In this article I will give an angle on how to create a snails bass. A lot of tutorials that are online are based on using Massive from Native Instruments. While other cover the basics using the 3xOsc of FL Studio. In this case I will be using Reason 7 (please make note, it can also be done in Reason 5). The basic fundamental problem with people "figuring out a sound", and use it till the end of their career is that they often never tell their secrets. However, the majority will always want to
Dubstep Basic Elements
Welcome back to another Reason tutorial made by Hydlide. In this topic I will discuss the very basic elements which make dubstep tick. I will be using Reason 6.5 for this article. Most of the elements will be applicable in Reason 4 or Reason 5. However you can not use the Reason Example files that I am going to distribute with this article. Download Dubstep In Reason Example files I was working on a similar set up in a video, however everything I tried to do while recording this video it usually ...
Creating a Dubstep Lead in Reason
In this video I will explain how to create a unique Dubstep lead using Malstroms, a Comb Filter, A Scream 4 unit and an ECF-42 envelope control filter. The main concept here is to a Sawtooth for its roughness. While using a Square tone as an additional moving layer. Kind of like a PWM changer if you will. By sending out this combination in to a series of comb filters the sound tends to go rather hollow in a way. But when can fatten that up by using a Fuzz Distortion later on. The main idea behind the comb
Dubstep Leads in Reason
A typical question that often tends to drop down on me lately is how to setup a descent Dubstep Lead. To be fairly honest, I am not the person who would say to be the professional Dubstep Producer to begin with. However, by analysing most common dubstep leads that are out there I can come up with a few conclusions which make the sound tick more or less. A typical lead, or bassline within Dubstep is that, compared to a traditional bassline, it focussed on the ears and lows. This is probably also one of the