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Wah wah wobble bass

Postby imbibechems2bass » Sun Jan 03, 2010 8:31 am

Sir, request for tips on how to make a tight dubstep wobble bass.

How do they get the wahwah sound to get faster and slower? I can figure it out to make a set pattern, but I cannot spead up and slow down the wobble once the pattern is made. I use Fruity Loops, if this is needed information.

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Postby S0VEREIGNTY » Fri Feb 26, 2010 10:39 pm

Get a low octave synth-- square or sawtooth wave. Apply a filter to it, then apply an LFO to the filter cutoff. The speed of the LFO determines the denomination of note value. If that didn't make sense, you're kinda SOL.

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Postby BluEater » Tue Jul 06, 2010 7:36 am

The Rate Mate of the LFO is what you need ta fuck with.. Try getting Massive from NI. Also try automating the wave table

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Postby meowdx » Sat Feb 12, 2011 1:03 pm


heres a tutorial! you need massive 1.5 though to change the lfo speed

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Postby verdroid » Tue Nov 22, 2011 11:44 pm

i'm not familiar with fruity, but i guess the technique is just the same as in any daw

1. you load a square or saw waveform in your sampler
2. loop it (if you now play it you will only hear 'iiieeeeeee' :)
3. turn lfo on, and adjust lfo rate for slower or quicker 'wobwob'
4. at last give it a BandPass filter to adjust your sound the way you like it

SIMPLY AS THAT! got that from youtube somewhere :D

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