How To Make Dirty Dubstep On Fl?

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    HarveyBluntman : Sat 6th Mar 2010 : 9 years ago

    After buying fl studio I dont have $200 or what ever to spend on the Massive vst. So I was wondering if anyone can help me make dirty dubstep on sytrus or wasp or anything like that.

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    celestial1157 : Sat 6th Mar 2010 : 9 years ago

    use the 3xOSC vst that FL provides.
    it works pretty good.
    thats what i started using til i got massive and hydra

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    SovereignKonceptz : Sun 7th Mar 2010 : 9 years ago

    I found it a bit hard to do...
    That extra 200 helped my sounds a whole lot.
    But if not, making basslines is a trial and error
    Process, 3xosc isn't bad at all, the simplest pluggins can give hell wen processed and tuned right.

    For me,
    More options make me happy...
    But I go bak to sytrus for backing
    Sounds sometimes, some sounds,
    And recently trynna conceptualize
    FM synthesis in a whole......but
    I use toxic biohazard for that more...

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    Apieceoftofu : Mon 8th Mar 2010 : 9 years ago

    bro go listen to my dubstep track. Only used Sytrus and 3xOsc. Totally possible to make dirt without massive. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7koAjIyXpUw

    check it out. you can dirty it up more with some detune, some chorus etc. good luck

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    Apieceoftofu : Mon 8th Mar 2010 : 9 years ago

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEBe6lkMEbk&feature=related

    this ones good too

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    BeatmasterBud : Mon 8th Mar 2010 : 9 years ago

    whe i first got into dubstep (still not very good at it) i used 3xosc but it was a smidge more work to eq and work with
    but i discovered the fruity fast LP does a amazing job of tweaking the sytrus or any other synth bass to wobble

    my favorite sytrus are the bass: cerbera saw, fry and subbass
    i found cerbera saw fits drum and bass better then dub but thats just me

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    SovereignKonceptz : Mon 8th Mar 2010 : 9 years ago

    for me,
    The low pass sounds like its turning
    The volume up and down...cuz it is...

    Idk, it mite just b me guys,
    But I hear a difference
    In using an automated low pass
    Filter, and using an LFO
    Modulated by the cutoff filter in
    The synth....

    I used the Low Pass a lot tho b4
    Getting new vst's. Even the army of free
    Ones I have are gr8 for dubstep.

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    HarveyBluntman : Mon 15th Mar 2010 : 9 years ago

    I just learned how to do the fruity fast lp and it works like a charm. Thanks for all your help. Check out some of my dubstep tunes. Peace

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    0zzy : Sun 12th Dec 2010 : 8 years ago

    Just Want to mention also Try WASP on FLSTUDIO , always wobbles B.line , hope it helps , thanks . goodLucK.

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    Unknown User : Sun 12th Dec 2010 : 8 years ago

    Harvey give this a shot see if you like the outcome:

    Now that you've got your fast lp working, you have the "wobble" effect you were after, thats cool. But see if you can have a cleaner sound if you do this:

    Send the bassline through a Low Pass filter set at around 80Hz, but not through fast lp. Keep the sub-bass (which is what it has now become, since it's at 80Hz) free of wobbles, keep it constant and ever-present.

    NOW, clone that bassline and send the new one through a HIGH pass filter set at whatever suits you best (I usually set it to around 250Hz) and now send THIS to your fast lp and wobble this new mid-rangish bassline. Play them both together, and DAMNIT, you've got yourself a nasty sub bass that doesn't let up, AND a dirty wobble (try to automate the lfo rate, so it doesnt become boring). Alternatively, you could send your sub thru your fast lp but at a different rate, should make for an interesting vibe.

    Add salt according to taste, serve hot.

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