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The Top 5 Plugins that are Shaping DBL-C’s Sound in September 2019


DBL-C is the seasoned Canadian producer now based in London, UK. He brings to the scene a fresh proposition that has been in the making for some time. Not only a producer, but he’s also the head of Back It Up Records and an expert DJ.

DBL-C’s experience and know-how propel him to deliver unique productions and sets that entice the senses. If not the only one, perhaps one of the few DJ’s with the needed understanding of groove and skill to fuse house and tech house in an immaculate seamless manner… as if they always belonged together. His DJ sets open new possibilities from a different perspective. His charisma is soft-spoken and tentative. When he’s behind the decks in a very unselfish way, he will take you on a journey that is about you, your vibe and what you are feeling therefore leaving you on a new level of high!

With the release of his ‘Doesn’t Make Sense’ EP we ask him to pick the plugins shaping his sound right now.

1. Loopmasters Bass Master

The Loopmasters Bass Master is my go-to plugin for bass. Whether I’m searching for a punchy mid or sub-bass, this plugin always delivers. The UI is simple to use, which allows me to dial in and tweak very quickly. Great sounding factory presets. The expansion packs are really useful when I want a more gritty, aggressive sound.

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2. Vengeance Sound VPS Avenger

Vengeance Sound VPS Avenger is the must for every dance music producer. Avenger can be heard on several of my tracks such as “Back Again” and is my favourite synth at the moment because it’s so versatile and sounds amazing!

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3. FabFilter Pro Q 3

FabFilter Pro Q 3 is one of the best EQ’s on the market. This is used on every one of my channels and you can use up to 24 EQ bands. The new Spectrum Grab feature is very helpful when I’m trying to find that problem frequency. This is definitely an EQ worth investing in.

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4. Loopmasters Khords

Another useful tool in my arsenal of plugins. Khords is the perfect weapon when I’m looking to incorporate old school dance elements into my production such as stabs, plucks and pads. The UI is easy to use as it looks similar to Loopmasters Bass Master. If you want to expand the factory bank,

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5. Xfer LFO Tool

Another plugin that is used in every one of my projects. A simple, yet powerful tool. It makes any sound sink into the groove. It’s fast and easy to use especially to create my own custom LFO’s.  

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DBL-C & Narda’s ‘Doesn’t Make Sense’ EP is out now on Back It Up Records, click here to grab a copy!

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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