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    Drum and Bass "Power of Ra" Reese bass

    Hi im relatively new to drum and bass production (started around 6 months back) i have made a few tracks and have been trying to make a "power of ra" type reese bass. I use Reason5 and usually produce my basses out of thor polythonic synthesisor any tips or tricks on how to help me create this specific sound?

    Bit of an awkward question i know.



    Thanks in advance for any help/time anyones willing to give in an answer

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    Re: Drum and Bass "Power of Ra" Reese bass

    2 or more slightly detuned Saw's, filter modulations (automated and LFO), clever pitch bending + distortion, chorus, phazing...and lots of practice

    there are allot of Reese tutorials on youtube

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    Re: Drum and Bass "Power of Ra" Reese bass

    Follow this link, I wrote a quick tutorial on a reece bass in this thread, about halfway down

    http://dnbforum.com/showthread.php/1...t=#post1114342

    Its done in Massive, but you can apply it to any Synth

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