Sound Design: Bass Resampling

UK super producer Jon Gooch (aka “Feed Me” or “Spor”) returns to Razer Music to dig deeper into re-sampling and how producers can achieve grittier sounds while reducing CPU usage. Jon walks us through the process of converting an initial bass patch from your VST into audio, followed by processing & songwriting techniques using a few of his favorite plugins: Image-Line Sampler, iZotope Trash, and Voxengo’s GlissEQ.

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