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I'd say you'd be best finding a taiko-like sample. A kick drum with reverb most likely wont get you there. Toms and drums like these usually have a resonant aftertone that kicks dont have. If you wanted to synthesize something similar youd add a second smaller rise in amplitude after the initial hit combined with some kind of filter movement and pitch rise. ...


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I sounds like it has another layer of big drum, taiko maybe, as you mentioned. This can also be achieved through use of reverb that is sent through and envelope shaper/compressor or eq as you would need to keep only some transients I would also use iZotope's alloy transient shaper - that's one vst that sprung in my mind


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The bass sound under there is a slight hoover effect, the bass oscillators are slightly detuned and one of them is rough like a square wave or something with very wide frequencies... they take that sound and put the filter on an LFO's and have other filters that are static and doing a bass cut with them... there is probably a slight postprocessing effect to ...


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That sounds like a relatively simple wobble and I'm sure there are a massive amount of different techniques for achieving this. I would start with a basic approach, that being the somewhat archaic technique of getting a "gabber" sound by distorting a long-tail 808 kick drum (I believe that is what wobbly baselines gradually evolved from). More particulary -...


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