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PoM
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Posted : Sep 18, 2016 20:54
serum have a great feature, it let you choose wich range of the waveform you want the osc to retrigger insteed of other synth i know that let you choose just one point on the waveform. so if you want a bit less of the machine gun feeling wihtout loosing power this setting is usefull, each note will have a slighty different attack but offocurse you set it up on the right part of the sawtooth to avoid loosing punch.
a other neat feature it s possible to balance the harmonics of the waveforme one by one to your taste to avoid much eq , you won't really need to notch or boost some harmonics in the low and low mids after that as you adjust them the way you want directely on the osc.
Jaadoo
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Posted : Sep 19, 2016 00:11
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On 2016-08-24 13:41, PoM wrote:
depends but there is often more work on the sound design than the typical 1 saw bassline, slight more complex patchs to make it sound more fresh/electro/commercial for some type of prog trance.

not related to this but a intresting way to get a cleaner sound is to bring a second osc with a sine wav at low volume and play with his frequency and phase and volume.. to clean the low mids more or less with phase cancellation, you will need even less eq after that for a cleaner sound



Yes that's why there is the subOSC           https://soundcloud.com/jaadoo
PoM
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Posted : Sep 19, 2016 19:39
yeah with sub osc but its sometimes set one octave lower and there is intresting result by bringing a second osc at the same octave or one higher, at very low volume with phase reset on the right spot of the waveform to make a mroe intresting attack or lower some hamornics with phase cancellation, it can lead to intresting result

PoM
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Posted : Sep 19, 2016 19:57
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On 2016-06-08 21:19, Cepstrum wrote:
Hmm, can anyone share some tips on the slighty fatter and deeper bass sound one can hear on todays a bit prog-psy influenced tracks? Any particular synth preset/effect used. Can't get it right... it doesn't sound like the 2000's VB1/EM1/ES-m/Tau anymore...



synth you could try all the popular one, sylenth, spire ,dune 2 , serum ect.. these can sound more or less the same and will do a good standar bass..or analog synth / sample of it with trilian .
you can try to craft the sound with spliting it into bands and process low and mids differently if you want a more "processed sound" that is common today. or to use 2 different synth layer stuff like that
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