All about that Bass

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All about that Bass

Post by Ema_geodiV » Mon Oct 27, 2014 8:46 am

What are different ways to morph your basses into 'something' different without ruining it or adding "Too much"? In short how do you guys usually resample your basses in a simple but bad ass ways :lol: . I'm just wondering, coz mostly when I add stuff to any of my bass it'll started to sound overly distorted or just plainly crap :?
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Re: All about that Bass

Post by _Agu_ » Mon Oct 27, 2014 11:52 am

Get things right in the synth, don't get crazy with the fx + layer, layer, layer

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Re: All about that Bass

Post by JTMMusicuk » Sun Nov 02, 2014 9:02 am

If your using massive then use the macros and assign different things to them for example the filter cutoff, resonance, attack, decay, release, fx dry/wet...
Keep your original bass sound at the 0 point in each of the macros so you can easily come back to where you started if you think it sounds crap.
you could then assign the macro controls to a midi control allowing you to quickly alter different settings whilst recording

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