Thanks to its powerful additive synthesis engine and easy to use virtual analog-style interface, RAZOR is one of the best synths around for making big, bad analogue bass sounds. In this tutorial Native Instruments show you a couple of simple tricks that will help you get gnarly, grimey basses in a matter of minutes.
Released just over five-years ago, the REAKTOR ensemble created in tandem with Berlin producer Errorsmith, has become the leading tool in generating low-frequency basslines, and synth sounds. Using the oscillaor, some filtering and shaping, Tim Cant demonstrates how to easily craft a dirty-sounding bassline, perfect for your next dubstep, or drum and bass record.
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