Any ideas how to create this amazing Modified Motion Bass?

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  1. SuBKA

    SuBKA Member

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    Hey.
    To make it short, has anyone an idea how to kind of recreate the sound of the bass in the drop?
    thanks
     
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    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    Layering, and lots of it
     
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    sorry I'm kind of new to DNB production, does this mean he puts alot of basslines together?
     
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    Yeah, if I remember this example not so many, there's some synth work and a bit of chopping audio. You need to be a master of both. Learn both.
     
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    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    Yeah basically instead of trying to reproduce the sound using one synth, you group a few synths together with different oscillators to create the depth of the sound. Then it all boils down to automation and modulation of the overall sound to suit your needs
     
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    Okay, I guess I will still have a long way to get there, I'll stick with more simple things for now and try to evolve slowly.
    Thanks guys. :)
     
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    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    It's all about evolving slowly. Don't try and run before you can walk. If you are a total beginner then start with the basics. Learn how to structure a track, EQ different sounds and slowly build your way up. Before you know it you'll be learning Synthesis, and modulation and resampling techniques!
     
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    agreed - before you start making henny wtf omg wo4h tunes... start with basic structures and synths beats... u gotta start somewhere and if jump into the deep end and realize shit i cant swim your gonna be in for alot of self loathing and disappointments... from experience man
     
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    Can't agree more with what was said here. When i started to discover how many tutorials and information you have on the web about electronic music production, i went berserk and rush into crazy tutorials without any kind of basic knowledges. Won t say i didn t learn anything but it wasn t that "constructive" and rarely entertaining. Anyway, better to protect and cherrish your growing interest in the stuff ; ° )