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Old 2013-02-21, 23:42
electricsoul electricsoul is offline
 
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yeah! sounds good.
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Old 2013-02-21, 23:57
electricsoul electricsoul is offline
 
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Yes it does mate. The best trick of all though is to create a combinator with a mixer then have 5 synths or samplers routed into it. Set each one to the numbers i mentioned above and its deep house / garage city!
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Old 2013-03-15, 22:41
fetters83 fetters83 is offline
 
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Im not at the pc where reason is so I cant hear the sound you're talking about but try this using one of the NN19 Rhodes patches from the RFSB.
Root note (0) +3, +7, +10, +14

Instant deeo house no?
Yeah, the minor 7ths are a good starting point mate!

Cheers
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Old 2013-03-15, 22:42
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Yes it does mate. The best trick of all though is to create a combinator with a mixer then have 5 synths or samplers routed into it. Set each one to the numbers i mentioned above and its deep house / garage city!
Got me a demo of that Rotor rack ext! Will give that a try too.

Cheers man
 

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