how to: bitcrush/yei bass tutorial vid

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Here's one i kicked up, was a bit bored. I found a C64 voice sound from my sampler and started there.

boy this new attachment manager was hard to use....
 

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Joey AdhD

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C'mon peeps he was trying to help and most of the comments on here are about his chewing gum.
sorry dude, jus i dont know nothing about production at all, i jus wanted to know how they made that sound, i thought the recorded someone goin "yei" and fannied about with it...

as you cen see i know jack shit so any other comment other then one about chewy would have been crap anyway...

cheers tho blad.
 

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sorry dude, jus i dont know nothing about production at all, i jus wanted to know how they made that sound, i thought the recorded someone goin "yei" and fannied about with it...

as you cen see i know jack shit so any other comment other then one about chewy would have been crap anyway...

cheers tho blad.
Tbh mate, i bet if u gave that a go i bet you'd get a decent enuff copy lol,
 

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How do you like reason? I started diddling around in FL but im trying to decided what i'm going to start using.
well i started with fl its a fairly easy program to learn to use and the advantage over it is that has vsts
On the reason side i use it for almost every thing its a soild program has what you need and does it quiet well i just prefer the work flow on it . but over all its a solid program and does what it needs to with no bs.
Then again the downfall of it is you can record audio in but that can be easily delt with a rewire or recording in audacity and putting it in the sampler .And also no vsts but the effects,synths, ect it comes with are solid.
 
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