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    Free Filter House Bass Instrument Rack for Ableton Live

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    Hey all,

    So, I made a "filter house bass" Ableton Live Instrument Rack, all based on a sample of my x0xb0x (a TB-303 clone). It's designed to get bass sounds similar to those in tracks like Daft Punk's "Voyager" and Patrick Alavi's "Power." Though, even just by playing with the seven macros, it is capable of a lot of different tones, so you can also, for example, get more reserved sounds like the "Around the World" bass.


    You can download the Live Set containing it and some example basslines here (the Live Set and rack were made in Ableton Live 8.2.2, though it should work in newer versions of Live [including v9] and *possibly* in older 8.x.x versions):
    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/17269775/sc...%20Project.zip
    (909 drum samples in that Live Set are from http://www.analogindustries.com/free.php )

    If you want to keep the rack for future use, just drag it from the track to Ableton Live's Browser and drop it where you want it.

    Enjoy, and make sure you fiddle with the knobs to get different sounds!

    -Ben

    EDIT: Don't forget, you can always stick a compressor on the bass to glue it together!
    Last edited by scutheotaku; 29th Mar 2013 at 07:26.
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    Re: Free Filter House Bass Instrument Rack for Ableton Live

    LOVE IT DUDE! i got to try it out! And its amazing! props mayne!

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    Re: Free Filter House Bass Instrument Rack for Ableton Live

    Awesome! Sounds amazing, i tried cranking the filter cutoff all the way up and putting distortion on there, sounds better than all the 303 vst's i've used.
    Some tracks of mine: http://soundcloud.com/murfle

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    Re: Free Filter House Bass Instrument Rack for Ableton Live

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesTylerFitzgerald View Post
    LOVE IT DUDE! i got to try it out! And its amazing! props mayne!
    haha glad you like it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Murfle View Post
    Awesome! Sounds amazing, i tried cranking the filter cutoff all the way up and putting distortion on there, sounds better than all the 303 vst's i've used.
    Thanks! And yeah, most 303 samples will give a way more believable acid sound than the many software emulations out there (with the only exception being high-resonance, squelchy acid sounds).
    Pasta!

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    Re: Free Filter House Bass Instrument Rack for Ableton Live

    Thanks a lot! This is going to help me since this is basically one of the sounds I've been going for but unable to make at all.
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