The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

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Post by ehbes » Mon Nov 11, 2013 6:16 pm

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Re: The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

Post by R3b_Official » Mon Nov 11, 2013 7:54 pm

firstboyonthemoon wrote:So here's my quick and dirty attempt at that "Splurt" bass:

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It's fair to say that it's not quite there. It sounds to me like the original is sidechained, but with a weird release that I can't figure out how to emulate. Maybe using a white noise generator as a trigger instead of a drum hit?
So.... i sort of change your sub patch with the waveshaper to some growl thing :6: Was pretty interesting and thought i could get something different out of it and used the waveshaper in saturator to boost some stuff and it worked pretty cool and then i tweaked some other stuff and played a couple notes together because you get a wobble effect going when you layer perfect notes with each other and i got these growlish sounds youd get in fm8 and thought it was funny :cornlol: went on to mess around more and created a rack with 2 other chains with pitch effect boosted down 1 octave on both and messed around with more chords and got some cool growls and this weird table scratch sound thing.

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But i found this so hilarious how what one waveshaper did to a sine wave lol.

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Re: The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

Post by titchbit » Mon Nov 11, 2013 9:05 pm

ehbrums1 knows his sub

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Post by ehbes » Mon Nov 11, 2013 10:42 pm

dubunked wrote:ehbrums1 knows his sub
if youre feeling the stuff i posted then for sure check out this and this . theres a lot of interesting stuff going on around the 130 business
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Re: The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

Post by Kane6789 » Wed Nov 13, 2013 8:42 pm

Can anyone help recreate the sound at 1 minute 22 seconds. The short stabs.
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Im bad with getting waveforms correctly, Sounds like pitch decreases or a lowpass filter closing over time with short amp envelope on each note trigger to create the stab. Just struggling to recreate the basis of the sound before automation

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Post by titchbit » Wed Nov 13, 2013 9:16 pm

Kane6789 wrote:Can anyone help recreate the sound at 1 minute 22 seconds. The short stabs.
https://soundcloud.com/asylumasylumasylum/bad-habit
Im bad with getting waveforms correctly, Sounds like pitch decreases or a lowpass filter closing over time with short amp envelope on each note trigger to create the stab. Just struggling to recreate the basis of the sound before automation
Sounds like a couple of saws or maybe squares, detuned a little bit, with an LFO on either cutoff or volume, not quite sure, which is giving you that stab sound as you put it. they then automate the LFO rate a little bit. Then they also use filtering to give it some character, both low AND high pass (because the sub sounds like a different patch). I don't really hear an envelope on pitch or anything if that's what youre thinking, but I could be wrong. Give it a shot.

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Re: The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

Post by titchbit » Sun Dec 29, 2013 11:39 pm

I've been trying to get this bass patch down. I think I've got pretty damn close but there is still something missing. I'm not sure what it is but I'm thinking it's some weird effect that you wouldn't think of like reverb or something. I'm just after the sound, not the notes, but I used the notes (and drums) from Smear Dub to make it easier for people to see what I'm talking about. Here is my patch:

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It's just a sine with a bit of attack and release on the amp envelope, lowpassed with some filter drive (sylenth), LFO on volume of course, and then some overdrive in sylenth and as an effect in ableton, a tiny bit of compression, and then some more lowpassing at the end. I found that adding some attack and release to the amp envelope really made a difference for me, but it's definitely still missing something that gives it that timbre.

Here's the sound I'm after (0:27):



Do you think I should use a different oscillator than a sine? If you guys have any suggestions I would appreciate it a lot. Thanks :)

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Post by ehbes » Mon Dec 30, 2013 1:49 am

id try maybe back off the low pass a bit and if that doesnt work try mixing ing a triangle wave to add some harmonics
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Re: The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

Post by titchbit » Mon Dec 30, 2013 2:28 am

i added a triangle and it didn't sound much different but then i messed with the phase and as long as either the sine or the triangle is at inverted it gives it a nice timbre.

thanks for the tip mate. :Q:

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Post by SunkLo » Mon Dec 30, 2013 2:51 am

Yeah I'd try triangles with some unison detuning. There is also a fair bit of reverb on it.
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Re: The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

Post by bennyfroobs » Mon Dec 30, 2013 3:01 am

ehbrums1 wrote:man knows his sub

yes this one is class
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Post by ehbes » Mon Dec 30, 2013 3:11 am

bennyfroobs wrote:
ehbrums1 wrote:man knows his sub

yes this one is class
did you hear the VIP on the wen b2b mumdance?
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Post by bennyfroobs » Mon Dec 30, 2013 3:13 am

i did and i was impressed

completely different angle but still sounded class
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Post by ehbes » Mon Dec 30, 2013 3:15 am

yeah i didnt recognize it until the vocal cuts

for those of you with out my google skills
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Re: The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

Post by bennyfroobs » Mon Dec 30, 2013 3:28 am

BENNY FROOBS2 weeks ago

fuck sake wen
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haha

ffsss i want to go see wen so bad now
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Post by ehbes » Mon Dec 30, 2013 3:30 am

bennyfroobs wrote:
BENNY FROOBS2 weeks ago

fuck sake wen
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haha

ffsss i want to go see wen so bad now
at least he's in your country you tnuc :lol: 130 isnt really here haha
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Re: The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

Post by bennyfroobs » Mon Dec 30, 2013 3:43 am

itd be cheaper for me to live in amsterdam and fly over to london than travel from where i am. not ideal situation :D although i am lucky that i do have music like this actally in my country. tbf though ur dubstep scene is gettin fairly alright over in america, with Joe Nice / reconstrvct kicking off. dno how close u r to those gigs though
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Re: The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

Post by titchbit » Mon Dec 30, 2013 4:09 am

bennyfroobs wrote:tbf though ur dubstep scene is gettin fairly alright over in america, with Joe Nice / reconstrvct kicking off. dno how close u r to those gigs though
ehbrums is a little too north for that unless he's making drivesssss

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Post by ehbes » Mon Dec 30, 2013 4:18 am

Reconstrvct is just too far to drive and too close to let it just go by

itd be a 4 hour drive
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Re: The Sub/Low-Mid Range Bass Thread

Post by bennyfroobs » Mon Dec 30, 2013 4:22 am

do u have the equivalent of shitty 1 star ryan air flights taht u can get city to city for like a fiver in america?

actually i might fly to london next time

fuck 100 bar for the train. could mebs get a return flight for like 40
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