Regarding 205wip - you would remove current sub from bassline, and recreate it separately with dedicated sub instrument to get more fullness?
I used to do that same thing. I would take two of the same track. Eq low and the other EQ high. This was a standard until my friend asked "wtf are you doing?" And truly he is right. You do not need to go to that amount of effort and can be achieved with EQ.
I use Ableton stock EQ most of the time. In the first filter I use a Low cut and adjust from 90 to 180hz pending the amount of lower frequency.
Then, I just click it off and adjust my 2 & 4th filters (high passing the 4th)
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Originally posted by evo8
yeah i like that kick. something still missing in the low end though - i wonder if a seperate sub bass would be better than the sub of the existing bassline if you get me?
I agree, in fact I hear a sine wave about an octave higher where it should be(where it would sound nice). It is constant and follows the bass, so I assume its a layer in the bass synth, lower it by an octave or two and see how it sounds. EQing it out might be too destructive. What are you monitoring with?
Originally posted by gordan100
Yeah, kick is panned left, by mistake Ahh.. thanks
Back to this one with my last attempt. Next, i'm going north for sure.
This is a very enjoyable track to me. on the technical side those noise impacts hit too hard, they are too loud, apart from that its a really nice track.
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