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Dnb Bass Help

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    CoryT : Wed 22nd Jun 2011 : 9 years ago

    I'm almost finished with my Drum N Bass track, but I cannot figure out how to make a bass loop, or find a bass loop that can go along with my track. I'm looking for a smooth flowing liquid sort of bass. I'm using Mixcraft 5 for the track. How do I do this? Thank you!

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    ST3RL1NG : Wed 22nd Jun 2011 : 9 years ago

    What Vsti's Do you have ??

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    CoryT : Wed 22nd Jun 2011 : 9 years ago

    None at the moment, that's another thing, I need to figure out how to put a Vsti in Mixcraft.

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    ST3RL1NG : Wed 22nd Jun 2011 : 9 years ago

    This Page mite help you with adding vsti's ,http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft/v4/help/hs1640.htm

    sterling.

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    Unknown User : Thu 23rd Jun 2011 : 9 years ago

    Sub Bass heavily distorted!!!!

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    Unknown User : Thu 23rd Jun 2011 : 9 years ago

    Check the two DNB bass loops that I have put up in here, I know it's not too much and they aren't that great.... but I dunno, it might be of any use to u, or not xD Anyways, let me know if u really used them okay? Thanks! Sorry if I can't be of any more use :/

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    Phyruis : Thu 23rd Jun 2011 : 9 years ago

    try checking Rollagee's loops he's sure to have something to suit

    https://www.looperman.com/users/profile/337508

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    Phyruis : Thu 23rd Jun 2011 : 9 years ago

    theres also Travis....aka rogueai

    https://www.looperman.com/users/profile/63133

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    HaxBox : Mon 11th Jul 2011 : 9 years ago

    I use FL studio and a Particular 3xOSC VST
    I was understimating by its simplicity, but i regreted it since it helped me make an awesome neurofunk bass :)

    If you want "liquid" you obviously mean a wobbling bass!

    Here is my suggestion, Find a VST that supports at least 2 Multi-Oscillators(Oscilators with the basic Waveforms) Chose 2 Square Waves, Detune to 8 or 7 Octaves, then tune the first oscillator's fine (fine or tilt) the first one to the left and the second oscillator to the right. Then add a LFO ammount about 60% and you can make automation with lfo speed. here you go :)

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