Experimental Bass Sound Design Explained® — Groove 3 — Free download
Sound design wiz Thomas Cochran delivers an Experimental Bass sound design video tutorial series! See how to make the sounds that define this popular electronic music genre, including ways they are used in EB productions. These videos are for electronic music sound designers who are looking for guidance on creating Experimental Bass sounds specifically.
Thomas begins with the quintessential sound of Experimental Bass, the Noise Bass, which is a heavy foundational bass patch upon which many of these songs are based. He then shows how advanced distortion is used to give the bass more punch and aggression, but without compromising the low end frequencies.
Next, you’ll see how to make both a Sine Compression Bass patch and a Heavy Reese Bass patch from scratch, which are other staple bass sounds of this genre. Thomas then shows you how to make bass sounds suitable for fills, including an aggressive modulated bass patch, a textured growl bass sound, and a powerful Resse stab sound, perfect for Experimental Bass music.
Last but not least, you’ll explore making melodic patches such as an 8-Bit Stab, Pluck Lead, Arpeggio Lead, and a Textured Chord sound, all step by step, so you understand what makes the sounds found in this genre, enabling you to then make your own custom presets from scratch.
To see what these in-depth Experimental Bass sound design tutorials show you, and how you’ll be able to make your own authentic sounding Experimental Bass patches from scratch, see the individual Experimental Bass sound design video tutorial descriptions on this page. Start experimenting with Experimental Bass sounds today… Watch “Experimental Bass Sound Design Explained®” now.
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