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written by: carvingCode

Thanks, Mike.

Duncan: I used the 'Jaco' bass patch from UltraAnalog, 'ChorusedRhoades' patch from LoungeLizard and 'Sweet Lead' from Tassman. Those are all from AAS.

In the mixer, I panned the drums and bass to the left -0.3, the keyboard to the right 0.3. I left the lead in the center.

I also set up the GlaceVerb reverb VST (free download) on Fx Send 1 in the mixer to run everything through a slight reverb. Setting for bass is 99, for keyboard is 62, for lead is 98 and for drums 82. These settings are for the default patch setting in GlaceVerb.

Randy

written by: carvingCode

Thu, 22 Dec 2011 04:25:39 +0000 GMT

Here's a short experiment I did recently with the Tau and a couple of AAS patches. I really like the 'Jaco' bass patch.

This is really more of an experiment than a finished tune, so bear with. Quite slow and groovy... ;)

Slow Meld


written by: john

Thu, 22 Dec 2011 06:58:02 +0000 GMT

That sounds great.

John


written by: carvingCode

Thu, 22 Dec 2011 12:03:04 +0000 GMT

'Great' is stretching it, but I'll take the compliment. Thanks.

Randy


written by: mikemilton

Thu, 22 Dec 2011 14:02:24 +0000 GMT

I'm with John on this one. Great work


written by: GoneCaving

Thu, 22 Dec 2011 14:42:56 +0000 GMT

Sounds good. I like the style. Which AAS patches/AU are you using?

D


written by: carvingCode

Thu, 22 Dec 2011 15:40:23 +0000 GMT

Thanks, Mike.

Duncan: I used the 'Jaco' bass patch from UltraAnalog, 'ChorusedRhoades' patch from LoungeLizard and 'Sweet Lead' from Tassman. Those are all from AAS.

In the mixer, I panned the drums and bass to the left -0.3, the keyboard to the right 0.3. I left the lead in the center.

I also set up the GlaceVerb reverb VST (free download) on Fx Send 1 in the mixer to run everything through a slight reverb. Setting for bass is 99, for keyboard is 62, for lead is 98 and for drums 82. These settings are for the default patch setting in GlaceVerb.

Randy



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