Reese bass sound design help

JimpaDirt

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Notch filters, phasers, flangers! Notches are my personal fav, they can make some really cool sounds if they sweep over the right spot.
 

DjCartel

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youve already got a sick bass man! i should be asking you how you made it! (hint hint). all i could really suggest is to reduce the reverb a little bit, although i quite like the way it tails off!
 

subprime

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Seems like the bass is too loud already, that is if you are hoping to add drums and atmospheres and stuff. From here I would be sticking with the audio, chopping it up, seeking out the interesting movements that are already there and sequencing that.
 
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Like DJCartel said, there's a lot of reverb in there, that's my only gripe. But maybe that's what you're going for. It sounds pretty close to a Reese bass otherwise, but like subprime said it's pretty loud already and taking up a LOT of presence on the low, mid and high freqs. I'd say cut down the reverb and trim off some of the low-end, so you let pads/cymbals/rides and kicks have some power respectively.
 
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