First thing I did was to make a one bar bass line using the 3x Osc. I sat there thinking, well what can I do to expand upon this... I KNOW! Twelve Bar Blues Pattern! (Basically four bars of the one chord, two of the four, two of the one, one bar of the five chord, one bar of the four chord, two bars of the one chord and repeat) This forms the chord progression of my entire song. Essentially it goes Dm, Dm, Dm, Dm, G, G, Dm, Dm, Am, G, Dm, Dm, repeat (m meaning minor). Then I added the chord comping by a rhodes like song. Then used the new Drumaxx to do the drums. I then added the default PoiZone wrapper to arp the chord progression as it went along. I then copy pasted twelve bars until I had about 2 1/2 minutes worth of accompaniment. I then added the PoiZone LED BandPass Brass ToTc as an instrument into the mix. I set the record function to record me improvising as the accompaniment played. I then moved everything over by four bars, put four of the bass lines in Dm at the beginning, copied the drum recording, sliced the first four bars, deleted the rest of the copy and placed that under the bass. I had to do a bit of automation recording there because the bass sounded better if I had its volume down a bit in the beginning. I have some effects on things like compression (on the drums), reverb on the melody synth (2nd PoiZone) and reverb on the drums. I had a lot of fun making this, so I hope you guys have fun listening to it.