Customs Patches for UK Grime

 

Preditah

Biography

JME’s enigmatic ‘PRE DI TAH’ tweets throughout February (2011) sparked wider intrigue around the Birmingham producer and ensured his debut release, the ‘Solitaire E.P’, shot to number four in the iTunes electronica charts, receiving plays across 1Xtra, KISS FM and Rinse FM in the process.

Official Releases:
Solitaire EP / Stayfresh / Preditah Music 2011
Eightsome EP / Earth 616 / Preditah Music 2011
Circles EP / Earth 616 / Preditah Music 2012 / "12" / Digital

So Solid Bass (Custom)

This subtractor custom patch I've made is a basic, well known Bass used in many Garage/Grime tracks. It has a blatant Square waveform and sounds good in any electronic track. This will add more flavour to your tracks when you want a Grimy bassline section.

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Deep Choir (Custom)

This malstrom patch is one of my all time favourites. I use this in pretty much every track I make just to add a bit of creepiness to my sound. It is a two-toned patch and is a sound that sounds good, no matter how high or low the octave.

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Zero (Custom)

This subtractor patch is another custom patch I created. It sounds great in any up-tempo genre and was made to use in my Bassline tracks. I simply changed the LFO settings and added a little release to make this bass patch. This will make your tracks sound bubbly and Grimy once added to your own compositions.

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