Das PeTe - reAssign

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  1. daspete

    daspete New Member

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    Hello there!

    The last years i spent much time to learn, how to have control of Fruity Loops and now i'm produciing electronic sound with influences of DnB, Trance, Electro, Dubstep and Classic.

    Now it's the time to get feedback, so i can get more listenable :)

    So have a listen :)

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    Hope u njoy!
    Das PeTe
     
  2. SlumBer

    SlumBer New Member

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    I like how "ReAssign" goes getting more intensity and it makes a nice harmony and melody but i dont like too much souns selected to do the drums but its nice.
    I have a question: The bass is just a string ensemble┬┐?
     
  3. daspete

    daspete New Member

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    Thx for your feedback!

    to your question: the Bass is a string ensemble, and a very subtle acid basssynth with a phaser, just to get it a little more dynamic :)
     
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    Ok!
    The bass is the point where I find more difficulty in FL
     
  5. daspete

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    Oh, yes.... this point is THE point in FL :D the thing is to keep the bass in the middle and the other instruments at the side, and that sometimes made me go crazy in FL :D
     
  6. SlumBer

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    I ve heard that pro,s always use analogic devices for the bass.
    Its hard to do it with any software i suposse xD
     
  7. daspete

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    you have much more control of the result, but i think you can get the same with software... more work, but at the end, you can create exactly that sound you want, and this is just a little bit harder with analog devices...