Users in the Random Forum Title forum identified the bassline from the Feed Me track *White Spirit* is a preset in Cakewalk Z3TA+. User DreamWalker says, "I believe it's called "some more FM" from the C tab." Original source [here](https://www.randomforumtitle.com/index.php/topic/4603-any-succes-with-feed-me-basslines/).more
> "For a lot of the bass sounds we just start off with something simple and then mangle it, or use our old favourite [Cakewalk] Z3TA plug-in. I love it, for anything. For some reason it's one of the quickest go-to synths for anything I want to do. I just think of a sound, go to that and do it, which I don't really have with anything else. There's sounds you can't get from Z3TA and that's why we have analogue synths, but at the same time, if you want something digital and fucked-up, they aren't really going to do it, except maybe for the Andromeda. If you want something like that it's not going to come from a Prophet. I find with Z3TA, more than anything else, it just fits right in against drums, the way that we do them, and I've never found anything else that does it so well."more
My favorite plugins are Z3ta+, Sylenth1, Drumazon, Microtronic and the UAD DSP-Card. The only real hardware I use is a Virus TI Snow for those nasty screech sounds. I have a pair of Mackie monitors, but I do my mixing and mastering mostly on my Sennheiser HD800 headphone. That headphone is absolutely my favorite piece of equipment!more
I cannot say enough good things about this program. I love the overall sound design and versatility that it offers. It will more than likely always be my go to stand alone VST. Every bit worth the investment.
This is z3ta 2's little brother it comes with a separate effects suite plugin that can be used on vocals etc the synth itself sounds great and you can manipulate patchs to your hearts content great sounding synth and easy to use.