Least favorite sound in Auxy?


#245

The 4 years I’ve been with Auxy, I’ve never used bumble. Even tho bumble didn’t exist until about two years ago


#246

Check out Auxy Sound Wiki btw ;3


#247

I use bumble as a sub bass


#248

I haven’t either! I should check it out!


#249

Excuse me how
The last thing I’d use bumble for is a sub


#250

With what modulations?


#251

I’ll show you


#252

This’ll be interesting


#253

Bumble is very strong in the low ranges and is actually in the same octave as most of the sub basses. It’s a sine-based waveform so it works much like an 808 actually would. It’s also highly overdriven with the filter, giving it a very high-resonant sort of distortion.


#254

My subs are:
Lake & Pepper. Mostly lake though


#255

I love lake and punch


#256

Why don’t yall just use boom basses :thinking:


#257

PS if anyone has the demo project for Civil Disobedience or a copy of the song, could you please send it to me? It’s sorta gone >~<


#258

I do sometimes


#259

Because 808’s are more for trap/dubstep etc genres. Not for what I make.


#260

I use them sometimes when I make Fbass or melodic dubstep


#261

Ah ye. The boom basses do kinda have an annoying attack u can’t get rid of too


#262

Tell me if it’s effective in one of my tracks https://soundcloud.com/roccasounds/trapped @3:25


#263

In the drop the baseline is pretty good but I feel like it could’ve matched the lead better

As for the sound itself, it sounds pretty gud to me. Maybe try lowpassing boom basses a little bit


#264

For the drop I wanted it to be pretty noticeable. And, I disagree to matching the lead, it followed the same baseline as for the previous original choruses. U need to listen to whole track, coz the part I showed u acts as a hook sorta thing. But it goes well with the lead, so not really sure what u mean by that