AT A GLANCE

Guitar interfaces include Manual Fret, Hammer On, Tab and Scale
Two guitar types (patches) can be loaded at any one time and recorded together; patches range from acoustic guitars to distorted electric guitar
Add additional effects with a separate effects bus
Digital Delay, WahWah, Fuzz effects included

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