Paul Drew, Studio One Expert and producer, shows how to take a bass part played on a keyboard with Presence XT and make it sound more realistic in Studio One.
Brought to you with the support of Waves, In this 3rd video of a 4 part free mini-series, Marcus turns to the Waves Element Virtual Instrument in order to craft his bass tone for the song. After coming up with the right sound to fit the track, he then begins to add additional processing using additional Waves plug-ins such as CLA BASS, and OneKnob Filter.
In this 4th & final instalment of a 4 part free mini-series, Marcus Huyskens uses Waves Smack Attack to alter the sustain in a Bass Guitar track in order to bring up the detail in the decay to sit more evenly in a mix.
In this video, Marcus demonstrates how the Scheps 73 plug-in by Waves can be used to instantly add a solid bottom-end, punchy mids, and some gritty saturation to a bass guitar in Studio One.
In this video, Marcus Huyskens goes over using the Waves DBX 160 in parallel to bring out low end detail, and and help thicken up a bass track.
In this 6th video of an 8 part free Mini Series, Marcus Huyskens demonstrates how to bring a bass guitar VSTi to life by using the PuigChild 670, PuigTec EQP1A, and CLA-76 to bring out some harmonic distortion and character to the tone.
In this free video tutorial in PreSonus Studio One, Marcus Huyskens demonstrates using Waves Eddie Kramer Bass Plug-in to add character to a bass track in PreSonus Studio One.
In this free video tutorial, Paul Drew demonstrates how to use the fantastic Plugin Alliance Opto Pedal Compressor Plug-in on a Bass guitar.
In this review, Paul Drew looks at the Audiffex GK Amplification 2 Plug-in.
In this free video tutorial, Michael demonstrates using the bx_bassdude, bx_bluechorus2, bx_greenscreamer, bx_yellowdrive, bx_distorange and bx_console from Plugin Alliance to craft guitar tones in the box.
Bark of Dog is a bass resonance filter that lets you increase your low end without turning up the flab. I like to think of it as a way to boost the low end while still keeping it under control. While the controls are super simple, the effect that this has on controlling the low end in a mix is pretty exciting.
In this video review Michael Tomblin shows us E-Instruments eBass Complete Bundle in PreSonus Studio One 3.
Using different processing in sections of a song on the lead vocal can help add to the progression of the mix and allow better processing for each section.
In this Part 3 of a free video tutorial mini series, Michael Tomblin shows us Universal Audio’s Summit Audio TLA-100A Compressor, Tube-Tech CL 1B Compressor, Vertigo Sound VSC-2 Compressor and the Manley Variable Mu Limiter Compressor Plug-ins on Bass in PreSonus Studio One 3.
In this free video tutorial mini series chapter Michael shows us Universal Audio’s Thermionic Culture Vulture and Vertigo Sound VSM-3 Mix Satellite Plug-in on Bass in PreSonus Studio One 3.
In this free video tutorial mini series Michael shows us Universal Audio’s Ampeg SVT-VR, Ampeg SVT-3 PRO and Softube Bass Amp Room in PreSonus Studio One 3.
Whether visiting an arena gig, club or a movie theatre, there’s nothing more impressive than feeling that low shaking sub bass rumble in the sound. When returning to a home studio using desk top or near-field monitors you may think that your mixes all sound a little thin and may want to try and reproduce that big system sound.
However tempting this may be, if you are not careful adding a sub to your home monitoring system may do more harm than good. Here are some things you need to consider if you are tempted to add a sub to your home monitor system.
In this free video tutorial, team member Paul Drew demonstrates how he uses a parallel compression (aka New York compression) on the drums and bass of a rock/pop track for added punch and a modern sound. This video also shows Paul's approach to how he handles compressing the kick and snare tracks individually, before applying parallel compression.
Russ shows how to create drops and rises in Studio One using just stock plug-ins and nothing else.
If you like to plug your axe into your DAW and record some screaming guitar or solid bass then the team at Audio Assault have some free plugins for PreSonus Studio One users up for grabs: Grind Machine & Bass Grinder.