If you ever wanted to make a techy disco or funky house track but wernt sure about using old copyrighted disco loops Sonic Academy provides the perfect solution. Make your own!!
In this course we give you 50mb of samples and some lessons on how to put together an authentic disco loop that you can sample the life out of for tons of different styles. I know.... Im Awesome!! self 5!! :D
Could you explain step by step how to set up the BASS? Well I wonder, since you guys send the process ready, but the video does not show how you guys insert the BASS. Send the answer to my e-mail email@example.com
This would have been good but couldn't get the bass to work- saying "you need to locate the folder and link it" is like saying "you need to go and write a track"- there is a process, I subscribe to learn that process, would appreciate showing us how to do something that is quite integral to the tutorial- and prob takes 20 seconds. I'm a big fan of Sonic Academy, but sometimes little things like that are annoying as I've already put some time into the tutorial and can't go any further
For all you peeps that are having trouble setting up the bass presets with the supplied sample files: it may help you to know that the sample that's labeled "FINGER BASS B" is actually a "G", not a "B". Not sure if I can include an image in this post (I will try), but here's how I mapped the samples in an NN-XT sampler in Propellerhead reason -> http://mikedailor.com/djshare/...
At 7.21 in the bass video you highlight both sets of accent notes and drag them all across to the next bar, how did you do that? I highlight the top set then when i highlight the bottom set to drag across it only moves the second set ive highlighted.