Hey Teije,
if you’ve written you piano part, have your drums and you bass sitting perfect to it, like you did in the tutorial, what other elements would you put in a track so that it sounds more like a full liquidtrack? I mean in e.g neurofunk you have this different distorted bassline shots that make you track and in psytrance it would those synth, where the pitchenvelope and the filter go in different directions, but how would you describe the “background” sounds of a liquid dnb tune?

How do you make those liquid dnb rimshots?

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