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 Post subject: What Filter is being used in this track?
PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 1:56 am 

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Does anyone know what filter is being used on the lead bass synth in this song? Either plug-in or perhaps stock filter setting? Sounds like it starts out with a bit of EQ using a high pass filter, but seems there is something additional on it giving it that almost phased sound.

Any help would be appreciated!

https://soundcloud.com/dimmakrecords/bl ... percharged


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 Post subject: Re: What Filter is being used in this track?
PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 12:49 am 

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clayton.dickmann wrote:
Does anyone know what filter is being used on the lead bass synth in this song? Either plug-in or perhaps stock filter setting? Sounds like it starts out with a bit of EQ using a high pass filter, but seems there is something additional on it giving it that almost phased sound.

Any help would be appreciated!

https://soundcloud.com/dimmakrecords/bl ... percharged


I'm guessing either a comb or all pass filter.

They usually affect phase.

A comb filter is similar to a flanged. An all pass is similar to a phaser I believe.


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 Post subject: Re: What Filter is being used in this track?
PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:28 am 

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sounds to me spread wide with a chorus effect...

I don't think the filter really matters with this type of sound..

I can guarantee you there's lots of OTT on this song tho :)

It's a preset on Multiband Dynamics in ableton or it's also available as a free VST inspired by the ableton preset... not so secret weapon for edm / electronic stuff

a little birdy also told me it's used on lots of hot 100 vocal chains these days ;)


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