Novation Bass Station/Bass Synth of Some Sort???

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Gatlin, May 30, 2017.


  1. Gatlin

    Gatlin

    Sep 22, 2016
    Ellisville, MS
    I have been thinking of branching off into unknown territory being a bass synthesizer of some sort. I play bass in our worship team at church and we do a lot of Elevation Worship stuff which has significant amounts of sub frequency sounds. I know a lot of their low frequencies come from a bass synth of some sort and I would like to learn more about that (I know absolutely zero about any type of synth stuff at the moment). In my internet searching I came across the Novation Bass Station. Does anyone utilize such an instrument or have any ideas what would constitute a good product to learn with?
     
    Last edited: May 30, 2017
  2. RoeyHaviv

    RoeyHaviv

    Apr 1, 2011
    Charlotte NC
    Endorsing Artist: Vigier guitars, Pigtronix Effects
    I have a Novation Bass Station2
    Bought it for a gig a few years ago, better than any synth pedal I've tried but I wish it had more keys, 37 would be enough.

    In the studio I use it with a 49 key m audio midi keyboard.

    Look up Darrel Freeman, a bassist that does Synth as his main instrument, bass guitar as his second.

    He recently published this, I'll order myself a copy soon too:

    synthbass
     
  3. RoeyHaviv

    RoeyHaviv

    Apr 1, 2011
    Charlotte NC
    Endorsing Artist: Vigier guitars, Pigtronix Effects
    Short answer is yes. Buy used to save money.
     
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