Liquid Pads

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what do u mean mate? do u mean like wobble bass like the kind u hear on nearly all of netskys tunes? or actual pads in the background of a tune?
 

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I've gotten very smooth liquid-like pads by using a single osc triangle wave using magical 8-bit plug, then processing it with an LFO filter, chorus, a tiny bit of phasing, and then finishing up with delay and reverb. It's quite nice.
 

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I've gotten very smooth liquid-like pads by using a single osc triangle wave using magical 8-bit plug, then processing it with an LFO filter, chorus, a tiny bit of phasing, and then finishing up with delay and reverb. It's quite nice.
where can I find that plugin?
 
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If you are using ableton

1. create a pad sound , if you dont know how , search pad in dnbforums search bar and you will find a tutorial on how to make one , i know there is a topic on here
2. turn the midi files into audio by freezing and flatenting or resampling
3. sample your pad and add a lfo to your filter , really not that hard
 
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