how do i make reese synth bass?

dar kist

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im trying to figger out how to make reese bass
i use the latest version of logic , can any body help? is there a peace of software i should get? im sure i should be able to make it in logic. cheers guys
 

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haha logikz signal, well, in a nutshell,

1. 2 saw waves
2. detune
3. distort
4. resample
5. open two copies of sample, lp one, hp the other, and layer.

...and so forth. there are literally as many ways to do it as there are people in the world.
therere also five million threads on the subject, as im sure you noticed.
 
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So do you detune them untel they sound the way you want?? and what does resample mean? and last what does lp and hp mean,

ive only been prod for about 10 months now, still very new to it all

would apresiate some more details,

cheers logikz
 

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yep just detune until you get a nice sound. resampling means that you record the synth with all the effects over it and use it as a sample. and then you do it again, sort of thing. some other nice stuff is automated eq and loop points.
 

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experiment, distort, chail multiple fx, export
import, duplicate, chop rearrange, add fx, load into kontakt
play notes, export, import .. . . . ..
 
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