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Postby God Komplex » Thu Nov 28, 2013 9:27 am

I'm trying to figure out how to make those heavy bass womps. I'm not talking about the machine gun basses, although that would be helpful as well since there is no info on the other 20 forums of machine gun basses. But back to the real subject. The heavy bass that picks you up and slams you on the ground. I've messed around with frequency splitting but I can't get it cleanly distorted enough. Any tips on the FX chain? Discuss.
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Postby R3b_Official » Thu Nov 28, 2013 5:27 pm

Im sorry dude, but do you not see the other threads on this stuff? Dont make another thread, thats already here. Just bump it and post another question pertaining to these guys in that. A lot has been said and still no one really knows.... Go back to other threads; read and ask questions there. If you ask about another sound make sure you give an example something specifically youre trying to get at or even attempts youve tried.

Also on the machine gun thing, there is another thread on how to make this exactly. Its literally nothing much, just bounce out a bass and chop it up into 1/16 segments and duplicate them with different distortion or starting points. Plus there are some good tutorials on youtube.

Hopefully i didnt come off as a jerk off.
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Postby DubMikey » Fri Nov 29, 2013 7:55 am

For machine gun basses, as suggested, chop up a nice bass you like and layer it with actual machine guns. When I make machine gun basses, I normally just layer a pretty simple massive patch with actual machine guns sounds, and then process them.

Here is a tune of mine. The machine guns sounds okayish, I think, and they were made pretty quick.
https://soundcloud.com/trouncee/d-jahsta-12gauge-sadhu-baptism

So yeah, all in all the machine gun basses are really simple to make.
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Postby R3b_Official » Fri Nov 29, 2013 5:14 pm

DubMikey wrote:For machine gun basses, as suggested, chop up a nice bass you like and layer it with actual machine guns. When I make machine gun basses, I normally just layer a pretty simple massive patch with actual machine guns sounds, and then process them.

Here is a tune of mine. The machine guns sounds okayish, I think, and they were made pretty quick.
https://soundcloud.com/trouncee/d-jahsta-12gauge-sadhu-baptism

So yeah, all in all the machine gun basses are really simple to make.


Yeah exactly ^ but dang that remake is pretty much on point! You actually have a good sense on how you make youre machine gun bass, unlike a lot of people and videos showing how they are set up.

Do you mind sharing the project file? Id like to add in that D-jahsta bass that goes weewoo. Everything else is much the song :W:
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Postby God Komplex » Sun Dec 01, 2013 10:49 pm

That machine gun bass is the best I've heard so far. Can you go into detail a little bit on how you did that? Or like R3b said, project file? =D
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Postby Flywheel » Fri Dec 06, 2013 8:30 am

DubMikey wrote:For machine gun basses, as suggested, chop up a nice bass you like and layer it with actual machine guns. When I make machine gun basses, I normally just layer a pretty simple massive patch with actual machine guns sounds, and then process them.

Here is a tune of mine. The machine guns sounds okayish, I think, and they were made pretty quick.
https://soundcloud.com/trouncee/d-jahsta-12gauge-sadhu-baptism

So yeah, all in all the machine gun basses are really simple to make.

You have to tell me how to make, like, 90% of those sounds....
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Postby bouncingfish » Fri Dec 06, 2013 11:16 pm

DubMikey wrote:For machine gun basses, as suggested, chop up a nice bass you like and layer it with actual machine guns. When I make machine gun basses, I normally just layer a pretty simple massive patch with actual machine guns sounds, and then process them.

Here is a tune of mine. The machine guns sounds okayish, I think, and they were made pretty quick.
https://soundcloud.com/trouncee/d-jahsta-12gauge-sadhu-baptism

So yeah, all in all the machine gun basses are really simple to make.


Respect, that remake is sick. How did you make the main wobbly sound?
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Postby DubMikey » Sat Dec 07, 2013 2:55 pm

Flywheel wrote:
DubMikey wrote:For machine gun basses, as suggested, chop up a nice bass you like and layer it with actual machine guns. When I make machine gun basses, I normally just layer a pretty simple massive patch with actual machine guns sounds, and then process them.

Here is a tune of mine. The machine guns sounds okayish, I think, and they were made pretty quick.
https://soundcloud.com/trouncee/d-jahsta-12gauge-sadhu-baptism

So yeah, all in all the machine gun basses are really simple to make.

You have to tell me how to make, like, 90% of those sounds....


The 'wobble' basses are made of two very simple massive patches. Scrap-yard, Roughmath and Drive I think I used. The wavetables are not all that important. A lowpass with an LFO on it going through a bandreject. And modulation phaser on the second osc with an LFO on it.

I put some ohmicide on, sausage fattener, a slight touch of reverb, and a short delay to achieve the metallic sound of it. Then I sent it through another mixer channel with the same distortion only tweaked slighty different.

The wobble basses a sounding a bit better now than they do in that clip. They sound a bit squashed/too muddy in that one imo.
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Postby Vesok Audio » Sun Dec 08, 2013 2:16 am

I know that i should layer some machine guns on top of my basses, but could someone send me some, or where i could get them? All mine suck.
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Postby Ledger » Tue Dec 10, 2013 1:13 am

Vesok Audio wrote:I know that i should layer some machine guns on top of my basses, but could someone send me some, or where i could get them? All mine suck.


Sadhu actually uploaded a free sample pack to his FB with random foley and samples in it. It had 2 different samples of machine gun fire from some Call of Duty or Battlefield game. I actually used one of the machine gun samples in my rushed remix of Grim's Invasion.

https://soundcloud.com/ekulmusicofficial/grim-invasion-ekul-remix
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Postby ShrapnelDubstep » Tue Dec 10, 2013 12:55 pm

sofarmusic wrote:
Vesok Audio wrote:I know that i should layer some machine guns on top of my basses, but could someone send me some, or where i could get them? All mine suck.


Sadhu actually uploaded a free sample pack to his FB with random foley and samples in it. It had 2 different samples of machine gun fire from some Call of Duty or Battlefield game. I actually used one of the machine gun samples in my rushed remix of Grim's Invasion.

https://soundcloud.com/ekulmusicofficial/grim-invasion-ekul-remix


Can you upload that pack here?

He doesn't seem to have it on there anymore



EDIT: Found it: http://www.mediafire.com/download/nchcd ... e+Pack.rar
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Postby Vesok Audio » Wed Dec 11, 2013 7:10 pm

sofarmusic wrote:
Vesok Audio wrote:I know that i should layer some machine guns on top of my basses, but could someone send me some, or where i could get them? All mine suck.


Sadhu actually uploaded a free sample pack to his FB with random foley and samples in it. It had 2 different samples of machine gun fire from some Call of Duty or Battlefield game. I actually used one of the machine gun samples in my rushed remix of Grim's Invasion.

https://soundcloud.com/ekulmusicofficial/grim-invasion-ekul-remix



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Postby God Komplex » Fri Dec 13, 2013 3:48 am

Hey thanks alot guys. I've further pushed my knowledge into the unknown in the pursuit of my dreams. =D
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