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I been working on trying to create a dubstep song. Well after a long amount of time just trying to get a good bass sound, fiddling around with my synths and such, I had an epiphany (sudden realization) that Why am I trying to create a new bass when I have one that is AWESOME in every way..

O.o The TB-303...

SO I heavily modified the sound by adding a wah pedal to it to create that wah bass. Or as you all somehow miss name it WUB. Really? I never got that.

A few slicers, rotaries, flanger and delay and I am good. Getting it all to mix down right was another pain and I still feel that the one bass is a bit muffled.

I only use hardware and mix down with Cakewalk Sonar. A professional DAW which FL studio will never be able to compete with.

Hardware used:

Roland TB-303 (All bass and leads)
Roland TR-909 (Bass Drum and Toms)
Roland TR-808 (High Hats and Crash)
Roland TR-505 (Snare)
Roland JP-8      (Backing Lead 1)
Roland Juno-G (Backing Lead 2/ Effects processor 1)
Korg KP3          (Effects Processor 2)
Mackie 802-VlZ3(The Mixer, Duh)
Multicom Pro-XL (Compressor/Limiter/Gate)
Roland CakeWalk Sonar 8 (DAW)
Dunlop Crybaby Wah Pedal

I hope you all enjoy.

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Type: Music - Single Track
Published: 3 years, 7 months ago
Rating: General

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2 years, 11 months ago
R....real hardware?? How COOL!
2 years, 11 months ago
Yeap. I have been using hardware for years now and it all started why I bought my 303.
2 years, 11 months ago
If I wanna have one, I'd love to choose 808. I love its drum sound. Perfect for Trap.
2 years, 10 months ago
Each drummachine has a unique sound. I love the 909 because of the pop the kicks has and snappy snares. Oh I mean that in sound and function as the TR-909 can play 32nd notes, not just 16ths which makes it snappy.

The TR-808 on the other hand has softer hats and snares but really makes up for it with that hard bass kicks and toms. When you want bass, the TR-808 delivers. Oh and that infamous Cowbell.

The TR-606 is another classic I love and it is the perfect balance between bass and pop when it comes to the kicks but the hats and ride are some the the crispest I ever heard and can really make your piece.

Then there is the TR-505 and I love this one for sythpop or even a bit of DNB because the machine really stands out above in quality when it comes to these genres.

I wish I had a 707, I haven't played with one yet. :P Those are just the drummachines.

If you never touched hardware in your life but want an instrument that can deliver in music, as a drummachine is just that, drums, you might want to get yourself a table top synth such as the Korg Electribe which contains a whole slew of synths and drums to boot. Then work your way to expand with new drummachines or table tops and eventually full out synths.
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