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Wednesday, September 2nd 2009, 6:18pm

How I a make a nordlead benni banassi type compressed bass sound usind virus ti?

How I a make a nordlead benni banassi type compressed bass sound usind virus ti?

Prolodic

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Wednesday, September 2nd 2009, 7:57pm

Most of the characteristics of his signiture basslines are due to his heavey use of sidechain compression.

I found that Fabfilter's Pro-C SC compressor plugin is pretty awesome for that ducking effect, or the Kjaerhus Audio GUP-1 SC.

On the patch side of things its a pretty basic sound, you should examine RAM A-2 GlobalDJMS on your virus, its pretty similar in the way of its rawness!

Tweak and EQ that preset, and sidechain the tits off it and you'll be on your way to achieving the same type of sound.

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Wednesday, September 2nd 2009, 8:09pm

Can you guys provide a link to the music that provides a good example of what you are talking about..Im not familiar with the music and would love to learn something new

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Wednesday, September 2nd 2009, 8:17pm

Here is a good link to a typical Benni Benassi bass sound with sidechain compression : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ubci1CH2hbo

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Wednesday, September 2nd 2009, 8:29pm

Whats up man how are you? :)
I have a video where you can see benny at work in the studio. He doesn't really use fancy shit to make his sound. He uses Oddity vst for his basslines. It's just a matter of a certain compression setting and a seperate sidechain compressor which is feeded by the signal of the kick. Each time the kick comes in the signal of the bassline is pushed out of the way. In that way you can create that pumpy sound that you here in most house, electro dance etc. tracks. I don't know which DAW you use but mostly a sidechain compressor is quite easy to set up. If you're not that experienced it's definitly worth gettin' into synthesis and compression. The bassline is just a simple sawwave though. It's one of the most easy sounds to create with your virus. Good luck :thumbsup:

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Thursday, September 3rd 2009, 6:07am

mono saw, highpass filter, highly compressed, sidechained reverb

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Friday, September 4th 2009, 12:15am

thanks guys for your advice.I use live 8,what setting do you suggest for the banassi/electro house sound on the live8
sidechain compresser.Right now I am using the attack set to 1 ms/release to 54ms and threshold around -33 .
Here is my lastest track http://soundcloud.com/xavierj/dancing-all-night-1 with sidechaining-hope it is in the right timing!
-Xavier J.

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Monday, September 7th 2009, 7:38pm

Most of the characteristics of his signiture basslines are due to his heavey use of sidechain compression.

I found that Fabfilter's Pro-C SC compressor plugin is pretty awesome for that ducking effect, or the Kjaerhus Audio GUP-1 SC.

On the patch side of things its a pretty basic sound, you should examine RAM A-2 GlobalDJMS on your virus, its pretty similar in the way of its rawness!

Tweak and EQ that preset, and sidechain the tits off it and you'll be on your way to achieving the same type of sound.


I have had a quick look at Fabfilter PDF manual and cant figure out how to side chain signal using that application (I currently use Quadro in cubase SX3 but am looking for a better way of doing it)

how do you route the kick signal to squash the autio track using this?

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Tuesday, September 8th 2009, 11:16am

Most of the characteristics of his signiture basslines are due to his heavey use of sidechain compression.

I found that Fabfilter's Pro-C SC compressor plugin is pretty awesome for that ducking effect, or the Kjaerhus Audio GUP-1 SC.

On the patch side of things its a pretty basic sound, you should examine RAM A-2 GlobalDJMS on your virus, its pretty similar in the way of its rawness!

Tweak and EQ that preset, and sidechain the tits off it and you'll be on your way to achieving the same type of sound.


I have had a quick look at Fabfilter PDF manual and cant figure out how to side chain signal using that application (I currently use Quadro in cubase SX3 but am looking for a better way of doing it)

how do you route the kick signal to squash the autio track using this?

I'm guessing that you have set up your quadro channel correctly with the busses activated in vst connections and put the pro c in an insert.


Make sure that it is the (SC) version of fabfilter pro c . hit the expert button to open the expert panel then change the sidechain to ext.

thats you ready to send your signal bud

derrick_s

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Wednesday, September 9th 2009, 9:05am

you could also try the new veangance multiband sidechain

but why sound like someone else? ;-)

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