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Post by kejk » Wed Apr 14, 2010 8:23 am

THOSE BASSES!

Next level shit.
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Post by drdeft » Wed Apr 14, 2010 10:49 am

yeah :mrgreen:

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Post by kejk » Wed Apr 14, 2010 5:27 pm

That bass right after the drop holy shit.
paravrais wrote:It genuinely was a couple of years before I realised it was pronounced re-noise not ren-wah :i:

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Post by alphacat » Wed Apr 14, 2010 6:47 pm

Fuck yeah. The Hycid mix of "Templar" blew my socks off when I first heard it... so good. I PM'd him once (not here) and he seems like a really nice dude too. The thing I love about this tune in particular is the melodic variation & progression - an actual song with different parts, not just a single theme rinsed out ad nauseum.

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And here's the rest of his soundcloud page...

http://soundcloud.com/ohmwerk
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Post by knell » Thu Apr 15, 2010 3:53 am

good grief... i was sold after like the first five seconds of that Templar vid haha

this is why i love this forum

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Post by ohmwerk » Mon Apr 26, 2010 12:21 pm

Thank you so much guys for your support and comments !

Cheers

Ohmwerk

Ohmwerk - Medley of 3 tracks : Insmonia + Fear + Proton Collider
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Post by Depone » Mon Apr 26, 2010 2:16 pm

ohmwerk wrote:Thank you so much guys for your support and comments !

Cheers

Ohmwerk

Ohmwerk - Medley of 3 tracks : Insmonia + Fear + Proton Collider
Soundcloud
Nice to see you around here!

Just a question, how did you get the modulation on that rich ass bass on the video posted above? Whats your tool of trade, i use massive and have got similar results mangling with the wavetable position.
Its it just pitch modulation and resampling???

Cheers in advance! :)

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Post by decree » Mon Apr 26, 2010 6:54 pm

SOO GOOD, loving it big up ohmwerk

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Post by kejk » Tue Apr 27, 2010 12:49 pm

ohmwerk wrote:Thank you so much guys for your support and comments !

Cheers

Ohmwerk

Ohmwerk - Medley of 3 tracks : Insmonia + Fear + Proton Collider
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Cheers for replying dude! Get your name out there, you make quality tunes!

Finally something fresh in this scene!

Much love,


EDIT: I loved all 3 of the previews in the medley!
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Post by ohmwerk » Fri Jun 04, 2010 1:44 pm

Depone wrote:
Nice to see you around here!

Just a question, how did you get the modulation on that rich ass bass on the video posted above? Whats your tool of trade, i use massive and have got similar results mangling with the wavetable position.
Its it just pitch modulation and resampling???

Cheers in advance! :)
All the percussion-bass in Templar are made from a kick (808, 909 etc...)

For the reese bassline, I've made a simple reese in a basic synth (don't remember the vst, but I didn't use NI Massive synth at this time) and I bounced a long note in wav format. Then its a matter of saturator/distortion, EQ/filter and layer for made "solid reese".

After, I split the "solid reese" (several times... one for the low-frq, one or two for the mid-frq, etc..) for more modulation effects (phaser/flanger, automation/lfo to various filter types, reverb/delay etc...) on different frequency ranges and repeting this process a few times.

:a: don't use stereo fx for the low-frq ! just made a good mono sub. :W:

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Post by alphacat » Fri Jun 04, 2010 6:49 pm

:n:

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Post by Subside » Fri Jun 04, 2010 6:56 pm

ohmwerk you are something else for sure

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Post by x571 » Fri Jun 04, 2010 7:28 pm

kejk wrote:That bass right after the drop holy shit.


Yowzer! and the track in your sig...

I should just sell my computer now.... sigh.

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Post by netrik » Fri Jun 04, 2010 7:30 pm

decree wrote:SOO GOOD, loving it big up ohmwerk

Agreed.
One more thing. Is your "Dubcore" tune from excisions Shambhala 2008 mix ever getting released? or do you have anything new thats coming out? Need more of your tunes.. :e:

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Post by ohmwerk » Sat Jun 05, 2010 1:13 pm

@ Netrik :

The final version of "Proton Collider" will be out in autumn or winter on 12" vinyl and digital.
Releasing on a "new forward-thinking bass music label"...artists and release details will be revealed soon !
But I'm sure you'll like the other artists, you already know some of them ;)

Otherwise, I'm working on two tracks (maybe less dark and funkiest) for Airflex Labs : http://airflexlabs.com/

and 2 other tracks, more experimental (with piano, heavy bass and acousmatic sound), for an other label... "Insomnia" is one of them... but the second tune needs more work and time... its a very delicate exercise because is a reinterpretation of a work by Bach.

About Dubcore, I will like to make a Dubcore EP with the old tune played by Jeff Excision and new stuff.
I have two months vacation to work all of this :)
I hope to have a lots of new things to offer in September/October

Thanks to All.
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Post by ohmwerk » Sat Jun 05, 2010 3:04 pm

Depone wrote: Whats your tool of trade ???
I use FL Studio since 1998 and a lot of vst, Cool Edit to edit/cut, Wavelab to analyze my sound and have a visual representation.

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Post by netrik » Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:40 pm

ohmwerk wrote:@ Netrik :

The final version of "Proton Collider" will be out in autumn or winter on 12" vinyl and digital.
Releasing on a "new forward-thinking bass music label"...artists and release details will be revealed soon !
But I'm sure you'll like the other artists, you already know some of them ;)

Otherwise, I'm working on two tracks (maybe less dark and funkiest) for Airflex Labs : http://airflexlabs.com/

and 2 other tracks, more experimental (with piano, heavy bass and acousmatic sound), for an other label... "Insomnia" is one of them... but the second tune needs more work and time... its a very delicate exercise because is a reinterpretation of a work by Bach.

About Dubcore, I will like to make a Dubcore EP with the old tune played by Jeff Excision and new stuff.
I have two months vacation to work all of this :)
I hope to have a lots of new things to offer in September/October

Thanks to All.
awesome, stoked for these :e:

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Post by Neff » Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:03 pm

these are beasts, no further comment
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Post by alphacat » Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:23 pm

ohmwerk wrote:Soundcloud
Proof that a tune can be aggressive without copping to any of the standard "darkness" clichés. Big Up once again to Ohmwerk! 8)
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