Reese bass sound design help

Discussion in 'Production' started by chaganbomb, May 24, 2013.

  1. chaganbomb

    chaganbomb New Member

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    So far thats all I have got, im looking to figure out how to give it more movement and how to make it louder without it limiting so much and ruining the dynamics :confused: .

    Also if anyone has any vst's that create sounds for neurofunk without really needing a lot of resampling.
     
  2. SuBKA

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    i dont know what youre talking about, the bass is pretty loud and heavy already. :)
     
  3. JimpaDirt

    JimpaDirt Vettvilling

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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.
     
  4. Dugg Funnie

    Dugg Funnie Well-Known Member

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    Absynth 5
     
  5. DjCartel

    DjCartel Well-Known Member

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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!
     
  6. lewis797

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    This, that bass is nice!
     
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  8. subprime

    subprime Dysjoint

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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.
     
  9. Mason John

    Mason John 21st Junta

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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.
     
  10. spyre

    spyre sample all the things

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    IMO - way too much high end not enough midrange

    Do you have the NI logo tattooed on your d by any chance?
     
  11. Dugg Funnie

    Dugg Funnie Well-Known Member

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    lol naw, Absynth 5 and Reaktor are the only NI products I use; Absynth just happens to be the shit ;)