Description : This is a future bass style sound that I created using two wave forms in Serum. It's more of an upbeat loop and a groovy feeling that I get from it. If you do use it, comment down below to a link of your work using it! I'd love to hear what you've done with it!
Description : Metallic-y strings
Description : Working on my bass design skills
Description : Tried FM-ing an arp sound
Description : High passs
Description : Trying to make something in my own 'style' at the minute. These are the main chords from said project.
Description : Pop seems quite fun to make, since it shares some features of future bass.
Description : I definitely overuse Serum's Reese wavetable...
Description : X sounded cooler than 10. Yep, that's all there is to it.
Description : Quite simple, but also (hopefully) still usable.
Description : Stacks in Logic are convenient.
Description : Yeah, I have no clue how to make leads
Description : These future bass chord loops are really racking up in numbers. I only recently learned how to even count this high. Scary stuff...
Description : wubbb
Description : Barely a Reese at this point but shup up
Description : Thank the Serum gods, this loop consists of saw stacks, a distorted saw bass with noise low-passed, a background square lead, and finally, a background saw wave arp. Suitable for Dubstep, EDM, Future Bass, or any other electronic genre. ENJOY!
EDIT: sorry this is in G not F, lol
Description : Mixed for placement in background areas.
Description : Organ(ish) sound.
Description : Minimalistic version of 'Future Bass Keys Loop 3'.
Description : Sine time
Description : More old-style future bass in that the sub has no sustain, making it sound like an elongated sub kick.
Description : Who needs unison when you've got... uh... SERUM REVERB FILTER HAHA
Description : Made on macOS FL Studio 20. OooOOOHH faAAAaancy.
Description : Chill vibeee
Description : Very basic due to my inability to slice vocals.