Gerra & Stone Kick

Discussion in 'Production' started by TwoToneUK, Jan 10, 2015.

  1. TwoToneUK

    TwoToneUK New Member

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  2. Solace

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    Get the same samples.

    Look for samples packs that are more goaled towards a more minimal style, some more deep stuff
     
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    Menosance aka OSOI

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    Samplephonics has a pack called minimal D&B (it has a greyish blue cover). It features mainly drum samples but it is really really good!

    (can't post a link since I am on my cellphone sorry)
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    I don't really think you need to buy a sample pack to create this kind of kick. I'm not really good at replicating a given sound myself, but I think someone else on the forums can give you a detailed explanation on how to create such a kick. Personally I think the two "tricks" here are a. to take an 808 kind kick (you know, sampled from the famous drum machine) or synthesize a similar one yourself with a suitable free plugin (there are probably dozens of them) and b. to make it peak at a relatively high frequency, somewhere around 70-90 Hz, and cut it below that to let the sub come through. That's just my amateur opinion though :p
     
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    RUSSLA DNBF Monarch

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    This is the ONE. I never use samples now expect for foley stuff.

    Tweak the pitch on the OSC to be something musical tho, like 48 and 36 or summit so you can get the right route note of your track.

     
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