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Trance Bass Explained

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If you produce Electronic Dance Music, then this tutorial is for you. In it, we talk about trance bass, giving you the tips, tricks, concepts and ideas to help you get that bass line exactly the way you want it.

We show you the three bass line sequences that are the building blocks to almost any bass line, explain how to create a multi-layered bass, and demonstrate sidechaining. So let’s get started demystifying dance bass.


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