Drum & Bass LIQUID / NEUROFUNK SUB and BASS TECHNIQUES... SHARE / REVIEW.

M3NZI

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Hi,
Am hopeing to get sum advice on making deep liquid/neurofunk sub basslines like "Icicle, Alix Perez, Enei... etc".

Am using FL10 with MASSIVE 1.5 (plus Various N.I instruments & Vsts) but cant seem to find any decent tutorials on this subject.

I can make a simple sustained sub but cant get that deep full body'd minor neuro sub sound...

Any advice/techniques would be much apprieciated.

Thanks.


Reference Link Below...

1 example... (1st drop main bassline)
2nd example... (@1:32 a minor bassline wub)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3pfBBlvtSM
 
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neddez

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i have found that if you use a bitcrusher (theres one in massive) on your sub bass, it can sing a bit more

thx for the links other guy
 

M3NZI

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ive seen the icicle masterclass... it was very helpfull indeed, but it doesnt cover Massive unfortunatly, only logic's plug-ins which is abit pants as i dnt have logic...
bless tho. = )
 

parsons19

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But you can apply that knowledge to massive mate :) All the plugins have mostly the same crucial features (Filters, Oscillators, etc.) you just get slightly varied results on occasion. Not a bad thing of course!

I think I made a pretty cool bass sound after watching the video (haven't used it in a tune yet) which was basically a big 3 Osciillator Sub with a nice phasing effect created from detuning 2 of them slightly :D I may have to watch it again to refresh my memory actually!
 
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I've heard that u can make pretty cool neurofunk basslines with FL's own Granulizer. I use Logic so I dont have any own experiences with that. But have heard its crazy when get the point. Search this forum for "Granulizer" and youtube has many useful tutorials about it.
 

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The black sun empire Q & A on dogsonacid.com has some great tips, I remember reading that a few weeks back. See if you can dig that up on google.
 
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