Discussion in 'Production' started by Rahrah, May 5, 2015.
wondering how he achieved this gritty sub underneath...
The sub isn't gritty, it's just a sine wave
Its not just a sine wave, its got 2nd and 3rd order harmonics
Because you can't look at the sub by itself during the clip, you cant see what else makes it up. I'd say a sine and a saw wave of the same pitch should get you the same deal.
And how the fuck can a sub be "gritty"?
I think he means the distorted highs that you get in old taxman tunes like robo cop... annix, konichi and I think spaow all do the same thing today.
correct.. i couldnt think of the right word for it
have seen hazard doin it on a couple of his newer unreleased tunes
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