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To be honest, its going to have to be a stylistic choice you make. I usually have a general idea for what i want as a sound (single plucked lead, sidechained pad lead, arppegio'd lead) and just cycle until i find a good preset, then fiddle with the vst until it is interesting and unique enough.

If you don't have many vst's yet, or can't find something you like, just start with a basic delayed/reverb piano. Figure out notes/beat/pattern for your melody. You can always switch the instrument if it doesn't fit.
 

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If you don't have many vst's yet, or can't find something you like, just start with a basic delayed/reverb piano. Figure out notes/beat/pattern for your melody. You can always switch the instrument if it doesn't fit.
thanks mate, downloading a free piano vst called 4front. ill try what you said and put a little bit of reverb on it and make a melody

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okay so i jst added a piano with reverb and it sounds quality. thanks for the advice. this is how it sounds now: https://soundcloud.com/umzii%2Fdrum-and-bass-2
 
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