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Post Post #10263
does anybody now to make a koto bass
i have a juno 106 and a jx10 for ld bass sounds but i dont get a propper
koto bass out of it

best reg
m.hald
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Post Post #10264
Hi there,

It depends on which koto bass you are after: Maiola's or Van Der Kuy's Wink

According to the recent interview with Huib Schippers, you are going to need Casio CZ-101 to get the exact patch Michiel favoured. As for Anfrando, he once stated that he used MiniMoog for that.

Cheers,

Mac
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Post Post #10265
Here is a Donationware (dont cost anything as i take it from the main site) for a VSTi CZ 101/CZ 1000: http://cz-10xv.wahnsound.de/?p=0 however login is required!
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Post Post #10266
thank you all
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Post Post #10296
Roland TB-303 Bass Line emulators should be able to do the kotobass more than fine.
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Post Post #12995
You realy need a PWM envelope to shape the real koto bass.
I have the best result with the famous synth1. The next one is oatmeal.

Here is the Synth1 patch
http://www27.zippyshare.com/v/48100153/file.html

Here is a sample of the result in a delta theme remix from the c64 game delta, composed by rob hubbard.

http://www1.zippyshare.com/v/40726770/file.html
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Post Post #12997
Koto Bass and LD Bass......... Cool Again and again...................... Very Happy Very Happy

Simple. Only two cheap synthesizers. And nothing else.


Yamaha TX81Z + Roland MKS-50 = happy for all needs (spacesynth)
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Post Post #12998
Ruslan wrote:
Koto Bass and LD Bass......... Cool Again and again...................... Very Happy Very Happy

Simple. Only two cheap synthesizers. And nothing else.


Yamaha TX81Z + Roland MKS-50 = happy for all needs (spacesynth)

Well, I don't suppose that suggesting purchase of two synths just to recreate such simple patch is a good advice. Koto bass is so simple, that probably every subtractive synthesis emulating VSTi will do just fine.
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Post Post #13000
Krizz wrote:
Koto bass is so simple, that probably every subtractive synthesis emulating VSTi will do just fine.

So, how to make it? So far, nobody has answered the first question of this post Smile
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Post Post #13002
Hadron wrote:
So, how to make it? So far, nobody has answered the first question of this post Smile

Because it depends on synth you'll be using for it. Parameter settings for one synth does not mirror the same effect on another.
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