Hello all. I've been experiencing some problems with Basslines, today i loaded a bassloop track into the arrangement on ableton live in my music class, then i brought the project home to finish later, and when i opened it the bassline that was working perfectly fine there now had no sound, and i brought with me all the samples i used in there too. I found that very strange, so i just picked up another loop and they were all very low in volume, i could barely hear them, like the loops were all bad loops, or the basslines were really low and bad to hear. So i decided to create a midi track for the bass, so i created the midi track and tried some acoustic bass instruments from ableton, and they are all very hard to hear too, not like some loops that are very well constructed and very loud. I also find all the synth basses that come with ableton a little no-low at all and they sound strange, should i maybe put a acoustic bassline together with a synth bass ?
So my question is: Is it correct if i put 2 equal baselines playing together ??? (one synth bass that has a high volume but no low and a acoustic bass that have the basslow but it's volume is low and hard to hear):comando:
Last edited by Jupara; 21-06-2012 at 11:12 PM..
Reason: EDIT: Last sentence meant acoustic + synth, not two acoustics =p
But still how come i can hear the bassline very well on some musics even on my pc speakers ? Is it about amplifying and mastering the track later on ?
also im guessing your pc speakers are bad, but you also have to remember that there is like regular bass(what pc speakers should pick up), and subbass, where its more felt then heard(which most generic speakers dont pick up)