I'd fondle a bear. I don't know what the inital process is, FM8, Sytrus, Massive, whatever. By the way, I've found that pitch automation on a complex reese-type bass in a sampler leads to lots of cool and other unexpected modulation because the rate of modulation is faster for high notes and slower for low notes.
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I don't know what the inital process is, FM8, Sytrus, Massive, whatever.
Blossom (Dubstep Worldwide 4 Edit)
I've been trying to figure out how to recreate Au5's Blossom basses, and I have no clue where to start. We have migrated to a new forum platform community. Have fun on your musical campaign to hell. I've never thought about intentionally doing that but it's a cool idea. But i have high belief that after the inital sound is made, it is put through a lot of stages of harmor, using the PRISM function.
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I'll be trying that. This forum is locked.
He seems to alternate between narrow and wide and this adds to the motion that's already going on. By the way, I've found that pitch automation on a complex reese-type bass in a sampler leads to lots of cool and other unexpected modulation because the rate of modulation is faster for high notes and slower for low notes.
And if you hear closer, you can note another bass with less dB at the end of that sound at 1: If you listen to some of the notes from Blossom that bend up and down in pitch, you can almost hear that the modulation is faster at the height of the pitch automation, suggesting that it was a resampled bass note that was loaded into a sampler.
A little tune of mine https: I think he might also be bouncing out long bass notes with lots of filter movement and possibly frequency shifting as well, then loading them into a sampler and doing effects like pitch automation as well as adding other effects. A few guesses here, I could be completely wrong. Soul Of Seun wrote: The other interesting thing is that some of his basses are very narrow whereas others are very wide.
I think au5 use is own voice to do these basses too ….
Blossom (Dubstep Worldwide 4 Edit) - Au5 | Shazam
I could be completely wrong, but if I had to guess, that's what I would say it is. That is how it gets its really juicy sound.
If you are very careful with this process, blossoj using some automations, your sound could be so clear and cool like him In Blossom's bass, if I'm not wrong, he use a LFO too MidiShaper or xfer LFO Tool, maybe to give more movement. I think he uses frequency shifting on a lot of his basses. I'd fondle a bear.