The Reese Bass Thread

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Re: The Reese Bass Thread

Post by hubb » Fri Dec 26, 2014 2:34 pm

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I would try layering it with a lowpassed compressed version of itself (at low volume) to give it a bit more body.... but that might just be because we're listening to it outside of the tunes context/mix.

I would recommend distorting it/making the whole reese while you listen to the drums in the track aswell though, because then you can judge what frequencies would benefit more from the distortion and compression and so on/ fill out the spectrum.
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Re: The Reese Bass Thread

Post by hugoo » Sat Dec 27, 2014 10:12 pm

^ yes, true. thats the best way to make it and it will fit more. also it sounds different when is sidechained and played with other stuffs in the track.

anyway here is another one i made today. now i have to find a way to use them :6:

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Re: The Reese Bass Thread

Post by hubb » Sat Dec 27, 2014 10:55 pm

nice^

I'd consider using another reverb though ... it's slightly tinny sounding.. like the way it trails off sounds a tiny bit un-natural

not a huge issue at all but think about it
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Re: The Reese Bass Thread

Post by zillo_music » Sat Jan 03, 2015 1:54 am

Hello,
Can anyone help me remaking this bass from TC's bootleg?
at 1:15
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLJXp8Tsxis
It's quite unusual for me (I'm not 100% sure it's reese bass, sorry if it isn't)
especially I had problems producing that crisp in higher frequencies... I tried turn resonance a bit but i I just doesn't do the trick. Help please

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Re: The Reese Bass Thread

Post by puzzlefactory » Sat Jan 03, 2015 7:32 am

hugoo wrote:im new here and i like reesey sounds lol... and i will share a bass i made today

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Very nice Reese sound. What was your production process?
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Re: The Reese Bass Thread

Post by GNova » Sun Jan 04, 2015 4:28 am

zillo_music wrote:Hello,
Can anyone help me remaking this bass from TC's bootleg?
at 1:15
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLJXp8Tsxis
It's quite unusual for me (I'm not 100% sure it's reese bass, sorry if it isn't)
especially I had problems producing that crisp in higher frequencies... I tried turn resonance a bit but i I just doesn't do the trick. Help please
Sound more like a kind of growl stuff to me, some massive with phase and fuzz distortion maybe. I get the basic with 2 square, first pitch -12 wt pos 0 intensity 3/4 phase 3/4, second pitch 0 wt 0 int 1/2 and hardcliper dry 0 drive 3/4 and daft filter on both. It is not exactly the sound but it might be the first step.
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Re: The Reese Bass Thread

Post by hugoo » Sat Jan 10, 2015 3:53 pm

puzzlefactory wrote:
hugoo wrote:im new here and i like reesey sounds lol... and i will share a bass i made today

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Very nice Reese sound. What was your production process?
ahh i dont remember the process exactly but good reese patch, distort it and put it in kontakt, so after you can play it on different notes which is great, then split on 2, bandpass, distort, highpass, comb, distort and you will have good results

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