Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live
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What do you think? Something for Electro/house/hiphop and even ones that sound like realy bass guitars.
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SubBoomBass rocks, as I've been known to say on here before.
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Arturia JP8V and Minimoog 2 and Moog Modular for synth bass.
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+1 on moog synths, a fan of those.
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"Let you're body feel the sound! Let it cover you up and down!"
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3dot... wrote:Ableton Live...
I've heard that Ableton Live is a really good Bass VST....
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I use Massive for most electronic bass, sometimes Operator.
Trilogy for non-electronic basses (or sampled electronic bass) kicks serious ass. Trillian is probably many times better.