View Full Version : whats the best synth to make a 'whomp' on?
Ive got rob papen blue but it seems impossible to make a good whomp i can use in a tune. ive been tryin and i cant do it so there must be a better synth for it.
and with audio samples of ur whomp to prove?
same as the kind used today by the likes of original sin, hazard, pleasure, sly etc
get logic n use es2. can do pretty much anythin on it.
otherwise massive or albino
anything with an envelope linked to cutoff... massive is awesome for whompin
Reason 4 Thor
Found this, might help =]
Also if your using Reason 4.0, Thor is an excellent tool for twisted bass.
Open Thor > Right click initilize patch > have 2 analog Osc's running(click the number 2,
to make it red).
Open a filter on filter 3, use combi for now. make sure + is selected.
On LFO 1 set it to sync, 3/16, no delay for now.
On the bottom set source - LFO1, and destination - Filter 3 Freq'. Fiddle with the amount
setting; you should be acheiving a steady wab wab wab.
Now experiment with different filters, LFO speeds, and different destinations.
When your're happy, play one solid note(that sounds good) for 8 bars. Export loop as wav.
Open NN-XT, and load the wav you've exported.
Keep fucking with it, till it's murder.
Hope this helps.
P.s when in thor, make sure decay and sustain are on full for the amp.. or at least near
What is a 'whomp'? Anyone got an example?
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