how to make this deep rolling bass ?

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  1. collymore

    collymore Member

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    Hi, I have been hearing this deep rolling bass more and more and tried if I can make anything similiar...but with no succes :( Can anyone explain how its done ? from 1:18 and foreward ?

    Thanks a lot...
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  2. inatecker

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    In my opinion are sine waves with some modulation lfo/cutoff and envelope perhaps, and the second with pitch / lfo? I'm not sure but I think it's something similar.
     
  3. collymore

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    Thx, will give it a go again...
     
  4. Anoesj

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    Have you got Massive or Sylenth? I could try recreating the synth and posting the patch here if you like.
     
  5. collymore

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    No I use Reason, so I don't have these...sorry..but thanks appreciate it
     
  6. Gloxxy

    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    That is just sine/square waves (depending on how you make your sub bass) with lfo to filter freq cutoff and pitch to lfo, like inatecker said.

    You can make that quite easily in Thor with the modulation matrix if you know what you are doing with the routing.
     
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    Mason John 21st Junta

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    What Gloxxy said.
     
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    You can detune two sines +0.12 and -0.12 (example) or link lfo to cutoff or env to cutoff
     
  9. ad-vanc3d

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    Easy to recreate, i first heard these baselines back in the 96s days , listen to ramm records speed of sound. If you are using reason open up an initilised instance of subtractor. Use one osc only and change to sign wave , set polyphony to 2, filter fully open and no res at all. Set amp env to give u a gate type ( note on note off envelope) , now change the octave range to 3 or 2. Hold two keys down together exactly ie CandCsharp , and one note should slighty detune from the other play with the pitch bend. U can also do this by importing a looped sine wave in a sampler any two keys directly neighbouring each other works .
     
  10. collymore

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    cool...so simple and I really have not thought of this...thx a lot....really appreciate it
     
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    Give it a try and let me know how you get on, happy to help if you need further advice let me know .