December 7, 2021

Mixing Sub Bass & 808 | How to add extra low ends using Sub Lab w/Jimmy Douglass 2


How low can you go? In this excerpt from "Start To Finish – Ill Factor Episode 14: Mixing with Jimmy Douglass Part 4,” Jimmy takes a synth bass part and manually doubles it with a MIDI 808 bass sound that goes even lower in the sub-bass range. Even though the bass part is relatively simple, manually layering a MIDI part on an audio track and matching it precisely isn’t always easy. In this case, it’s a pretty simple part, so doubling it isn’t particularly tricky. The sound Jimmy uses is from a plugin called Sublab by Future Audio Workshop. It’s a virtual instrument that lets you dial up 808 sounds and other contemporary sub-bass tones and import your own samples. Read more: https://www.puremix.net/blog/sub-bass-w-jimmy-douglass.html Get Sub Lab on https://www.futureaudioworkshop.com Follow pureMix for exclusive excerpts and latest news 🎛️
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