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good tip for making hard sounding bass drums
Lvee
PostPosted: 23 October 2002 - 02:35:00 (149)  Reply with quote
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hey all,

As I promised in the other forum, from now I'll give you sum tips that helped me a lot. You'll have to experiment a little but I think they're worth a try...

Soooo, the main question everyone asks is "where do you find your banging bass drums? which sample cd's?"

Explanation:

I use exactly the same sample material as you do. I just use it a little differently.
For a good sounding kick, try the following:

1) select a good sounding bass drum that has good power in the midtones. when selected, look at the waveform, take the highest point and put the beginning of your sample play there (it results in a 1khz clip you can't get with eq). when done, trim the kick, then remove the low freqs (let's say up to 500hz).
2) select another kick (808 style for example) with much low freqs, and remove the treble till 1khz.
3) put them in your arrange window and make a loop with them, both playing at the same time. Then put a delay on the lower kick, just 2 or 3 milliseconds.
4) merge them into one sample (kicks are always mono), if needed resample/rerecord the result.
5) First compress the new kick, with a 11ms attack, treshold -10/15db, and ratio 4 or 5:1, and NO release
6) eq it if needed (most of the time you won't have to)
7) you got a new bass drum, enjoy!!

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PostPosted: 23 October 2002 - 02:59:00 (165)  Reply with quote
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Thanks for sharing Lvee! happy

Now, another tip I would like.... How to make fantastic melodies like "forever young" and "neverending melody"?!?!?!?

Also, congrats on the album, cant wait to hear it!

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PostPosted: 23 October 2002 - 03:09:00 (172)  Reply with quote
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Hello!

If you would like a smooth German singing on one of the track you like Lvee, tell me. Like Scooter.

I make SUPERTRANCE right from the smooth machines, ever since I like to!

Geetings from Frank the Frankie Frank!

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Ps! Also, listen to my track, very much like your style!

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Quote:

On 2002-10-23 01:09, Frank:Shorter wrote:
Hello!

If you would like a smooth German singing on one of the track you like Lvee, tell me. Like Scooter.

I make SUPERTRANCE right from the smooth machines, ever since I like to!

Geetings from Frank the Frankie Frank!

cool

Ps! Also, listen to my track, very much like your style!



Frank........I doubt he would work with you......LVee is most commonly known as Airwave, a highly esteemed trance producer that would have nothing to do with Scooter or anyone/thing that sounds remotely like it......

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On 2002-10-23 01:09, Frank:Shorter wrote:
If you would like a smooth German singing on one of the track you like Lvee, tell me. Like Scooter.


lol

Smooth, like Scooter? lol hehehee

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Man that sounds complicated! wow

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PostPosted: 23 October 2002 - 04:09:00 (214)  Reply with quote
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Thank u sir!
Great tip! Will try it out right away. happy

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On 2002-10-23 01:09, Frank:Shorter wrote:
Geetings from Frank the Frankie Frank!



Greetings Frank the Frankie Frankster of Frank! grin2

LVEE: nice tip....now, in addition to what elusive requested, I would like to know how to make the following list of things good:

hihats
closed hats
snares
claps
congas
bongos
bassline
lead synth
reverb
delays
panning
filtering
EQing
chorus
flanger
distortion
loops
sequencing
exporting
mastering


ok I expect a full tutorial by tomorrow...thanks buddy!!! grin2

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lmao grin2 grin2
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I will try it on my Playstation2 :razz:

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PostPosted: 23 October 2002 - 12:33:00 (564)  Reply with quote
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i dunno if it sounds stupid, but i'd really like to know how can i do the "cosmic gate" sound, as i call it!! uhm_positive
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On 2002-10-23 01:40, Mr_Yeti wrote:
Man that sounds complicated! wow



..Yupp..

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PostPosted: 23 October 2002 - 12:51:00 (577)  Reply with quote
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Sweet tip. Thanks. I'll try it out sometime happy


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PostPosted: 24 October 2002 - 13:47:00 (615)  Reply with quote
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Nice one Lvee
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PostPosted: 24 October 2002 - 17:20:00 (763)  Reply with quote
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Thnaks for the Fat Bass tip. grin2

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