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Thread does anyboda know a alternative to the vst Massive?

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DJFlexibel

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1 Posted on 10/14/2009 at 09:04:49
I want make a good wobbel bass and I dont hae the money to buy massive from native instruments.
So, does anybody know a good alternative to massive? Some vst's who aren't so expensie.

Thanks for the help?
djraz

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2 Posted on 10/15/2009 at 12:37:32
only thing i can think of is CamelPhat 3 (fx) which can sidechain at different speeds to kind of make a wobble to any of ur bass's. but id save up for massive if u want full controll of ur wobble (puttin CamelPhat3 on ur massiv can do wonders) .

im new to forums n im not formiliar with the real terms of stuff thats y my description isnt perfect
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