Process bass sample

Discussion in 'Production' started by Upper_CutZ, May 3, 2009.

  1. Upper_CutZ

    Upper_CutZ New Member

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    Gwan fam,
    something i lately realised to have very little knowledge of...
    - what do you send your wet or raw B) bass sample through?
    i recal something that i had came across long time ago...
    if i am not mistaken dynamics was mentioned in that article...is that to do with it?
    how do you get your sample to sound close, if not same as, to professional. how should it be processed and with what plugins? are there actually any standards that a final waveform should reach till the final stage before you use it in your production?

    cheerz,

    UC
     
  2. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    yup theres large murderation, it then run it double dark a couple of times until i finally apply turbo gnarl and if i really want to make it move i apply airplane
     
  3. T Leaf

    T Leaf Neighbourhood Sickhead

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    just as logikz said, almost :), let me clarify.

    watch rocky 4

    'there ain't no easy way out, theres no short cut home.'

    you have to experiment.