In this tutorial, Echo Sound Works shows you how to make an analog bass in Sylenth that can be used to warm up the low end of your tracks!
I like to layer basses that have contrasting styles and tones for a bigger sound. This analog bass in Sylenth is a good example of that type of sound. It’s really easy to make and it sounds pretty good with minimal third party processing.
The frist thing you’re gonna typically do when you are trying to create a Mini Moog analog bass in Sylenth is turn on some Saw waves. It helps to uncheck the RETRIG button in Sylenth because you don’t want a really consistent tone, as it would sound more digital than analog.
The filter settings are a little strange. You need to set them up to allow the MOD ENV to do most of they heavy lifting. By that I mean, turn the Cut Off down a lot on the Filter and then load up the CUTOFF A in the first MOD ENV. Boost the decay a good amount and the sound will return, but it will have that analog bass flavor.
Check out the video to hear the analog bass in Sylenth!
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