Some tips and visuals which will help to get / learn a good sounding drum mix. Let’s start with part one. Enjoy !
Tutorial 10 Altering and widening a bass sample
In this tutorial we show you another way how you can treat the bass oneshots of BHK sample and patch packs to create new bass sounds for your productions and by the way how to widen the bass sound.
Tutorial 9 Sample Start
In this tutorial we show you how you can use the modulated bass recordings ( Tutorials 4, 7 & 8 ) furthermore to create basslines in midi. For this, you have to export your recording first and load it into a sampler so that you can play over the whole keyrange.
Tutorial 8 Sampler LFO’s & Filter Types
In this short tutorial we will show you another possibility to get movement in a bass. “You will find a wide range of diffrent reece bass textures in the BHK drum’n’bass packs which are all dry so you can process them in many ways and create new basslines or bass sounds frequently.”
This time we use just the filters and the lfo of three samplers.
This works with any wav sampler (KONTAKT / ESX 24 / Ableton Live Sampler, Halion etc.)
Tutorial 7 Additional frequency movements
In this tutorial we show you a further possibility of resampling. Basically, we do the same as in the previous tutorial. This time, we also use a equalizer to bring more movements into.
Tutorial 6 Bass Sound Destruction
In this tutorial we will show you some new tricks on how to create a bassline with the aram reese bass oneshots, with the process of using heavy distortion, how to fix the destruction and an option to process this further with the help of a filter effect.
BASIC REESE BASS MODULATION WITH HARMOR
Shows how to set up Image Line’s HARMOR easily to get some nice results. Enjoy !
Tutorial 5 Drum’n’Bass Percussive Top Loops
This tutorial will show you a little trick on how to create percussive top loops. We will use some snares which will be manipulated just with pitch and decay to get a percussive character. So you get an idea how it works.
Tutorial 4 Drum’n’Bass Bassline (Part 2.1)
Same approach as seen in the previous tutorial, but this time with EQ band automation for some heavier movements !