Progressive Trance Kick & Bass –  Video Tutorial

  • Wanting to learn how to produce a professional sounding Progressive Trance Kick & Bass?
  • Not sure what bass patterns to use?
  • Struggle to find the right sounding kicks?
  • Bass lacking atmosphere?
  • Kick and Bass not sitting right together?
  • Struggle to get the right type of groove?
  • Not sure about which type of sounds to use?

Allan Morrow – Progressive Trance Kick & Bass [90+ mins]

Welcome to the latest AM Studios series! In this series, Allan will be going through every step to show you how to make a Progressive Trance Track, starting with the first video “Progressive Trance Kick & Bass”. In this video, you will learn everything you need to know to get a professional sounding foundation for the rest of your track. Having a solid sounding kick and bass will set you up for the rest of the elements of your track fitting into place nicely.

Kick & Bass is by far one of the trickiest parts of producing any track, but now you can watch as Allan explains everything in a considerable amount of detail to get you to that professional sound.

If you are looking to take your progressive Trance Kick & Bass to the next level, or just wanting to see another producer’s approach, be sure to check this out!

The video covers:

  •  Choosing the right sounding kick.
  •  Understanding which bass notes will work with your kick.
  •  Creating a bass pattern and groove.
  •  Creating an atmospheric bass.
  •  Choosing the right sounds for your basses.
  •  Applying movement to your bass sounds.
  •  Mixing your kick, sub and mid basses layers together.
  •  Fine-tuning EQ and ducking techniques.
  •  Oscillator stereo mixing and placement.
  •  Delay & Reverb techniques for your basses.
  • + much more!

Video Duration:

1 Hour 34 Minutes

Your Tutor

Allan Morrow – International Trance DJ/Producer. Tracks signed to labels such as Armada, Blackhole Recordings, Discover Records, FSOE, Kearnage Recordings, Mental Asylum Records, Pure Trance, Outburst Records & Many more!

I don’t use Logic Pro X I use a different DAW. Can I still use this video?

Yes, all the technique you will learn in these videos you can be implemented into your own DAW using your own unique DAWs plugins.

What software synths or plugins are used in this video?

  • Logic Pro X plugins
  • LFO tool
  • Sylenth1
  • Span (Free Plugin from Voxengo)
  • Audio Samples

***Please note the above plugins and samples are not essential as you can use any of your preferred plugins or samples to re-create your own unique sounds.

 

For more tutorials check them out here

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