what should i buy to start producing liquid Drum & Bass

sub_pressure

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hi all. i have my own studio on the top floor of a mill. i have just got a macbook laptop and i want to start producing liquid D&B! what programs should i use and where do i start when making the amazing drum & Bass beats. is it all in the high-hats or is it a delay on the snare? or how is it made?????????????????

cheers chris
 

MARKLAR

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a bottle of water!

na but seriously you shud get logic or reason
 

Dustek

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You're going to have master a shitload of things to make good tracks but Logic is a good start. There is no magic recipe to making great tracks.
 

Mattix

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You're going to have master a shitload of things to make good tracks but Logic is a good start. There is no magic recipe to making great tracks.

Well there is one reciepe...you take a little bit of sub, add a dash of focus, mix that with some phat sounds and various synths, put it in the firdge for about 2 weeks and you should get a masterpiece! AHAHAHAHAHA - thats so cool! Im so cool!
 

RevTech

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Fl is nice for it too, just need the right plugins. Z3ta+ is nice for it. Zebra too. for bass just use a 3x osc and make a sub.

I wonder if it's alright to scratch to Liquid. I might get killed by the wanker police if I did so tho.
 

CheesyPOOF5

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Just use whatever program comes natural to you. Most of them have free trials, try them out and pick one. It's all in the creativity and hard work.
 
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