Sound design for basses in DNB
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Old 27-04-2017, 11:42 PM   #1
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Sound design for basses in DNB

listening to Blood sugar by Pendulum. Anyone know how they make the bass that comes in around 40 seconds eg the main bass. Its very fat sounding and was just wondering?
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Old 29-04-2017, 12:31 PM   #2
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anyone know?
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Old 29-04-2017, 02:50 PM   #3
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Re: Sound design for basses in DNB

Distortion. Alot of it. Also filters.
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Re: Sound design for basses in DNB

Any idea what kind of wave table eg square or saw + is it a reese style bass?
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Re: Sound design for basses in DNB

There are like a zillion DnB bass tutorials out there on YouTube. One thing I find that works well is to split the bass into to channels. A mono, low - low mid channel and a wider upper-mid + channel. I might compress the mono channel to keep all the notes punchy then do all the fancy movement (automated filters, flanger/chorus, distortion etc. ). This is just a general tip for DnB distorted midrange/bass stuff.

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Re: Sound design for basses in DNB

this is a reece
so two saw detune distortion add a notch between the two disto
create some movement on the notch with a lfo
and play low note like G2
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