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As you can probably imagine, sub-bass is a central sonic element in almost all modern music. Great hip hop, Latin, techno, house, and even pop songs must have sub-bass to have impact. Top-notch producers possess a keen awareness and a plethora of knowledge on creating compelling, chest-rattling sub-bass.
But, what separates a good sub-bass from a great one? There’s a lot to consider — what waveform to use, whether or not to compress, how to use distortion, what notes are too low, what notes are too high, samples vs. synthesis, and the list goes on! It’s understandably an area of music production where a lot of our students struggle.
Rather than pulling up a sub-bass preset and praying for the best, this live-stream will show you the best techniques for creating sub instruments, common mistakes to avoid, and advanced skills to make your low-end deep and exciting. If you love the low-end but are confused about designing sub-bass patches — or how to confidently choose presets from your favorite synths — this live-stream is for you.
LEARN SOPHISTICATED SUB-BASS SKILLS & IRONCLAD TIPS FOR AMAZING LOWEND RESULTS EVERY TIME.
This Event was Live-Streamed: Monday December 28th, 1:00 – 3:00 PM PST / 4:00 – 6:00 PM EST.
Hey there, I’m Ian, aka DJ IBG. I love helping people achieve their musical goals, from total beginners to professionals adding to their skillset.
You might say that I’m a bit of a music madman. I’ve been obsessed with music since I was five years old. I’ve studied classical, rock, and blues guitar; I’ve played piano in a reggae band and drums in a punk band. I’ve frequented all-night classical Indian concerts. If it’s music, I’m all in.
I began producing in the analog domain with a 4-track cassette recorder. This machine allowed for only two effect returns, so I made the best mixes I could with just one compressor and one reverb. Even with such limited technology, I always loved the song production process, from tracking to mixing and mastering, and that passion continues to this day.
I worked for Ableton from 2008 to 2011, creating documentation, and this is where my understanding of digital music technology depended tremendously. I’ve since gone on to work for other companies like Novation and Future Audio Workshop. I’m also proud to say that I’ve been creating content and collaborating with Warp Academy since its founding.
Nowadays, you can find me mixing albums for artists across various genres and releasing hip hop, house, and footwork songs under the moniker DJ IBG.