Fresh out of the studio, Sample Anatomy presents "Hybrid Bassline Tech Vol 1”. Bass lines are arguably one of the hardest elements of a track to produce. Its the seat of the song. Its what people are going to groove to. We've concocted 100 of the freshest, biggest and baddest tech baselines to get your House, Minimal, Techno or any other genre with a 4 on the 4 groove, a serious head start.
Bassline Tech is full of diversity when it comes to style. You'll find a plethora of earth shaking subs, distorted mids, synth heavy top end, minimal stylized, modulated expressions, enveloped, full on, resonance heavy, and funky baselines in this pack. We've left nothing to be desired with this one. For the sake of artistic integrity, most loops were left dry of effects (No Delays or Reverbs). All loops were however treated with EQ and COMPRESSION to ensure full compatibility with your project. Just drag drop and go!
Love the groove but not 100% happy with the sound we've created? No problem. Fire up one of the adjoining midi files and plug in your own sound. For every bassline we created we've supplied you with the MIDI file that created the bassline. This will ensure you get exactly what you want from your groove. Having the MIDI file is also a great way to create variation in your groove if you choose to.
We've supplied you with 4 folders. Each folder contains 50 loops cut at 123 and the other 50 cut at 125 for both the MIDI and the AUDIO. Standard faire for tech productions. All Audio and Midi files have been key marked for your convenience.
TIPS AND TRICKS: Bassline Nirvana:
1. Change The Groove - Most DAWs come with some way of changing the feeling or groove of a loop. Maybe the groove is too stiff or too swung for you, dial up a different groove and work the bassline to fit your style.
2. Slice and Dice - Take the audio loop and use your DAW’s slice feature to cut the baseline up. Move around the slices and get creative with making different edits of what we’ve provided for you.
3. Layer Em Up - Try taking one of our sub heavy loops, grab its MIDI counterpart, fire up your favorite VST and layer the MIDI part over the AUDIO loop. Be sure to cut out any lower frequencies of your new VST top bass with a high pass filter. You don’t want to cloudy up your mix with too much bass.
4. Bassline or Lead Line? - Some of the Bass Lines we’ve provided will work just as well as a lead line. Try taking one of the MIDI parts and using it to create a call and answer lead in your track.
5. Change The Notes, Change the sound - One of the great things about MIDI is that its not set in stone. Feel free to move the notes around in the midi clip to see what other kinds of Bass Lines you can come up with!
Hybrid Bassline Tech Contains 2 Folders
1 - 123 BPM Basslines
• AUDIO x 50
• MIDI x 50
2 - 125 BPM Basslines
• AUDIO x 50
• MIDI x 50
Mac Vaughn is a San Francisco based artist, dj, producer and sound designer. With a music career that spans over 10 years, Mac Vaughn is most known for his chart topping label Fierce Animal Recordings and his own minimal techno productions. He has also written for TV/FIlm and runs a successful sample label. When not in the studio doing sound design or producing tracks, he spends his time mastering audio for Dark Star Mastering.