Drum & Bass Liquid Reese Bass

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  1. Kopacetic

    Kopacetic Member

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    Hi. I've been producing liquid dnb for a couple months now, and I was wondering where I could find liquid reese bass presets, or at least a tutorial/article on how to design those. I've been using the same reese bass for all my tracks, and I want to have some variety in my tracks.
     
  2. Prideinyouride

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    Find a nice Reece sample, stick it in a sampler, low pass it. Done.

    You'll find most "liquid" Reece are a regular Reece just low passed to take out all the gnarly grit out of it. So just look up any Reece presets and go from there.
     
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  3. Kopacetic

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    Wow. I didn't know that!
    Thanks, will do!
     
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    DjCartel Well-Known Member

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    if you search youtube for the lsb overthinking tutorial, the bass he uses is as stated above. Just a gritty reese lowpassed!
     
  5. lewis797

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    What everyones saying but use a nice filter go get a better sounds!
    Tone2 Bifilter is the one!
     
  6. Binary_UK

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    This.

    BP 15db and the BR setting for filter are great for getting some bass movement, some nice distortion FX in it as well.
     
  7. Kopacetic

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    Thanks guys. Never knew it was just a low pass filter. haha
     
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    Dubsta Well-Known Member

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    send some tracks over with the possibility of signing a few matey
    soulflex_digital@hotmail.co.uk
     
  9. Yukon

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    Can you give an example of what kind of reese basses you are looking for? Something like this?
     
  10. Kopacetic

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    Something like that.
     
  11. graffitizax

    graffitizax Hauntr

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    you could make that bass in massive pretty sure its just detuned square waves low passed, maybe put a clean sine underneath it for stability if theres too much movement
     
  12. usualsuspects

    usualsuspects Sippin

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    detune 3 saws

    low pass of the filter cut off

    Maybe unison, maybe spread who knows

    lfos here and there for movement

    amps and distortions

    voilĂ 
     
  13. Yukon

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    I dont usually do this but ill make u a massive preset you can muck around with. it will only be a like a brief/general patch to give you the idea. maybe ill chuck in a few tips if youre lucky, I just got out of an exam and felt pretty good soo we'll see:p
     
  14. Kopacetic

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    Please! Thanks a bunch!