JazmГ­n from Hungary, 20190923_215418 @iMGSRC.RU

Now that we are in the low bass range, we can use a subfreak to add some sub bass to the track.
First we need to remove the natural resonant frequency of the sub (typically 18Hz) to avoid too much resonance. To do this we add a filter with a 1/2 octave band with Q = 0.9 and a resonance of 18Hz. This is essential to filter the sub freq, otherwise it will ring, and ring and ring
and ring (you can hear a tube get warm as a ringing amplifier’s resistor burns, oops, and this is also a good test for a transformer free amp)
Next we have to use an effect to amplify the pitch
This is where the effect comes in, as we have to change the waveform of Osc 2 to give the groan of the subfreak a little more body and authority
So this is the new waveform that is now oscillating Osc 2:
(hopefully you didn’t make this waveform. I had to make it from scratch on a separate oscillator)
I use a U2 from a DSP, but it is possible to use a simple envelope to do the same thing, or maybe even a VCA, and or the amplitude of Osc 2 can be controlled by the freq of the subfreak
So now we have a snare with a tiny subfreak to give it some authority and sonic weight
The only thing left to do is turn it up as loud as possible
I didn’t have time to work on the level of the sub, but I can guarantee you that if you give the track a listen, you will get your sub low enough to make the track explode.
For more detail on the effect, check out this video:

Listening to the difference between this and the demo track from my previous video is like night and day. I would say my original version sounded way too linear and dull, now it has a real snappy punch to it
This effect has had a huge impact on my production. If you ever need to get something fizzy to one of your tracks, this is the trick to do it
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CD-ROM Tool SPTI is a user-friendly and intuitive application that was created to help you modify the read speed of your CD-ROM to a higher or lower level, depending on your needs, the latter option being used particularly to reduce the noise processing of compact discs.
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