I still cant get this classic dnb bass

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  1. Young Dienasty

    Young Dienasty New Member

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    This bass has been the trademark of DnB for years now but i still cant seem to get it perfect.

    You can hear it in the vid at 2:11

    I understand that it has de-tuned sine waves, but thats it. Is there anybody who can give me an extensive guide on how to make it, or possibly a massive file of the bass?

    Thanks to anyone who helps me out!

     
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  2. LikesItHardware

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    It's just a filtered reese.
     
  3. Sultanare

    Sultanare Active Member

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    Those are detuned saw waves lowpassed and probably saturated. Freq split and resample a bunch. It takes a lot of time to perfect a reese, so you'll have to figure the rest out yourself ;)
     
  4. Young Dienasty

    Young Dienasty New Member

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    Thanks for the gratification of what waveform to use, pretty new to dnb=/

    ill give it a try and see what i can get!

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    i finally got it perfect guys. thanks for the help!
     
  5. Yukon

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    Show us :)
     
  6. Sultanare

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    Yesss show us :teeth:
     
  7. oversight

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    only on lappy speakers but from memory (and how techni and komatics bass noises usually sound) yeah detuned saw waves, have some filter modulation going on to give it some movement then wack a low pass on top. maybe try then distorting that and filtering again? when youre done stick a clean sine underneath for some sub.

    Im sure there is more that they have done to it, but that should get you in the right ballpark at least.