Discussion in 'Production' started by Dugg Funnie, Mar 19, 2013.
And use Ableton Rack's to have a multi-synth bass monster? All the cool kids know about it.
Hm yeh well I guess I do split frequencies but I like to do it with the layering. Like I make a VST synth thats plays something cool, then if it lacks power in the highs let's say. Then I just copy that track with the synth and modify it to do something else to fit that spot kinda. But I think it gets kind of messy if I leave the lows of the new sound so I HP it and LP the other.
One thing I think is hard with freq splitting is to get it to sound like one solid sound again, sometimes it works out. sometimes it does not. And then I gt do something else
Yep, Ableton Racks are the way forward!
I've just finished creating a rack that utilizes 2 instances of FM8, 1 Massive, and one Operator. All running through a wow filter, amp distortion and chorus! Tis a beast I tells ya!
It's one of the things that dragged me back to ableton.
The lazy way is always the best way.
whatever, none of you got any tunes to back this jerkwad statement up anyway. either noisia bass or gtfo
I havent splitted in years broski
I did it sometimes always failed to create a proper beast though and went back to making ambient and weird stuff.
lol true dat blud
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