how to get this deep sub baseline?

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Jimmyprice
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how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by Jimmyprice » Mon Apr 18, 2011 3:37 am

Can any1 tell me how to get this deep baseline? Ive tried lots of different kinds toms, bass drums and synths but i cant seen to get anything as deep/ sustained as in this track

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJzlDAVv ... ideo_title

(starts around 2 mins in)

would really appreciate some help

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Re: how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by googoo » Mon Apr 18, 2011 1:43 pm

It sounds just like TR909 toms to me.

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Re: how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by MacGuffin » Mon Apr 18, 2011 2:53 pm

hooray for Julio Bashmore! I love his style.

But yeah, those are 909 toms for sure.

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Re: how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by ramangill » Mon Apr 18, 2011 6:17 pm

I have got many 808 and 909 samples and yeah....909 Tom...just manipluated a little...using Simpler or many other effects in Live.

I even think you can use the operator and use the sine wave form...but never tried that approach...I would love to learn the steps to that though.
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Re: how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by Jimmyprice » Tue Apr 19, 2011 7:01 am

ramangill wrote:I have got many 808 and 909 samples and yeah....909 Tom...just manipluated a little...using Simpler or many other effects in Live.

I even think you can use the operator and use the sine wave form...but never tried that approach...I would love to learn the steps to that though.
cheers!
do u know any good sample packs for 909 toms??

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Re: how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by Silence » Tue Apr 19, 2011 8:08 am

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Re: how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by ramangill » Tue Apr 19, 2011 3:35 pm

Jimmyprice wrote:
ramangill wrote:I have got many 808 and 909 samples and yeah....909 Tom...just manipluated a little...using Simpler or many other effects in Live.

I even think you can use the operator and use the sine wave form...but never tried that approach...I would love to learn the steps to that though.
cheers!
do u know any good sample packs for 909 toms??
Off the top of my head no...I Think there are many packs out there that offer them so they may vary in names. 2 places that have some good sounds are PrimeLoops and http://www.musicsoftwaretraining.com/ul ... ples-info/

I will be home tomorrow and I can poke around for you.
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Re: how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by octopod » Tue Apr 19, 2011 3:46 pm


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Re: how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by Jimmyprice » Sat Apr 23, 2011 12:02 pm

ramangill wrote:
Jimmyprice wrote:
ramangill wrote:I have got many 808 and 909 samples and yeah....909 Tom...just manipluated a little...using Simpler or many other effects in Live.

I even think you can use the operator and use the sine wave form...but never tried that approach...I would love to learn the steps to that though.
cheers!
do u know any good sample packs for 909 toms??
Off the top of my head no...I Think there are many packs out there that offer them so they may vary in names. 2 places that have some good sounds are PrimeLoops and http://www.musicsoftwaretraining.com/ul ... ples-info/

I will be home tomorrow and I can poke around for you.
cheers matey

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Re: how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by rewerkle75 » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:57 pm

Hey I have been trying to re create the bass/kick melody from the song julio bashmore - around but cant seem to do it. I thought it was a tom drum but I cannot seem to replicate it. When I put drum samples through simpler the sample sounds really flat if you play a note other than the route note. My ableton knowledge is average at best so any help would be appreciated! its been bugging me for a while now.

Thanks!!

heres the link to the song...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMLt1hdEZjQ

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Re: how to get this deep sub baseline?

Post by agargara » Sat Dec 24, 2011 4:30 am

Double the sample with a simple sine wave kick in operator.

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