How do you play disco bass?
A common technique in disco bass is to double the second note in an octave pattern. This gives us an eighth note followed by a sixteenth. The fingers you use for each note is important as you need to be able to get back to the low note as quickly as possible.
What is disco house music?
House is a continuation of disco. You can hear that easily in its arrangement and in its sound, which samples and pulls liberally from the popular club music of the ’70s and early ’80s.
How do you write a disco chord?
To make this chord, start by creating a regular C minor chord, inserting the notes C, Eb and G. Step 2: A minor seventh consists of a minor triad with an added flattened seventh degree. This means that we take the seventh note in the major scale, lower it by one semitone and add it to the chord.
What is a disco house bassline?
Spitfire Audio is a British company founded by two film composers looking to revolutionise sampling. Disco house basslines are unashamedly retro, harking back to the 70s heyday of white suits and platform boots. Oliver Curry explains how to add a hint of that classic Studio 54 vibe to your own house tracks.
How much does constructed sounds-retro disco cost?
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How much does disco Loopmasters cost?
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How much does an analogue disco bassline cost?
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