September 24, 2020 at 11:56 pm #37640 testParticipant
I’ve been trying to replicate this opening(is it a bass?) patch. It sounds arpeggiated. I’ve tried playing a few different chords, but I can’t get this sound down.
It’s the muffled (arpeggiated?), part, that is at the very beginning.September 27, 2020 at 12:41 am #37665 testParticipant
Can’t help with the patch, but from what I can hear, the notes aren’t just going up or down, they’re sort of “ping-ponging” like this.October 1, 2020 at 12:12 am #37735 testModerator
I was able to get something that sounds pretty close to the original bass patch. This sound is a lot more complex than initially sounds. Here’s what I did:
Osc: Two Medium Pulses, one octave apart, to give that sort of hollow, almost nasal character to your sound.
Filter: Low Pass, 24 dB. Crank it down quite far to really round it out. If you have the option, some drive will help make your sound fuller.
Filter Envelope: Very fast decay/release to get that little “click” sound on the beginning of each note.
Amp Envelope: Quick release, not too fast, just to hear the notes overlapping a bit.
Even with all this, there was a certain something missing from my sound. I got that certain something by using:
Chorus: To give that subtle smearing sound in the track. Fully wet, fully wide. Mild rate, quite a bit of intensity.
If you still aren’t getting the full bass character you want, try using EQ to boost the bass a bit. Play around with it 🙂
Hope this helps!October 1, 2020 at 10:12 am #37748 testParticipant
Thanks Jonathan! Is it an arpeggiated chord as well?
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