Rusko - Everyday (Netsky Remix)

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  1. Flite

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    Rusko - Everyday (Netsky Remix) Bass

    Hello,

    I've always wondered how netsky made his BOOOOING bass in Everyday Remix.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dD40VXFkusw @1:06 and troughout

    I've tried with Massive and some sugarbytes Wow but I can't get it to sound like that

    Thanks anyway
     
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    I instantly now realise why people get so caught up over Netsky threads haha...
     
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    No.. Just.. no.

    You'll be better off experimenting with coming up with a unique sound rather than just copying Netsky. You'll thank yourself in the future.
     
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    blablubbla, someone does not know what hes talking bout.


    its a pitch envelope. simply put an envelope on the pitch of your massive osc and play around. thinks its a squarewave, maybe two or three (just put the envelope on all of them)
     
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    Shatner's Bosom and bn14 like this.
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    of all the 'make me sound like.. ' threads, why is it always netsky?
     
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    Its understandable - a lot of people really like his tunes (myself included)
    People should read the stickies and try google more, but its hard to describe a specific synth sound in a google search.
    Obviously its better to experiment and work things out that way, but i think everyone on here has resorted to tutorials at some point to reach a particular goal.

    Maybe there could just be a sticky that all of these posts get moved to
     
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    Thanks for the responses, I just want to say I'm not trying to copy him exactly, I just find the bass VERY interesting, it's kinda unique IMO and I wondered how he got there.
    Thanks anyways guys :)) mucho love!
     
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    although im into my liquid i must admit i'm not really familiar with much of his stuff. Standardly what I have heard is good (IMO) but at the same time so is technimatic, phil tangent, lsb, hybrid minds etc. Im not hating on Netsky at all but its just seems like compared to other producers he is overated. But thats the beauty of music I spose, its all opinion at the end of the day.

    Nothing wrong with gaining inspiration from other producers any way, all new music builds upon old music, but would be good to start a sub forum for this sorta thing.
     
  11. Flite

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    I personally LOVE netsky's old tunes, but I equally love LSB, Hybrid Minds , Technimatic, etc tracks too, they're just as good imo .I guess you need to be lucky in music world to climb to the top :/
     
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    ^ The answer.

    This is also the recipe for getting that pseudo-perc 808-esque bass sound, or any bass that has a bit of "punch" with the initial hit.
     
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    I could be wrong but I thought I heard somewhere that Netsky makes a lot of his basses on sylenth. Sylenth has such a brutal saw wave and square wave so I wouldn't be surprised if he's using one or the other or a combination of the two.
     
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    Netsky is the greatest producer on earth
     
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    Meh, Burial is the greatest producer ever, imo
     
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    Who?
     
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    Re: Rusko - Everyday (Netsky Remix) Bass

    M8 DO U EVN COMPRESS?!
     
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    seriously.... you should kill yourself.
     
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    I second this