MellowMeadow
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Join date: Jun 2011
125 IQ
#1
Would it be possible to recreate a Dubstep-esque bassline using an envelope filter, a Wah, or an Auto-Filter/wah?
MellowMeadow
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Join date: Jun 2011
125 IQ
#3
I just think bass effects are underused, I like the wah(I think its a wah at least) on Sir Psycho Sexy
amonamarthmetal
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Join date: Aug 2008
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#4
There is technique in Dubstep? Oh, right. You have to turn knobs when you play live.
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red_hot_chili18
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Join date: Feb 2008
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#5
There's a device called "Hothand" that does exactly this, unsure to how much it costs, though.
Sleaze Disease
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#7
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Something like that?

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timcrow420
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Join date: Nov 2012
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#8
its production effects, osciallater filters, distorted bass, some wah, tremelo, but its mostly done in the studio with keyboards and lots of pre amps and filters only way to get that effect