Can't get to fucking grips with...

Discussion in 'Production' started by Phat_Sam, May 2, 2010.

  1. Phat_Sam

    Phat_Sam Well-Known Member

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    Jump up basslines!!

    I can make a semi decent underlying bassline (sub bass line & midbassline) that drives the track along but when i come to putting all the actual 'wobble' into it, it goes up shit creek without a paddle and falls appart!!

    Anyone have any good tips for creating the wobbles/the higher end parts of the bass. Obviously theres no real formula but does anyone have ways of starting off their wobbleness?

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  2. Cat Gas

    Cat Gas Aka Basis

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    LFOs and band pass filters
     
  3. richie_stix

    richie_stix gomby plz

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    lfo... modulating a band pass/low pass/pitch or any combo...
     
  4. Kaz1983

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    I know how you feel bro, was trying get Original Sin type basslines going and still would love to be able to .. I can get the wobble going but I can't turn into the type of bassline Im wanting to. Anyway back to the thread, IMO people who say LFO equals wobble are missing the point, it is how you use that wobble that's key not just creating it.. that said I have not used bandpass filters much at all just the LFO and cutoff, so what's the reason why using a bandpass filter is a poss good idea?

    There is a thread on drum and bass arena about this..
     
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