hey guys im just curious as to how ashley wallbridge achieved his bassline in his track jynx
anyone with some sort of an idea ?
im using logic 9 i have a lot of synths . any help will do .
ha, i can't tell you which preset/synth is used, but i'm sure it dosnt matter that much. there seem to be some three layers here - you can hear after the break at 4:05 best. lowest one is panned little to the left, other two to the right. they all seem very wide, so i'm guessing they have quite some chorus effect on them and could possibly be stereo stretched as well.
there is a free stereo widener from flux that is top in my opinion. but main thing here is the sound, since the arrangement is really easy.
low ends are panned carefully, chorus sounds warm, and the compression makes the basses sit very nicely in the tune.
track kicks ass btw!
oh, and just noticed another "darker" arped bass straight in the beginning of the tune - sits right in the centre of the tune.
oh really .. hmm didnt think of it that way.. well i used massive to get 2 really wide and fat bassline sounds but i duno why it still doesnt have that rumbling sound . thats what im struggling to achieve.
ha! that you will achieve by using the EQ at the right frequencies
mate if u could provide me a tutorial step by step what to do i would be in debt to you . this is the sound i love in basslines but cannot achieve for some reason but if u could show me how then that would awesome and really appreciated
what did you try so far?
Afaik this tool appears to be good for it. Pretty obvious JYNX has only the subs sidechained
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