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Posted by PLaGuE CeLL on 22-01-2006 at18:03:

  DnB bass VST instruments

Does anyone know of any good VST instruments that are made especially drum n bass style bass? they kinda need to have alot of things to mess with as well so i can get some really unique sounds...
atm im stuck adapting bad bass from fairly boring synth vsts which ends up as average dnb bass at the other end... any help would be appreciated Smile thnx guys



Posted by Friscko on 22-01-2006 at18:11:

 

Do a google search for "Reese MX"
but waaaaay better ( and i know some people disagree Wink )
MDA JX16!!!



Posted by PLaGuE CeLL on 22-01-2006 at18:22:

 

thanks dude, my productions been goin really slow since i ran out of potential dnb bass sounds so this should kick start everything Smile



Posted by Arkitekt on 22-01-2006 at18:47:

 

Also check out Junglist VST, Albino 2, z3ta+, insta jungle VST

that is all for now. Big Grin



Posted by Muad'Dib on 22-01-2006 at19:43:

  RE: DnB bass VST instruments

quote:
Originally posted by PLaGuE CeLL
Does anyone know of any good VST instruments that are made especially drum n bass style bass? they kinda need to have alot of things to mess with as well so i can get some really unique sounds...
atm im stuck adapting bad bass from fairly boring synth vsts which ends up as average dnb bass at the other end... any help would be appreciated Smile thnx guys

Ya know, Sytrus is REALY REALY good synth!



Posted by Sensa on 22-01-2006 at20:08:

  RE: DnB bass VST instruments

quote:
Originally posted by Muad'Dib
quote:
Originally posted by PLaGuE CeLL
Does anyone know of any good VST instruments that are made especially drum n bass style bass? they kinda need to have alot of things to mess with as well so i can get some really unique sounds...
atm im stuck adapting bad bass from fairly boring synth vsts which ends up as average dnb bass at the other end... any help would be appreciated Smile thnx guys

Ya know, Sytrus is REALY REALY good synth!


Yep the sytrus is so underestimated its got so many features, lfos, oscillators, filters....its amazing, also try Absynth 3 , a bit more complex than the sytrus but it has alot more features the only limit is your imagination Big Grin



Posted by equipped on 22-01-2006 at23:33:

  RE: DnB bass VST instruments

quote:
Originally posted by PLaGuE CeLL
Does anyone know of any good VST instruments that are made especially drum n bass style bass? they kinda need to have alot of things to mess with as well so i can get some really unique sounds...
atm im stuck adapting bad bass from fairly boring synth vsts which ends up as average dnb bass at the other end... any help would be appreciated Smile thnx guys
forget lookin for some crazy synth,..pretty much any will do,..if you want chunky bass solid eq n dist effect's are what you should be lookin for,....Rob Papen makes good soft synths....



Posted by Halph-Price on 23-01-2006 at00:23:

 

quote:
Originally posted by Friscko
Do a google search for "Reese MX"
but waaaaay better ( and i know some people disagree Wink )
MDA JX16!!!


reese is good, but only in a limit of about an octave, and it goes to shit after that.

jx16 is crap. so i hope thats a joke. lolz.

there's a few options but not enough. not even a waveform selection.


truly, Z3TA is the overall best for options and shit. 6 osc, like 4 lfo, bit of eq distortion, reverb, delay, to help it. and good quality from that, with 2x sample rate for mix down sparkle.
and a fully configurable matrix that leads to abundant options.

this is if you understand synthology. if not, than yea, get MDA JX16, or whatever. start to learn about how synth's work would be bettter. than you'd know how to get the most from your synth. and not have to worry about getting a synth with good presets.



Posted by Darkside on 23-01-2006 at02:30:

 

NW Synth by WWAYM is the second hardest soft synth i've ever come across when it comes to bass (first hardest is logic's ES2), and it seems so overlooked...



Posted by Surya on 23-01-2006 at07:41:

 

quote:
Originally posted by Friscko
Do a google search for "Reese MX"

Crap imo

quote:
Originally posted by Arkitekt
Also check out Junglist VST, Albino 2, z3ta+, insta jungle VST

Free ey? Uh?



Posted by PEAHEAD on 23-01-2006 at10:15:

 

ohh albino. i made a track "eye runs fings round ere" i fink it was tht. made a synth on albino and tht was 1 of the best synths ive made albino is some good stuff



Posted by BattleDrone on 24-01-2006 at23:42:

 

Free VST plugin called Triangle II
I find this great for sick Hoovering Bass sounds Doped
And it diesn't suck your CPU to the bottom.

http://www.rgcaudio.com/triangle_II.htm



Posted by PEAHEAD on 25-01-2006 at15:39:

 

yeah i have triangle neva reali had a propa go on it tho mabye i shoud.



Posted by Dubrain Hertz on 25-01-2006 at16:22:

  RE: DnB bass VST instruments

ReFX Beast VST or you could go for the free version (which is not as cool of course) ReFX Claw, it's on their website for download. ReFX also has the legendary QuadraSID, which is a C64 emulator. Some of the best reeses I ever made was with that one.



Posted by Friscko on 25-01-2006 at19:23:

 

quote:
Originally posted by Surya
quote:
Originally posted by Friscko
Do a google search for "Reese MX"

Crap imo

i know, i dld-ed it, but never used it...
jx16 gave waay better results Big Grin



Posted by Arkitekt on 26-01-2006 at02:17:

 

quote:
Originally posted by Surya


quote:
Originally posted by Arkitekt
Also check out Junglist VST, Albino 2, z3ta+, insta jungle VST

Free ey? Uh?


never said anything about free in his post bro ..



Posted by Surora23 on 26-01-2006 at03:25:

 

quote:
Originally posted by Darkside
NW Synth by WWAYM is the second hardest soft synth i've ever come across when it comes to bass (first hardest is logic's ES2), and it seems so overlooked...


yup...

v-station,
nwsynth
z3ta


albino sucks...



Posted by Arkitekt on 26-01-2006 at21:36:

 

quote:
Originally posted by Surora23
quote:
Originally posted by Darkside
NW Synth by WWAYM is the second hardest soft synth i've ever come across when it comes to bass (first hardest is logic's ES2), and it seems so overlooked...


yup...

v-station,
nwsynth
z3ta


albino sucks...


so do you ... but you never hear anyone complaining .. Bigup

different strokes for different folks bro .. Wink



Posted by TechDiff on 27-01-2006 at16:13:

 

quote:
Originally posted by Arkitekt

so do you ... but you never hear anyone complaining .. Bigup



Ooooh get you, that was kinda harsh, either that or sarcastic!

anyway

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I know its not designed exclusively for DnB, but its the fucking daddy as far as VST's goes! Plus anybody who's used the Titan synth will know that it does DnB very well, as well as every other electronig genre.



Posted by Arkitekt on 27-01-2006 at22:12:

 

quote:
Originally posted by TechDiff
quote:
Originally posted by Arkitekt

so do you ... but you never hear anyone complaining .. Bigup



Ooooh get you, that was kinda harsh, either that or sarcastic!.


that was sarcasm Smile we actually get along rather well ... Bigup


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