Anyone know what type of Bass is this? Help please

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  1. Rose Blxnche

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    The bass that I’m referencing is at 0:15 seconds of this song

    I searched a lot on omnisphere all the moog basses but nothing is like this.
    Please help.
    Many thanks.
     
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  3. grdh20

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    sounds like a million other stock synth basses with a bit of filter on top of it to me, but someone here should have a suggestion on how to mimic it.
     
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    Sounds like a Moog to me. It sounds like you can trust your ear for the sound so I might focus on the mixing aspects of this more.
     
  5. Rose Blxnche

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    Thanks for the reply, like I said in the post, unfortunately is not a moog bass, I literally tried every moog bass in omnisphere
     
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    Sound like a Moog Bass with a 2 pole low pass filter, also layered with a Yamaha/Arturia DX7 Bass + some delay.

    Listen at 0:12 seconds for FM bass patch that it's layered with.

     
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    you can do it in massive
    osc 1 a common analog bass
    osc 2 a wavetable bass which amp has low decay, or a env to control the pitch
    osc 3 another wavetable placing above of osc 2 to makes a chord
    low pass filter also has a low decay
     
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    Didn't you ask this before? I'm pretty sure I answered this question before.
     
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  9. Rose Blxnche

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    No this the first time I’m asking this question, do you know what bass is this so?
     
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    Super phat wide bass:
    • split, the moog with a chorus delay time splitter,
    • Use a heavy compression threshold settings to squash that bass,
    • then take another chorus delay (different brand preferable) to widen more, use a mid-side eq to take in some of the low frequencies from the sides so that you don't have phaze issues (keep checking in mono to make sure) might low cut some frequencies of subs on side also
    • the middle now has breathing room to have that special funky bass groove do its thing, for that you might put some heavy compression more narrow stereo setting (bass sound itself could be from any synth or a different moog patch with faster attack and decay) but it would be following a different midi line that compliments the moog rhythmically .
    • The final touches on mastering also make a big difference as well since you would widen more there also to get that ultra phat bass sound and implementing the proper multiband compression settings to really make it penetrate rib cages.
    • personally I would make a sub frequency pass of the entire track for this one and run it in mono underneath for extra bass poundage.
     
  11. Rose Blxnche

    Rose Blxnche Newbie

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    Many thanks for this tip, i’ll try asap and see the results.
     
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    It's a FM Bass.
    @Baxter answered to one member who asked for making this sound some months ago.
     
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    If possible would love to hear the new version!

    This is a tough one that took me a while to get down actually :bow::bow:

    edit: this trick is difficult because of the bass on the sides. If you roll off more during mastering it can help too. You really have to hit it hard with the compression though
     
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    Had some fun and made a quick test with the freeware synth TAL Elek7ro 2 (pulse wave oscillators and lowpass filter envelope). It's not spot on, but I learned something in the process:
    https://clyp.it/pchsho2l
     
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    I guess.
    I only ask for chocolate if used.
     
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  21. Rose Blxnche

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    :woot: Man this is very near, i don’t know sh*t about sound design and my result sounds completely different. I tried the tips that kungpao said but nothing :unsure:
     
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