This sound is mostly famous for being used in a lot of old school West Coast and G-Funk hits throughout the 1990's. The lead was originally inspired by "Funky Worm" which was a funk song by the Ohio Players in the 1970's. In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to properly create that West Coast synth lead you hear in a lot of tracks produced by Dr Dre, QD3 and many more producers who started with that G-Funk flavour in the 1990's!
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Daniel J Hill (D-Funkdafied)
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