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Foundations Pt. 1

Matt Donald

Helix
Patches:
11
Size:
54 KB
Software:
Helix

Helix

We just want to go over a few things briefly.

  1. This patch requires a Line 6 Helix. These Patches cannot be loaded into a DAW
  2. The purchase of these patches entitles you to use them on ONE Helix at a time. You may not share these patches with anyone else. You cannot resell these patches in any form. You cannot resample these patches in any form/format.
  3. Turn knobs, change settings, combine sounds and Have fun!

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    PART ONE; ON THE STRINGS

    Whether in the forefront or sat back in the mix, at the heart of every great track is stable bass sound, adding all the necessary infrastructure for all the other instruments to be built upon. Since bass players today need to be comfortable on the keys or strings, Foundations offers a collection of easy to use, foundational bass sounds for either your bass guitar or bass synth rig. 

    Here, in part one, the focus is bass guitar & as such you’ll find patches designed to help your bass sound great & either sit comfortably in or cut appropriately through a mix. For bass synth patches see part two. 

    Helping you to lay the right foundation. 

    Since it is commonplace for the bass player to be DI’d, all sounds in any of my bundles are built from the ground up to work as a DI’d signal but will, of course, sound great through an amp too. 

    All patches use exclusively the ‘blocks’ available to the Line 6 Helix family & will work with the Helix, Helix LT, Helix Rack, HX Effects or HX Stomp. 

    All demos use exclusively the DI’d sounds available within this bundle & recorded using my Rickenbacker 2003. 

    Minimum Requirements:
    - Line 6 Helix / HX unit with firmware v2.80.1

      Compressor 1

        Compressor 2

          Drive 1

            Drive 2

              Drive 3

                EQ 1

                  EQ 2

                    EQ 3

                      Octave 1

                        Octave 2

                          Octave 3

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