Discussion in 'Production' started by aflex, Oct 14, 2008.
what do you recommend the best way to cut up breaks
ahh i dont use fruity mate. i use cubase
How do you mean mate? Cant you jus chop them using the scissor tool?
Izope Drum Machine or something like that.
Get Audiocity (I need a correction in spelling mates!) and slice form there
recycle and a sampler that plays soundfonts
Fruity slicer is easiest to chop beats up with. You can do it so cubase cuts up the break for you into its individual hits, forgotten how though. or wavelab
Renoise - the program that is bare sick for chopping up breaks and rearranging them, it's really easy too.
Have a look on youtube if you are stuck.
if ur a Reason user, Recycle and you can load ur chopped up beat in the Dr Rex player
Slicex is better
just do it on the audio lanes. its the most accurate way of doing it imo.
if you like laying down one shots, and create rhythms and patterns using a midi drumpad or keyboard, then record it on midi, and then replace every midi note for each corresponding drum sample. Open them in the audio lanes, and chop/trim away.!
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