Making Liquid D&B Bass Sounds with Massive?

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  1. parsons19

    parsons19 Active Member

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    Hey everyone,

    not been around here for a weeks, I have only made one D&B Track so far and it seemed to go down pretty well :)

    I am now trying to make more, however, I am using different tools than before! I was wondering if someone could help me how to make a nice, soothing bass sound in massive for use in Liquid style D&B :) Not looking for the slightly wobbling basslines or anything just the nice and smooth sounds :D

    Here are some examples of the think I am after, listen to the bass sounds in these tracks ;)

    Comes in around 1.30 on this one:



    Or something like this:



    I imagine you guys know these tracks but just so you get the idea! Any help at all would be awesome! :)
     
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  2. Ozmatic

    Ozmatic Chair of the Nitty Gritty Committee

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    This is probably the most asked question on the forum, try the search function
     
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    parsons19 Active Member

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    Sorry about that! Didn't think of doing a search :)

    Thanks to, I found something rather useful, of course, anyone else post tips if they want ;)
     
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    use first oscillator choose sine triangle, take pitch down to -24 put a note or melody in to see how it sounds, on the filter section use a lowpass 4 or 2, adjust the notch to about 30% ish basically until you get rid of any high end and have a nice sub bass. for oscillation in the bass use the 5 lfo route to the filter adjust then set lfo rate, hit me up on AIM if you need help : ajayrayit
     
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    Cheers for that man! Will give it a go soon :)