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Power chord Add another an octave above too, all made of saw waves... so that's root, 5th, octave on three different oscillators. You could make it even more ridiculous by layering two identical sets together and detuning them like double tracked guitars urrrrgghhhhNinjaEdit wrote:I've now been working in B.
I found sine waves tuned a fifth apart, with the top one a little flat, sounds pretty heavy.test_recordings wrote:Tbh frequency is only part of the sound, harmonics play a bit part. I don't make a separate sub, just one harmonic rich wave then filter it on the synth ui then EQ it after if necessary.
The key isn't so important as the frequencies in the wave for heaviness imo
You could low pass it for the sub AND high pass it for the 'air' with parallel filters. That's generally how I make my basses, don't see the point of separating them out if its not necessarySamuel_L_Damnson wrote:But then that's not a sub is it. That's just silly. I'd keel my root note separate IMO
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