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Dance Music Sound Design 101 - Designing Bass.
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Why did I use a pitch envelope in the Formant Bass example?
To make it louder
No reason at all, just random fun
To give it personality and character
To add punch to the start of the note
In Massive, what is the equivalent to the rise/fade in parameter on an LFO?
What is the order of envelope stages?
What pitch control would make SMALL changes to pitch?
Which of these is NOT a standard waveform?
What is the most common filter to use for bass sounds?
What is the technical name for the movement resulting from detuning oscillators?
What does saturation add to the sound?
When using delay to create stereo width, should the L and R delay time be the same?
How many cycles does a complete Serum wavetable contain?
What does FM stand for?
Harmonics are _______ of the fundamental
Monophony means you can play how many notes at the same time?
As many as the computer can handle
What type of synthesis do Gladiator use?
Harmonic content morphing
What does LFO stand for?
Low frequency oscillator
Long frequency oscillator
Last frequency oscillator
Lost flying object
What waveform is the sub oscillator?
What FM stands for?
What is the sequenced modulator in Massive called?
LFOs in Serum can also be used as ...?
Reverb makes a sound more...
What should you maybe consider when creating non-synthesised bass sounds?
Making the bass loud enough
Tuning the bass to the key of the track
Massive is a wavetable synth. True or false?
Is it OK to layer and do lots of processing?
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