Another question from me...

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  1. Cat Gas

    Cat Gas Aka Basis

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    On this (Taxman - Too Bad VIP): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zkEppr68PM
    The falling LFO Wobble bass.
    how can I make the bass falling with the pitch bend in NI Massive? :confused: I'm less bothered about the wobble, I just want to get the kind of falling effect.
     
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  2. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    Without being able to hear your example (on my phone right now) I'd have to guess. If you want to gradually speed up or slow down an lfo you would create an automation of the lfo's speed dial. And the pitch would be done via your piano roll in FL ( if I remembered right that what your using). To do this you would put a sustained note over X amount of bars, then upnear the top lef of the piano roll is a small triangle button. Click that, this has now chosen the pitch bend mode, then lay a note where you want the original note to bend to, and whereyou want it to bend, you will notice the note has a small triangle in it also, this note will not actually be played, it's just there to tell the original note to bend up or down to there. Unfortunately as far as I'm aware, you can only pitch bend notes that have been created using FLs built in synths, or samples. Any third party vst noises can't be bent (someone correct me if I'm wrong)
     

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