Allan Morrow – Driving Triplet Trance Kick & Bass [Ableton Live Project File]

This “Allan Morrow – Driving Triplet Trance Kick & Bass [Ableton Live Project File]” is the follow-on project file to the “Allan Morrow – Driving Triplet Trance Kick & Bass Video Tutorial [1hour 30 mins]”  found here.

This project file will show you exactly how Allan Morrow creates that galloping triplet Trance Bass you hear in his remix’s such as “Bryan Kearney – Balls To The Wall (Allan Morrow Remix) or tracks from the likes of Simon Patterson or Sam Jones.

This project file will give you an in-depth view of how the above audio sample is created including how the layers are Eq’ed, the effects used, the leveling & sidechain settings, the buses that are set up (including FX the parallel compression bus), the sounds which are chosen & much more.

Creating a triplet groove can be tricky to get right but with this Ableton Live Project File, you will see exactly how Allan has achieved it. You can also check out the 90-minute in-depth video tutorial on how Allan created this Kick & Bass here. They go great together for the full insight! *** Please note that due to Ableton having slightly different plugins the audio may sound slightly different from the original video done in Logic Pro but is still very close***

Included in the template:

  • Full Ableton Live Project File
  • Midi files
  • Audio Files (Glitchy background FX are all bounced down into 1 audio file as per video tutorial)
  • Sylenth1 synth presets

Requirements:

Sylenth1 v3.0.3 or higher

Ableton Live 9 (This template was created with version 9.7.5 but may work with other versions. Please check before purchasing)

Kickstart v1.01 is used in this template but it may work with other versions (Although this is used in this template you can use any of your preferred sidechain plugins to re-create)

LFOtool v.162 is used in this template but it may work with other versions (Although this is used in this template you can use any of your preferred sidechain plugins to re-create)

 

***All of the other plugins and effects used are built in Ableton plugins***

***Please note that this product will open in Ableton assuming Sylenth1 is updated***

For more tutorials check them out here

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