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Hey guyz I'm Zeroskull, Bboy and DJ, and I'm gonna teach you how to make a basic bass wobble using FLStudio 10.
0. FLStudio 10
FLStudio (Fruity Loops) is a DJ program used by many famous artists such as Dead Mau5 and Feed Me and you can download it Here: FL Studio
When you first open it up it should look like this:
2. Making Your Wobble
-Look in the top right corner of your screen and click on the "" tab.
-Once it's open click on Sytrus, it's going to be the soul of your bass.
-It should look like this:
- Now click on the arrow in the top right corner of Sytrus and click "Default" in the top right corner of the tabs.
- Now goto the "" tab.
- See the random orange and white lines with circles inside the box? Drag the orange/yellow circles in the shape of a box like the picture below:
- Now do you see the box next to it with all the random knobs? make it match the picture below bu holding and dragging upeard the knobs:
3. Making It Unique
Now to change it sup to make it the way you want.
- First you can change the frequency (speed of wobbling)by dragging this knob up and down.
- Now you can make your sound unique by clicking on the OP 1 and OP 2 tabs and changing these knobs:
And now you have your basic bass wobble!
4. Making a Song
- Click on the tab on the top of the screen below to play your wobble in different notes:
So I hope you guys/girls like my tutorial and weren't bored to death by it.
And to show you guys/girls this works Here's a song I made with it: Bass Wobbler by Zeroskull on SoundCloud - Create, record and share your sounds for free
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Last edited by ZeroSkull; 09-03-2012 at 02:59 PM.
If someday I do one, I´ll give ur credits
I don't understand it but thanks for sharing it.
I highly recommend fruity loops to anyone that is a beginner to producing music.