Producer Defazed shows how to make some nasty filter modulated basses from existing re-sampled basses. Layering sounds together and using Kontakt’s internal envelopes to sound design his bass patch, along with the internal loop editor.
This video is part of an exclusive module from Defazed new online course 'Complete Guide To Kontakt' from Producertech.
About Producer ‘Defazed’
During his 10 year career, Defazed's style has evolved to span many different genres, from Avante-Garde Electronica to Neurofunk Drum & Bass, and for the past year he has been focusing on developing his own blend of Psychedelic-tinged Glitch-Hop.
Defazed's signature sound comes from his unique balance of dancefloor oriented beats and bass lines, mind-warping melodies, cutting-edge sound design, and futuristic technical beat programming.
Defazed has released material with numerous highly regarded underground electronic music labels including Adapted Records, Riddim Fruit, The Glitch Shop, Trust In Music, Overtech and Ammunition Recordings to name a few. He's currently finishing an EP for Broken Robot Records set for release in early 2015 and working on another downtempo EP/album.
About the ‘Complete Guide To Kontakt’ Course
Master the world's most powerful sampler, Native Instruments Kontakt, in this new online course by Producertech tutor Defazed. With a career spanning from classic Drum & Bass to the cutting edge of electronic music, in addition to numerous international label releases and a wealth of class-based teaching experience in a number of colleges, Defazed is your ideal guide to the intricate world of sound design!
In this extensive set of tutorials, you'll not only learn how to use Kontakt to create a wide variety of presets, including drum kits, basses, leads, pads and FX, but you'll also discover how to use those presets to create a track, as Defazed develops each patch with MIDI clips and automation in Ableton Live.
The course is available for streaming 24/7/365 and includes over 100MB of Kontakt presets, courtesy of Loopmasters, along with the Live projects from the course. To find out more visit the course page here.
Also check out another Free module from the course here - on 'How to make pad presets from FX samples'.