If you want to check out Virus B patches and songs, then visit http://www.access-music.de
I ordered a Virus B last thursday to add Phat & synth sounds to my "orchestra".
Here's my $0.02: if you have a pc, try d-lusion's Rubberduck. I've been using it now for a couple of months and it will make some of the scariest sounds you've ever heard. They market it as some kind of 303 clone, but it goes way, way beyond the realm of acid.
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thanks fof all the info guys , i hope i can put it to good use
What's it all about - Bass, Beats, & Funk
JP 8000, Yeah the Nice analoug Baby, SOme one had said RubberDuck from Dlusion, It's sure is a KIck ***, i also have it.Nice bass maker, MOre phatt , Funky and The speaker shattering. sound. but i more use the XP80, with expansion Boards, Xp80 ofr deep funky basses. and some really cool efx, Now, but i have a VIRUS B, trying to work on it .
1. JV-1080 = $800.00 new.
2. Vintage Synth card = $200 new.
or for $800 get the JV-1080 and make your own bass sounds. It's got 4 part layering. In over words you can put 4 sounds in 1 then tweek it.
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Bass? Studio Electronics SE-1 or ATC-1 for the classic Moog filter. Waldorf Pulse or Micro Q, (Pulse ia real analog, so its got a "push" to the sound that VA's Don't. The Micro Q is much more flexible, I own the Q Rack and it's excellent). Honestly you can get a decent bass sound out of any current VA, what you want to look for is a really good sounding LPF with snappy envelopes.
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