One of the biggest and pretty much only problem I am having right now is getting a good distorted sub bass. Here are some examples of what I'm talking about:
1: https://soundcloud.com/lookasmusic/dvbb ... ami-lookas 2: https://soundcloud.com/enzopicardimia/e ... rdi-x-tegi
I work in Ableton, I've tried a few different approaches but still can't get the results like those tracks.
I have tried these methods on both a sampled 808 that I put in Ableton's Sampler, and also a Sine wave "808" shaped sub bass that I made in Massive.
-Saturating -Wave's MaxxBass -Wave's RBass -Turning the OSC knob so that some Square wave frequencies get through for the higher harmonics.
I can never get the really tight sounding disruption, it usually just makes the sub sound muddy, and distasteful.
Does anyone have any advice?!
Yeah, same question. So that the sub frequencies are left unharmed?LilWUB wrote:Do you think that this technique should be parallel processed with a high pass?blinkesko wrote:Take your 808, saturate it a bit until you hear some of the upper harmonics come through, use an eq to boost/cut after taste
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