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  1. Just thought Id share a tip with you guys regarding delays. Sure using delays is an easy way to extend the decay/sustain of a sound, however it can also cause frequencies to overlap, messing with your db levels and balance. With many plugins you will have a cutoff knob which will filter out high frequencies on the delay making it fade out gradually. Still it would be uncontrolled. Music is organized sound, so having control of each element is key when producing digital music. You can quantize everything but your fx may still mess up the flow in the music. Rather than using delay plugins, you can cut up your sample into repetitive blocks, then automate the low-pass on the EQ to gradually fade out. You get many benefits from this. One: with the low-pass automation you can bring the high-end back at the end of the bar or in the middle, fully controlling the presence of the sound. You also get the option to high-pass or band-pass (automating the Q) Two: You can cut the repetitive blocks up into smaller parts through time ( 8th or 16th notes ) creating more interest. Three: Shifting the blocks around at the end of each 4 or 8 beats. This will give the impression that the sound has a delay but hey, it changes within the delay. Showing control and keeping it synchronized. With this you can also create rhythmic patterns, locked to the bpms. Four: Nothing overlaps, each block ends where the other one begins. Five: The delay can be as long as you want it to be, and end it without extra background delays which are inaudible. I use delay plugins as a preview and then break up the sound in synchronized blocks afterwards. Cheers guys
  2. Hi Everyone This is my New Release, This track is a complete Ableton Production, All of its sound been made from Ableton in built oscillators. No 3rd party plug -in's been used Have listen, comments downloads and promotion is well appriciated. Buy If you like so that I can Come up with good production, right now I am using my Mac ook pro with Profire 610 and a Pioneer Headphines, So I am extremly sorry for the Mastering. Best Subi https://soundcloud.c...e-very-begining http://official.fm/subivk
  3. Function Loops strikes back with the fourth volume in the Twisted Reaction Sample Pack Series. Twisted Reaction needs no introduction in the Psy-Trance scene, having performed live around the globe in the biggest festivals and events and released music on the most respected labels around. He's also had three solo albums and more than 60 singles released to date. Buy this product in the knowledge that you're in experienced hands. Inside the package you'll find 200 apocalyptic loops, including basslines, synthlines, FX, atmospheres and a bonus folder of 30 MIDI files for maximum pleasure! This pack will expand your samples library with most useful and ground-breaking loops on the market today. So fasten your seatbelts and get ready to fly! Contents: • 30 Bass Loops • 71 Synth Loops • 39 Atmospheres & Special FX Loops • 30 FX Loops • 30 Bonus MIDI Files (Bass & Synths) http://www.producerloops.com/Download-Function-Loops-Twisted-Reaction-Sample-Pack-Vol-4.html Enjoy!
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