Bass resampling video tutorial

polymass

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Hey all,

So i've been working on a new resample technique. It's a combination of my old workflow and some new elements. I used to just make a long recording with loads of automations, in the key of the song, using portamento etc.

Then load that recording in my project and start layering, arranging, pitching that. I split the frequencies, add fx to each channel (low, mid, high) etc. From there on my new technique starts. I record samples that are perfect for granulating. And they must be complementary to the bass your re sampling. Load the granulized audio in a slicer and start layering it with your bass samples.

The song below is still a work in progress, but shows to some extend what I'm doing atm:

https://soundcloud.com/http%3A%2F%2Fsoundcloud.com%2Fpolymass%2Fbass
Tutorials:
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Part1
Part2
Part3
 
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Wowww, this is actually a method I'm working a lot with right now, looking forward to part 3!
 
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Great Stuff Man! I just started getting into this method of re sampling and it's always great to see how other people do things to get a starting point for my own way =D
 
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Thanks for the vids!

This is probably a dumb question but I dl'ed KT Granulizer to experiment with the stuff you did in the first vid but I can't seem to access it in Logic. Do I need to put the .component file somewhere in order to get logic to recognize it?
 

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Thanks for the vids!

This is probably a dumb question but I dl'ed KT Granulizer to experiment with the stuff you did in the first vid but I can't seem to access it in Logic. Do I need to put the .component file somewhere in order to get logic to recognize it?
No clue, but issnt that a system file for Mac? I only work with mac on work and we only use PT and are not allowed to download any freeware ;)

---------- Post added at 22:04 ---------- Previous post was at 21:52 ----------

In any case there are more in description box on youtube (also for mac)
 
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Bit off subject but when you planning on uploading part 3? That's the part I'm extremely interested in seeing =) at any rate I've watched these 2 videos like 10 times each, great stuff man ( i know i posted earlier but what the hell you deserve it)
 

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Bit off subject but when you planning on uploading part 3? That's the part I'm extremely interested in seeing =) at any rate I've watched these 2 videos like 10 times each, great stuff man ( i know i posted earlier but what the hell you deserve it)
That;s great to hear! many thanks, good motivator to make the final part!

That being said: maybe later tonight or tomorrow.

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I figured it out. I had to pull the .component file into the Logic library. Nothing too tough. Thanks for the reply
Cool glad it worked out. Let me know if it's useful.
 

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So While doing the 3rd tutorial I cover some aspects of audio analyzes. Since this is an important part of glueing the bass lines and samples together. It's really easy with the right tools. So I wrote a "Best Free Audio analyzer" Post on my website.

I'll finish the tutorial Saturday evening. For now, check out the analyzer VST round up: http://durkkooistra.com/2011/03/12/the-big-free-audio-analyzers-round-up/
 
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