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James
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Slinky tech-house, 'Groovers on Manoeuvres' inspired by that ASP Preset Pack

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Partly inspired by that huge ASP Preset causticpack from last year - the bass (Modular), the stabs (Sawsynth) and one BB are from the pack.

Skarabee's lovely Indycat fitted right in, sitting over the top.

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Ah!! Great work! just noticed

Ah!! Great work! just noticed it here cheeky

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Awesome !!

Awesome !!

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thanks both - there are some

thanks both - there are some great bass presets in that pack for Modular and PCM. Suspect the PCM ones were created in the Modular using 'Merge rack to instrument'. 

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YEHHH!

YEHHH!
Nice ''back to basics'' in the best possible way. Strip away the generic sceney crap, and BINGO!  A healthy bit of trancey house with a cool chinese-native American -jamaican edge! ha ha!
I Just dunno how you think'm up James!
lol!
yeh man! it's really nice. BE nice to hear more grow from this.
Could easily see it in a UV marquee evening into night chill-dance space black-light UV art...

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Ha ha - thanks!

Ha ha - thanks!

My current tip is to select a key right at the beginning when you start a new track - this one was in E Pentatonic Minor.

Working within a fixed key can help you explore melodies, chords and chord progressions that you wouldn't normally think of.

I think a long, dubbed up version would work really well, especially in the type of environment you've suggested smiley