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TOPIC: squelchy zipper bass?

squelchy zipper bass? 2 years 2 months ago #24347

  • ClaytonVincent
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heard a lot of people do this. the example here is a whitebear song. the sound happens a lot around 3 min in. holler at me if you have any ideas <3
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squelchy zipper bass? 2 years 2 months ago #24403

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Hey brotha man, so I'm pretty sure the squelchy zipperness you're referring to is actually not a bass (although with some smart synthesizing, i.e. lowering the octave and layering a sub underneath, it could easily be bass material!) but a saw or square wave with a pitch envelope and automated attack/decay/sustain/ and release. Add some cool fx like saturation, reverb, time delay, and arpeggiation and you've got yourself some juicy zipps! I just recently learned how to make this sound from a mad zach youtube tutorial. Search youtube for mad zach laz(s?)ers and there's a great ableton tutorial! Peace and happy sound designing!
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