Techno Rumble – How To – Based on Techno TOP 100

Published by Tiago Duarte on

Would you like to learn how to make low-end Techno Rumble that is synonymous with huge Techno Tracks? Today I'm going to show you a really cool technique for low-end rumble. My name is Tiago Duarte, and welcome to DailyBeats where I help you master the software so that it’s just you and Music. If you are new to the channel, subscribe and activate the notifications so that you are up to date with all the videos I publish about music production. Let’s take a look at the Top 100 Techno Chart at Beatport to get a feeling for how we want our Techno rumble to sound. I particularly like the track Terra from Jay Lumen. Sounds really cool. We have a mix of kick rumble with a rolling bass. The kick sounds full and large. It's a great example of rumble at its best. The next track is The Second Law of Thermodynamics by NoNameLeft. Being a scientist, I really like the name of this track. Even though both tracks sound differently, they both have the same pattern of kick, kick rumble, and rolling bass. Rumble is a combination of a kick sample, equalization, delay, reverb, and distortion. There are multiple ways of combining these effects. The way that will give you more control is to create parallel paths with a combination of those effects.

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