Drum & Bass Bassdrum Noisia & Evol Intent - The Liquid

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  1. Pranksta89

    Pranksta89 New Member

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    I was trying to analyze the track The Liquid by Noisia & Evol Intent and was absolutely amazed at the 808 Style Trap bass drum.
    Does anybody know how this drum was made and what possible effects are used to create it?
    I'm talking about the part that starts in the track at 1:29.

     
  2. Mania

    Mania i fukin wot m8

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    Thanks Mania, Exactly what I meant! What Synth and distortion unit did you use to make the bass part?
     
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    Mania i fukin wot m8

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    It was a Billain Kick i think, which i completely fucked up with god knows what distortion.
    I then Hipassed it, stereoed it, verbed it

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    If you're talking about the shitty bass in the loop, it was just a shitty notched reese with chorus, filtering, distortion, etc
     
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    I wasn't talking about the reese but the bass part of the kickdrum
     
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    Mania i fukin wot m8

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    yeah, thats how i did it
     
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    Yeah, some saturated and compressed convolution reverb would give that effect. You can tune it by setting the reverb size.




    Side note:
    I was screwing with some basses yesterday and got that same harmonic by over compressing and saturating a side chained reverb. Its a little tough to control sometimes, but you get some real mind bending results.
     
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    alz compress to impress

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    fack, been trying to get close to this but failed miserably, made something really cool by accident though.
     
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    Nice one thank you!