How I use Renoise Jack on linux, Because many where asking..

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How I use Renoise Jack on linux, Because many where asking..

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https://youtu.be/FEpPhhGxSyY
Hope it could help you...
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Please don't write mystery posts. Make a more informative title or provide a suitable description in the post:
"How I use Renoise Jack on linux"

Thank you.

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Cool video, nice to see a different work flow.
What did you use to make the bass in that song? The low end sounds fantastic.

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Luc wrote:Please don't write mystery posts. Make a more informative title or provide a suitable description in the post:
"How I use Renoise Jack on linux"

Thank you.
You're right, sorry. It's updated now.

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sysrqer wrote:Cool video, nice to see a different work flow.
What did you use to make the bass in that song? The low end sounds fantastic.
The bass is just a shortened trap bass sample, no vst in this case. Anyway thnx 4 your kind words.

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