Liquid bassline help ??

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by chewlay, May 28, 2011.

  1. chewlay

    chewlay Member

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    Hi can any one guide me a bit please ?

    I have been producing for years and got some releases mainly jump up, but have gone off it now and and really into liquid. BUT not enough experience with basslines.

    Im aiming for Lenzman style moody rollers, i mainly use massive and sub boom bass..

    Can anyone help me ?

    Cheers
     
  2. Side Effect

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    Hi m8,

    it's all about a lowpassed reece,

    i prefer reason for deep basses, anyway in massive:

    3 oscillator (all sine waves)
    turn two oscillators on formant settings with very low intensity,
    detune them (about -30/+30),
    leave the third oscillator to a simple sine wave.

    Send all to filter 1 with a lowpass filter,

    Ok, now u have a deep bassline,
    usually i add some saturation,distortion, chorus, phaser | Compression on it to make it fatter.

    I cut everything under 100hz to leave place to the sub bass,
    but is only my opinion, many people prefer to get all from one single bass

    Hope it's usefull,

    Cheers

    Side Effect

    ---------- Post added at 17:18 ---------- Previous post was at 17:12 ----------

    Uh...this is not the production thread :(
     
  3. prettyherb

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    Man tried this it's nice! big ups!
     
  4. chewlay

    chewlay Member

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    Thanks geez thats help me start something, your tunes are wicked !!!

    Have been looking for a liquid producer to pay and give me a lesson to get me rolling, would this be of interest to you ?
     
  5. Side Effect

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    Thx,

    but sorry, i have no time for lesson :( ,
    it's a miracle that i'm still producing...too much work m8...

    But i think that sharing is the best way to grow up ;)
     
  6. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    Dude, I wouldnt worry about paying for it. Just hang around this forum for a few month's, get to know some of the regulars, you'll soon be learning at a pace you couldnt imagine. Most of the stuff I've ever learnt has been from this nice helpful bunch!
     
  7. chewlay

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    no worries :D cheers for the advise will do that