Dubstep Bass Using Just Ableton Live’s Operator Synth Will Kuhn shares his approach to making a dubstep bass in Ableton Live, using just Operator.
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Whatever anybody thinks of dubstep, thanks for a nicely done video. Like the humor at the end.
Live never fails to amaze. It is a sonic playground.
When a guy looks like THAT, and makes a SOUND that sounds that way, the internet has done its job. Well done sir.
Thanks for the tutorial. The ending was fantastic.
Very nice! Keep them coming.
Good for a laugh, cheers 🙂
I would find Simpler more useful if it had two oscillators and an anti-aliasing filter.
But in this case it doesn’t really matter, for multiple reasons!
Seriously, HOW MANY MORE DUBSTEP BASS TUTORIALS DO WE NEED? It’s DEAD GENRE ANYWAY FOR FUCKS SAKE. STOP IT. PLEASE. I BEG YOU. I AM ON MY KNEES. STOP THE DUBSTEP BASS VIDEOS.
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Thanks for the comments everyone! I teach this to my high school advanced music tech class, so I try to break these techniques into as few steps as I can. I’ll try to remember to make more of these for the other techniques we do.
YOU MF! you taught me so much, and I have been working on music for a year now and this video may have just boosted me up to the next level sir. THANK YOU