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Dance Music Sound Design 101 - Designing Bass.
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  • 1

    Why did I use a pitch envelope in the Formant Bass example?

  • 2

    In Massive, what is the equivalent to the rise/fade in parameter on an LFO?

  • 3

    What is the order of envelope stages?

  • 4

    What pitch control would make SMALL changes to pitch?

  • 5

    Which of these is NOT a standard waveform?

  • 6

    What is the most common filter to use for bass sounds?

  • 7

    What is the technical name for the movement resulting from detuning oscillators?

  • 8

    What does saturation add to the sound?

  • 9

    When using delay to create stereo width, should the L and R delay time be the same?

  • 10

    How many cycles does a complete Serum wavetable contain?

  • 11

    What does FM stand for?

  • 12

    Harmonics are _______ of the fundamental

  • 13

    Monophony means you can play how many notes at the same time?

  • 14

    What type of synthesis do Gladiator use?

  • 15

    What does LFO stand for?

  • 16

    What waveform is the sub oscillator?

  • 17

    What FM stands for?

  • 18

    What is the sequenced modulator in Massive called?

  • 19

    LFOs in Serum can also be used as ...?

  • 20

    Reverb makes a sound more...

  • 21

    What should you maybe consider when creating non-synthesised bass sounds?

  • 22

    Massive is a wavetable synth. True or false?

  • 23

    Is it OK to layer and do lots of processing?

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Designing Bass
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