Ableton Tutorial – How to make Neuro Bass – Theory & Workflow

In this tutorial Keli of Bassline Drift goes over some common principles and workflows you can apply to a huge variety of synths and sounds to create Neurobass music. He works on four different drops, showing four different ways to approach editing and resampling bass, and even narrowly escapes a horrible bassline.

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00:12 preview of the sound

00:20 – Intro

2:20 – Letting the drums dictate the bass composition

———– Creating the fundamental bass sounds ———–

2:32 – Serum (Neurobass fundamentals)

5:00 – Massive (replicating the same sound with the same principles)

6:51 – Operator (Replicating the same principles)

———– Composing/Resampling/Editing ———–

8:55 – 1st Beat/Drop (Serum)

10:52 – Resampling serum bass

16:30 – Automation & Movement

18:27 – Editing the audio (Chopping/Glitching)

20:00 – Integrating other samples

22:20 – 2nd Beat/Drop (Massive) This bass is weak until 28:57

24:40 – Resampling

25:35 – Automation

28:57 – How to rework a weak bassline

39:10 – Noisa’s Workflow in action

40:48 – 3rd Drop – Operator

43:18 – Automation

46:18 – Resampling

49:49 – 4th Beat/Drop – Moog Subphatty

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