I (and perhaps others here) am an OT owner interested in learning more about basslines, and would just assume not be glued to the computer when making them. Iím interested in cheap (as in, not much more expensive than say, a Minitaur or a Biscuit) synths, guitar pedals, samples/sample manipulation devices and even iPad apps. Iím mainly approaching this from a DnB perspective. You know, your standard snarling, explosive, tear-you-a-new-asshole type sounds. But feel free to discuss from an industrial/metal/IDM/whatever perspective if you want. Hell, talk about the weather for all I care. Iíve never owned a guitar pedal in my life, but those are definitely what Iím looking at most for the time being.
Iíve interested in:
1. Minitaur (perhaps processed by OT)
2. Processing an iPad synth (or samples on iPad and/or OT) with B:assmaster or Disnortion
3. Various other pedals. For example, the Wooly Mammoth caught my attention today. I already intend to get a Biscuit regardless of what I end up getting for bass. I'll just get that sooner than later if it would render other pedals rather redundant for bass purposes.
Also, Iím curious what you would classify the sound here at 1:30. A lead, a bassline, or both?http://www.youtube.com...HaUUb0&feature=related
Then at about the 1:32 mark, you can hear a rumbling sound going along with the beat. Is that considered reverb?