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TOPIC: Bass line - how is it done?

Bass line - how is it done? 1 year 7 months ago #25070

  • vernski
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Hey guys, I've got a track here that I really like and there is a bassline effect in there that I would like to add to my set of skills.

It comes in just around 30 seconds and it has a really cool pitch affected sound.

If anyone has an idea of how one would go about doing this, I would be very grateful is you shared this knowledge.

Thanks in advance

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Bass line - how is it done? 1 year 7 months ago #25109

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if it is the crunchy pitch growl rising up it sounds like riser that you can find in any old pack. I listen through a lot of packs (beatport sounds and other places) and you can simply plug and play if that is what you are looking for.

Now if you want to create that sounds well, depends on what tools you have to work with:

You can watch this video above and it will help you achieve that growl. but that sort of effect is called a riser and you can just loop whatever note you want to play for a measure and put a pitch riser automation and that should do the trick.

hope this helps.
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