Bass

The breadth of sounds you have access to with virtual instruments is enormous. Learn how to make your MIDI sounds “real” using velocity automation, articulations, modulation, re-amping and FX.

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Waves Bass Rider takes bass mixing “back to the future,” updating the concept of gain-riding with speed, precision and musicality. Craig Anderton shows you how to mix your bass tracks like the pros.

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Sometimes you have the bass sounding great in the mix, but there’s an inconsistent note which spikes in level, affecting the tightness of the low end. Mixer Sean Divine shows how you can fix this issue with Waves Bass Rider and keep your bass level in check.

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In this tutorial of Waves Bass Fingers, the plugin’s developers, acclaimed bass player Or Lubianiker and keys player and programmer Eyal Amir use a MIDI keyboard to match the articulations of a real bass. Learn how to tweak the plugin to represent the true sound of the instrument.

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From hip hop to funk to death metal, Bass Fingers can do it all, with the world's most extensive library of fingerstyle bass samples for keyboards, so you can play with all the nuance of a real bass player.

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Bass Fingers is a natural-sounding virtual instrument with an extensive fingerstyle vocabulary, from natural sustains, legatos, release and decays, to realistic percussive playing, slides, mechanical noises, and other natural playing effects.

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We all want a solid sub-bass foundation in our tracks, but what other creative ways can you experiment with sub treatments like Submarine? We got a handful of pros to share their tips and presets on using the plugin and working creatively with sub design.

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In part 2 of this video series, Hollywood film music producer/composer Junkie XL (Terminator: Dark Fate, Deadpool) shows how he mixes bass to be punchy, big and exciting, to match the explosive drums in his session and not disappear in the mix.

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Getting a fat but tight low end is the holy grail of mixing, but the trick is using the correct tool for the job. We compare 4 different bass and sub plugins – Submarine, LoAir, R-Bass and MaxxBass – to show you how to always get a perfect low end.

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Sometimes the bass in your track is present and audible but lacks the earth-shattering thump that makes you move. Mixer Sean Divine shows how, using Submarine, you can get the crowd dancing to the beat like they should.

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