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Rowbance
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33 posts since 27 Nov, 2014

Postby Rowbance; Sun Mar 11, 2018 5:42 pm How to recreate this classic house bass

Hi folks,

I've always been a sucker for the bass sound you here allot in (deep) house music. I've tried to recreate it a few times without much luck... Hopefully someone with more knowlegde on sound design could send me in the right direction. :help:

Here's an example :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=012c0I1PNIk (Bass kicks in at 1:38)

Thanks !
BassMake
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68 posts since 28 Nov, 2013, from The Netherlands

Postby BassMake; Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:19 pm Re: How to recreate this classic house bass

saw + -2 sine 24db lowpass filt adsr to liking, done!
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Ari-S
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Postby Ari-S; Tue Apr 17, 2018 3:49 am Re: How to recreate this classic house bass

It's indeed just simply a sawtooth through a LPF with an envelope. https://clyp.it/pgrxmbex

Some processing is needed tho, preferably in the analog domain. You can try recording it on tape for some warmth and character.
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danfi
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Postby danfi; Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:12 am Re: How to recreate this classic house bass

Ari-S wrote:It's indeed just simply a sawtooth through a LPF with an envelope. https://clyp.it/pgrxmbex

Some processing is needed tho, preferably in the analog domain. You can try recording it on tape for some warmth and character.

what kind of swing setting did you use? definately nailed the sound
Music Bird
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Postby Music Bird; Sat May 05, 2018 3:03 pm Re: How to recreate this classic house bass

Definitely a Juno-106 or SH-101 type bass, definitely something that TAL-Uno LX or 62 (the freeware version) can nail. There’s even a patch like this in TAL Noisemaker. Any synths should do this, hardware or software.
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Postby Ah_Dziz; Sun May 13, 2018 5:13 am Re: How to recreate this classic house bass

Sounds a lot like a 303 with a low resonance setting and a saw wave. If you have a 303 emulation I would suggest trying that.
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Rowbance
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33 posts since 27 Nov, 2014

Postby Rowbance; Fri Aug 03, 2018 6:33 pm Re: How to recreate this classic house bass

Ari-S wrote:It's indeed just simply a sawtooth through a LPF with an envelope. https://clyp.it/pgrxmbex

Some processing is needed tho, preferably in the analog domain. You can try recording it on tape for some warmth and character.


oh man i never realized people replied to this post. That's pretty damn close to the original ! :o
Didn't expect it to be so simple... I'll see if i can replicate it in massive ^^

Thanks for the info !

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