JunkieXL:I've loved the subboombass from the start! Instant access over lot's of great sounding deep bases that immediately sit nice in the mix!! A must have for every dance-producer!!
And yes, all the original SubBoomBass presets are on board! This instrument is great for any style of contemporary music - any music styles including video game music, film scores and anywhere you need a great bass and fresh sound!
He appears to have a particular fondness for electric bass guitars, with his range including a total of six different products. They were all created in collaboration with Native Instruments, and will run in both the full version of Kontakt and the free Kontakt 5 Player.
The result is an instrument that can sound very convincing; you also get a selection of raw waveforms that can be used as the basis for synthetic bass sounds. There are built-in amplifier and cabinet emulations, as well, plus an effects rack that covers phasers, chorus, flangers, echo and compression. A selection of add-on packs is available, so you can add more instruments (including an upright bass) should you decide that you need them.
Cheers Tom Wright. Tried all that mate. Turned out to be a knackerd one. Off Amazon but Fairplay to em, they sent a new one out and then asked me to send the knackered one back so all good. Got two boom 2's and getting the megaboom pukka sound. Love my music, that's our stereo in our house. And our system in the garden in the summer. For the size, the money, the sound there the nuts. Cheers fella
I had always thought my megabboom 3 bass sounded punchy/distorted or was clipping on deep bass tracks and anything over half volume sounded poor in general. I even returned it to apple and got a new one. Same problem. THEN I thought to go in to iphone settings under music and I turned the EQ OFF. I think it was set on ROCK or R&B. Immediately the sound was brighter, louder and the bass was fixed!!!!!!!
I decided to focus page exclusively on plugins and libraries that have their strength in the sub range. There are many other bass synths and libraries with a wider range of bass tones that I will cover in other articles.
Check out a collection of digital instruments for music production. Generate bass lines with several unique tuned drum percussion samples. Switch between modulating options for different elements of the track, edit and browse existing files to enhance a composition.
SubBoomBass is filled with excessive amounts of low end ammunition to detonate your tracks. With presets designed by the legendary Rob Papen and other guest artists, this dedicated bass synth will supply you with huge cone-rattling sounds that will body any music track. This software instrument is great for Hip Hop and RnB but can also be used for Dubstep, video game music, film scores and more.
DjinnBass redefines the benchmark for the next generation of virtual basses. Perfectly suited for extreme, progressive or modern music, where maximum clarity and punch at low registers is paramount. Packed with the industry-leading tones offered by Darkglass Electronics, Neural DSP & Kalium Strings, DjinnBass is all you'll need to turn your budding song ideas into fully-realized implements of sonic destruction.
DjinnBass has become a staple of my home recording process. I'm quite spoiled when it comes to bass guitar on Periphery records, given Nolly's awesome bass tone, and DjinnBass is the only bass software I've encountered that comes close to replicating that grindy, snarling quality that meshes so well with the guitar tones we typically go for.
A snarly tone, courtesy of the latest gear from Darkglass and Neural DSP. Never lose the bass in the mix again, with the ability to both fill out the lower register, while also keeping the notes perfectly intelligible among even the most dense guitar wall.
Like the sound of the Driven tone Now imagine hitting the 'Boost' button. This is the embodiment of modern extreme bass. Guttural, grinding and gnarly all while remaining perfectly intelligible across the entire frequency spectrum, and all the way down to double drop C. Your music will never lack brutality again.
Based on the Predator engine, SubBoomBass has been carefully crafted to provide you with the tools to create fresh new bass lines for any musical style. Rob Papen displays his innovative style by combining the 'phat' sounding synth engine with tuned drum percussion samples and rare samples. It is great for Hip Hop and RnB but can also be used for Dubstep, Drum and Bass, Garage, Grime and much more.
Second, the generated subharmonics pass through a gate tailored for low frequencies, which is useful for cleaning up unwanted bass rumble (e.g. from between kick drum hits in a drum loop).
Third, the Lowender passes the bass material through an output section comprised of an overdrive circuit and a lowpass filter. Driving or compressing the newly generated low frequencies is essential for evening out their dynamics, and will allow them to sit well in a mix. The variable lowpass filter is provided to shave off the higher harmonics of the overdrive and create a smooth low end - or you can leave some of them in, for raspier bass sounds.
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Not many people have the access to the studio equipment we use when mixing. That's especially true when it comes to reproducing bass and subbass spectrum.The first module in MBassador lets you post-process the bass content so that it is stable and tight and contains higher harmonics, so that it is audibleeven when played on a cheap pair of headphones so many listeners use these days.
There's nothing worse than playing your mix on a huge stage with subwoofers just to find out that it's just not powerful and deep at all - because there's no sub-bass content. The problem is, it's almost impossible to actually record sub-bass, because not only it rarely exists in nature,most microphones are just unable to record it. But MBassador can generate it from your existing bass, in a tight precise and musical way.
Bass refers to the lower frequencies of notes produced by instruments. These frequencies are vibrations that can be heard and often felt. Many instruments can produce bass. However, the bass that you hear in most of the pop tracks today is created using a bass guitar.
Three instances of kick and bass combinations. The first one would be the hardest to mix since both kick and bass are long, with clashing frequencies. The last two would be the easiest to mix since both kick and bass function differently and compliment each other.
The relationship between kick drum and bass is crucial when producing and mixing a song, so you need to get it right! Any EQ and compression you do on these sounds should be minimal, only to fix minor issues. Experiment with different sound pairings and find the ones that feel the cleanest by nature.
This is where mid and high frequencies are essential in bass sounds. You need information in these frequency ranges to make the listener hear and feel the bass, even on playback systems with poor bass frequencies.
Example of processing to boost mid and high frequencies on bass sounds for better clarity. Tools like distortion add harmonic frequencies that help the bass cut through the mix, while tools like OTT and EQ help us control these harmonics.
One of the classic tricks in Electronic music for making kick and sub-bass work together is sidechain compression. By adding a compressor on the sub-bass track and linking it to the kick, the sub will dip in volume every time the kick is triggered. This technique will make sure one stays out of the way of the other.
An example showcasing sidechain compression on a bass sound. The attack determines how fast the volume of the bass will dip when the kick is triggered, while the release how long it will take for the volume to rise again after the kick stops playing.
To mix your sub-bass and kick properly, though, you have to understand that they function in the same frequency range. This is why most people have a hard time mixing these two elements. Once you consider proper sound selection, as mentioned above, your kick and bass should be in a good enough place for you to start mixing.
Examples demonstrate the fundamental frequency EQ process between a kick and a bass sound. The photo on top shows the kick EQ process, boosting the fundamental frequency at 44Hz and dipping at 68Hz, while the bottom photo showcases the reverse process happening on the bass. This will carve enough space in the frequency spectrum for them to inhabit in harmony.
Designed by British developer Loopmasters, Bassmaster is meant to tackle any bass sound you can imagine: from analog, vintage bass sounds to growly, wobbly modern bass sounds.
SubLab, designed by FAW, is a sub-bass-focused synthesizer plugin. It has hybrid technology, enabling the user to blend analog-style synth layers with samples loaded through the built-in sampler.
The bass it offers is low and deep with rich harmonics and earth-shaking abilities, while it can also offer lush pads, strong leads, and memorable arp sequences. Perfect for those looking for an analog sound without having to buy a piece of hardware.
Denise audio promises a tool that will allow you to create a massively controlled low end for your music with Bass XL. Bass XL is a bass enhancement plugin with a clean layout that lets you boost and drive one specific frequency of the sound of your liking. 1e1e36bf2d