Want to know how to make that fat sounding Tech Kick & Reverse bass you hear in Tech Trance?
Tried but never got it to sound quite right?
Struggle with where to even start?
Not sure about what samples to use?
Getting a classy sounding Tech Trance Kick & Reverse Bass can be quite difficult at times. Especially when not done correctly, as it can sound cheap and very unprofessional. There is also a fine line where it can start sounding like hardstyle if not done correctly. If you have found yourself trying to make a Kick and Bass like this, but it never quite sounds right then be sure to check this out!
This “Allan Morrow – Tech Trance Kick & Reverse Bass Tutorial” will show you exactly how Allan Morrow creates the sample sound above with much ease and without over complicating the process.
– Kick selection and what sound to listen out for.
– Creating the right bass sample from your synths.
– Exporting bass samples and using the right processing for the desired effect.
– Sidechain setting to create the right reverse bass sound.
– Creating multiple reverse basses with different kicks.
– Creating a reverse bass from VST & samples.
– Understanding which samples to use and why.
& much, much more!
Allan Morrow – International Trance DJ/Producer. Tracks signed to labels such as Armada, Blackhole Recordings, Discover Records, Kearnage Recordings, Mental Asylum Records, Pure Trance, FSOE, Outburst Records & Many more!
Yes, all the technique you will learn in these videos can be implemented into your own DAW.
The tutorial is done using only Logic Pro X plugins, Ozone 8 Imager, LFO Tool, Audio Samples, Sylenth1 & Spire (***These synths aren’t needed though for the purpose of this tutorial. You can use any synth of your choice)
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I've been looking for tutorial on how this is done! Am studios has answered!!
Another high quality tutorial!
As per usual Allan morrow doesn't hd back!
Great to watch and learn how this sound is created. Am studios is the place for tutorials!
Been searching for ways to create this sound for a while now and super happy to have stumbled across Allan's tutorial. Cheers mate