Discussion in 'Production' started by Dave Dexcell, Apr 25, 2009.
Im gonna leave this here because everyone on TAM is fucking nuts and know whats up.
How to make a Sine Compression Bass (Neurofunk/Drum&Bass)
Does anyone know some nasty serum tutorials?
Still wondering what's behind those gritty fat basslines, i'm somehow unable to find it out myself
Not that I'm a pro with sounddesign, but it always sounded like a reese to me.
And recently a friend sent me a massive patch (not sure if you use massive though) and instead of squares, he used the wavetable 'kangaroo'. That sounds not too far off too
i like to use massive's soft square wave and put it through slight distortion, low end EQing, and an amp effect (with like 60 percent dryness) and that sounds nice.
this specific type of huge thwomp bass ive been trying to recreate for ever. if anyone can give me tips about how he creates this amazing sound unlike any other thwomp basses
20hz sound - Neurofunk bass in Ableton with [FREE] plugins #2
I thought before i start a new thread about sub basses i would rather ask in this thread about something i've been trying to figure out lately. So typical jungle influenced tunes have those moving sub basslines and it sounds like all they did is, detuning 2 sine(triangles) like you would create a simple reece sound. The more detune the more more & faster wubs.
I kind of really like that sound but does 2 detuned sine waves really do a good job as a solid sub bass?
20hz sound - Neurofunk bass in Ableton with [FREE] plugins #1
Well, you tell me!
(Yes, yes it does a good job as a sub. After all, it's still a sine, right?)
Mate if you find out, do share! that bass is bliss, that's the type of bass i'd like to produce. My type of dnb.
you can do this to jump exactly to the 1.50, add this to the end of the utube url #t=1m50s
Anyone give me a hand with how to make such a bass (0:55) as this:
Its got such a tight sound to it I would love to know how
How was the 3rd Degree Gurns / Dillinja - Life bassline made? Pan flute lol?
An absolutely awesome thread with loads of sick little tips and tricks!
Pretty much the reason why I have opened an account on this forum!
Anyone have a hint as to whats going on with the sub/low-mid bass line on Stepped outside?
What I know is that its similar to the classic bass line in Logistics - Together. Its probably two detuned waves. Its probably one low note that has been resampled which creates the different speeds at which is oscillates.
been trying with different wave forms from a bunch of different synths, just can't get the sound.
One pure sine sub and two sines detuned one octave above gives you 85% of the way there. You don't need to resample, the detuning will naturally create a wobble that changes speed
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