Classic Buttery Moog Bass on Sub37

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Classic Buttery Moog Bass on Sub37

Post by mrkennethdel » Mon Oct 17, 2016 3:08 pm

Turn the multi-drive & feedback up while keeping the oscillator volume down. It seems counter intuitive but it works for me. Great synth...

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Re: Classic Buttery Moog Bass on Sub37

Post by Chimponaut » Mon Oct 17, 2016 4:59 pm

Agree 1000%...There are so many textures/tones to be had by just using the mixer volumes combined with the Multi-drive & Feedback. It's like having a pedal board and amp to tweak. Who needs a filter? :lol: I like using Osc 2 as the sub sometimes because the triangle waveform has some serious girth down there. It just adds the perfect amount of smooth low end to complement the sound. I do wish it had a Sine Wave though. You can create one with the self oscillating filter but that ties up too many parameters just to get a sine wave. Great for sine leads though.
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