synths for low end

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  1. kenny_B

    kenny_B New Member

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    need to find a good synth for low end. Any ideas
     
  2. MuttleyDubs

    MuttleyDubs Member

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    i think you make make 'low-end' in any synth, that's the idea of a synth surely. what program are you using? and what sort of low end do you mean? sub bass?
     
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    kenny_B New Member

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    yer sub bass man, tryed massive and albino but it's not clean enough got a bit of a buzz in it.
     
  4. mikeOO1

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    put a low pass filter on the standard bass in massive if you want one of the easiest ways of getting a smooth sub with minimal effort, it just works.
     
  5. perspective

    perspective Sex Drugs & Sausage Rolls

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    sines ftw :teeth:, 3xosc if you are using fl studio
     
  6. RevTech

    RevTech Butthole=output transduce

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    sine and square combines, and low pass it.

    Massive should be fine with anything tho
     
  7. Permutated

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    If you're running LOGIC the default patch for the EXS24 sampler is a heavy sine wave.

    Just tweak the release and you're good to go. Throw a mid range lead over it with the same notation data on that track so they sync up. Sometimes on the lead I'll put the LFO set to filter cutoff so it sounds warped.
     
  8. Ketz

    Ketz Thinkin outside the box..

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    for a sub bass u don't really need any advanced synths imo, as sub is inherently a simple sound, like some of the guys said if ur using FL 3xosc should do fine, Reason Subtractor and Malstrom will do the job (i use Malstrom for my subs in Reason)
     
  9. Dan M

    Dan M hard gay northern bear

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    go on zeta. preset integrated fifth then turn off all oscillators and effects etc then jus add a sine to the first osc and add various affetcts as you see fit.