Growl/Reece Bass on Virus Ti

Discussion in 'Production' started by Techbug, Dec 10, 2015.

  1. Techbug

    Techbug New Member

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    Hi I would like to create a topic about Growl/Reece bass for Virus Ti users.

    I would like to see any links that you may have come across or step by step making Growl/Reece on the VirusTI.
    If you have Patches or you know where you can buy, please post links, videos, samples, examples, step by step guides or any other related VirusTi posts.

    These that I have found and came across.

    Tutorials on Youtube:




    Tutorials on DOA:
    http://www.dogsonacid.com/threads/the-tutorial-reece-bass-lead-with-patch-virus-ti.662251/
    same with the examples
    http://www.infekted.org/virus/showthread.php?t=31657

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    Patches to buy:
    Antidote:
    http://aslsoundlab.com/antidote-dnb-virus-ti#.VmlXcHbhBR1
    http://aslsoundlab.com/antidote-vol2-dnb-for-virus-ti#.VmlXZXbhBR0

    UltimateXsounds:
    http://www.ultimatexsounds.com/#!dubstep-x-sounds-vol1---more/cmyh

    Plasma Colab:
    http://plasmacolab.co/?product=virus-ti-soundset

    Thank you and I hope you will find this usefull and will contribute as well.
    Happy patching DNB heads.


    Techbug

    https://soundcloud.com/techbug
     
  2. djdizzy

    djdizzy Active Member

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    it looks like you got all the ones i'm aware of, you've probably already seen this one but i'll post it anyway

     
  3. Ncomfortable

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    to be honest the basic hypersaw preset of the ti on a low octave is pretty nice for reeces. ( the basic sound you have when you open the ti plug in )

    Record a long note, export in audio, load it up on a sampler, apply some modulation, process the shit out of that thing, but most importantly have fun ! :)