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LMMS: A Complete Guide to Dance Music Production Beginner's Guide by David Earl

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Time for action—changing the pitch of the bassline

  1. So let's simply grab a couple of notes and move them to create some variation of our bass line. Try grabbing and moving these notes vertically to give us the pattern similar to the following screenshot:
    Time for action—changing the pitch of the bassline

What just happened?

Now we have a bass line that changes. When we have the Piano Roll open, we will only hear the instrument we are editing. If we hit the Space bar, the Piano Roll will play back our bass line to us alone. To hear it in context, we need to return to the Beats+Bassline Editor. You can select the Beats+Bassline Editor at any time and have a listen to the bass line during this tweaking ...

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