#1
just wondering if this bass tone sound ok to you bass players

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1610178/heha.mp3

made drums in under 10 min so dont focus on those yet
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#3
It's alright, sounds pretty synthesised mind.

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#4
the tone itself will do alright in a mix, but it does sound pretty crappy on its own. The timing is too robotic. Midi bass yes?

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#5
yep its midi, been trying to humanize it as much as i can :P guess ill have to work more on velocity and timing offset
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#6
yeah thats a great twangy clean sound probly be a good slap tone for those enthusiasts out there
#8
do you like it? If you answer yes, look to response A. If you answered no, look to response B.

A) Then its a good tone.


B) then its a bad tone. Change it. Then repeat the process stated in the reply message
#9
^ bass tone come from the playing, since its midi there no playing, so im asking bass players what they think because ive never touched a bass before
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#10
It's too much bass IMO, you should add some mid frequencies, the kickdrum totally eats up the tonality of the bass.
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#11
Quote by QvistDK
It's too much bass IMO, you should add some mid frequencies, the kickdrum totally eats up the tonality of the bass.


Yea, it's all lows. I couldn't hear it at all until I put in some headphones. In a full mix it'd be completely swallowed.
#14
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now it is definitely hearable, which probably is a good thing

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1610178/wheaawehaweawesf.mp3

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A little too much twang though. Not my cup of tea, but alot of other people like it, and I think that tone is the best your gonna get with MIDI.
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#15
Yea maybe a bit metallic but really you should wait until you have the full mix before you tinker with it much more.
#16
The tawngyness will help it stand out in a mix but some of it will be subdued overall.
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#17
you should probably try and nail the tone when the rest of the track has been recorded. it will sound completely different in context to a thick guitar tone.

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#18
I would get rid of the lows under 50Hz, boost 400 and 800, and boost 2500. But that's just me.