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How to Make Fat, Warm Kicks and Bass Parts (techno - ableton, maschine)
Old 5th October 2016
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How to Make Fat, Warm Kicks and Bass Parts (techno - ableton, maschine)

I used to struggle with my kick and basslines. Because if they weren't playing nice the track when no where.

This was my story for a while.

On top of this I thought EQ or processing tricks would fix things. After lots of tinkering I learned they dont.

After a 5 year break from music I got back into it and in a few years have more than a dozen tracks in stores on quality labels with more on the way.

feel free to take a look and sign up here

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