Sound Design: How To Make a Drum & Bass Patch With Feed Me

If you are a producer or even just an aspiring DJ the names, Feed Me and Spor evoke an almost immediate emotional response. Very few producers can have two separate and successful aliases, but Jonathan Gooch has done just that with no apologies. With the Feed Me moniker, he explores the more modern sides of bottom heavy four on the floor while Spor sticks to the realm of hard hitting D&B. One thing is for certain, Gooch loves that bass and for this installment of the Razer’s “Sound Design” series he’s going to use his Razerblade laptop and Serum synth to create a devastating Drum and Bass patch. So if you have been hitting the wall in the studio or just want to learn how to make a nasty bass patch check out this tutorial session.

 

 

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