Fred V - Simple Beginnings Sound

Discussion in 'Production' started by wilf, Aug 8, 2010.

  1. wilf

    wilf Fliwo

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    Hi there,
    Sorry for another thread about how to get a particular sound, but been trying to nail this one since I first heard this tune and can't quite seem to work it out..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvphPHAShzg

    ^ Link to the tune, its the sound after the drop, seems to be something to do with a slow attack on an lfo as the sound seems to rise? Correct me if I'm wrong..
    Any tips greatly appreciated
     
  2. sausagenumber9

    sausagenumber9 Member

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    i belive you can do it liek this -
    get your self 3 osc.
    one sine one square and one sawtooth
    run them to low pass filther around 3khz
    slow lfo modulation maybe (slightly , nothing ruff)
    tune square -6
    sine 0
    sawthooth +10

    I rember there was a tutorial to similar bass but i didnt find it :/
    seems you just got to try some more :D
    GL
     
  3. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    seems to me thats a reversed piano melody. or do you mean the wobble?
     
  4. wilf

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    No, was actually talking about the bass but I've realised that the reversed piano melody is just making it seem like its rising towards the end of each note, but it appears thats not the case...
    Think I've figured a sound thats pretty close using just square waves,

    sausagenumber9: thanks for the help, but the sound you suggest (or as far as I could discern) will be a much harsher one thanks to the saw wave, but just had a play with what you said and it does make quite a nice sound in any case :rosie:
     
  5. SuburbanFilth

    SuburbanFilth Member

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    m8 i was just looking to recreate the bass and i found ur post on search :) how did u do it?