• mtec
    Posts: 250
    Joined: Oct 19th, 2007
    Create a Sub Kick
    Hi Guys, heres a little tip i found useful if u need to get a nice sub kick sound. 1. Create a kick sound Audio or midi and record onto a track. Could be the 4/4 house kick or anything u like. 2. create a bus (say no 25) make it mono and insert >utility>oscillator plug in. Set the plug in to sine wave and the freq. to around 200hz so you can here it.This will now create a constant tone. 3. under the Oscillator plug in insert a noise gate. 4. send your kick track to bus 25 5. set the sidechain input on the gate to bus 25 6. Turn the Oscillator plug in freq down to around 40-50hz or whatever freq gets the desired sub tone you want. change the attack and release settings to taste. Every time the kick hits it will also trigger the sub tone That should be it. enjoy Mtec
  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: Create a Sub Kick
    Hey Mtec, Great tip mate thanks for sharing! :) Rounik
  • Darren
    Posts: 132
    Joined: Dec 29th, 2007
    Re: Create a Sub Kick
    Simple and effective, I like it. Thanks Darren.
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