What is 3xOsc?
3xOsc is a product of Image-Line, a company famous for their music-production program (usually called DAWs, or Digital Audio Workstations) Fruity Loops Studio, and their interesting selection of synths. 3xOsc is one of their simplest, and can be a fantastic learning tool for a new music producer.
Should Reese Bass be mono?
Most recommend you keep all low-frequency elements in a mix – generally the kick drum, sub bass and other bass elements – completely mono.
Who invented Reese Bass?
Saunderson has stated that he originally used a Casio CZ-5000 (a phase distortion synth!) back in the late ’80s when he first created this sound.
How do I make my bass deeper?
For deep bass, you’re going to want to use a low-pass filter to cut out the higher frequencies of the bass notes, and then shape it with the filter and amplitude envelopes. Using the low-pass filter cutoff, we cut the higher frequencies out. Next, played with the filter resonance to add some depth and color.
Why is it called a Reese Bass?
The origin of the Reese bass The Reese bass got its name from influential DJ / producer Kevin Saunderson’s early side-project moniker, Reese. In 1988, Saunderson dropped a dark and groovy single titled “Just Want Another Chance,” which featured a massive, warbly, chorused bass synth (heard below at 0:16).
How does a bass sound?
Bass (/beɪs/ BAYSS) (also called bottom end) describes tones of low (also called “deep”) frequency, pitch and range from 16 to 256 Hz (C0 to C3) and bass instruments that produce tones in the low-pitched range C2-C4. They belong to different families of instruments and can cover a wide range of musical roles.
What does a good bass sound like?
Good bass through your headphones is clean (i.e. without distortion), deep, and extends into the lower end of the spectrum effortlessly.
Which note is the highest in music?
What’s the lowest note possible?
Turns out, ludicrously, earth-shatteringly low… Since 2012, Tim Storms has held the world record for the lowest ever vocal note – that’s a deliciously gravelly G -7 (0.189 Hz), which is eight octaves below the lowest G on the piano.