Discussion in 'Production' started by Structure4, Jul 14, 2011.
Is it possible with software and not an emu etc? can't work it out, please help!
1:45 in this vid
use TimeStreching ...your DAW should have a few diffrent options to choose from
Fair, I do use it to pitch a break that is say 160 to 175 but I cant get it to change pitch at the same tempo, always goes back to the original pitch???
use the 'pitch shift' option, what DAW are you using?
Logic, I use timestretch to locators usually, tried pitching it in exs 24 too.
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Got the fucker, cheers mate! Was looking in the wrong place lol!
dont know anything about logic tbh, there should be algorthm settings sumwhere that will let u do pitch-shift tho, would be a strange thing to leave out
Nice 1, thanks mate, got it!
Melodyne is good for this
hit the nail on the head
I use Edison? Pitch envelope =D
just automate the pitch? if your using a rex file or put the break into midi so u get individual drum its then u can just change the pitch of each hit.
if that makes sense.
How do you guys go about changing the Tempo and not the Pitch then??
Ive been working on this for a while with my emu but its losing the breaks feel a lot of the time.
Fracture and Neptune are dons at chopping breaks and making basslines, i could make 50 how to threads on every sound in theyre tunes
chop each hit?
yeh ive been doing that and applying swing manually, will have to do for now
the emu is the king of timestreck
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oh but failing that, get akaizer. little timestreck app based on the old akai samplers timestreck algorithm, its brilliant.
Thanks to all your replys, appreciate the help, have worked it out now,
was looking in the same place as time stretching rather than AU (Me being an idiot basically!!)
appreciate the help!!
chopping breaks can be tedious and time consuming or it can be a time to relax. i call it the "raking sand" part of producing dnb.
probably my favorite part of producing, I miss using renoise, i would sit and make stupid drum edits for hours with commands. so easy, makes midi seem stupid.
Still adjusting the chopping in my new workflow.
used to use midi and i'll never go back to that again. esp with long breaks you spend more time previewing notes than sequencing to find the kick, hat, or snare that would be instantaneous in an audio view.
^^^ normally that takes one second of previewing if you got something thats normally called memory that should be sufficient...
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