Jungle Sound

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  1. BDS

    BDS Active Member

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    Im looking to make those stuttering snare drums u hear in all the old jungle tunes (like the 1 at the drop in dead dread) can any1 advise me on how to do it in fruity 8 cant get them to sound right?

    cheers
     
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    audio example?
     
  3. BDS

    BDS Active Member

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    how do i embed a vid on ere?
     
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    YOUNG TUNA IT'S ME BITCHES

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    you mean like amen? there's shitloads of breaks posted here, check out the breakpacks martzhal posted
     
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    i think iv posted the right track but im at work so i cant check the audio.

    ill check it at 2 on my dinner.
     
  7. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    Grab an Amen sample, chop out the snares and use them. Like a million jungle producers before you.
     
  8. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    yeah its just many snares in rapid succession, often with a volume envelope
    a funnier way of doing it is putting a loop point on a snare sample
     
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    Thanks, Im still learning.
     
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    Im after the sound that danny byrd has in shockout.

    do any of you know a decent snare/break to use for this or is it as dustek says the amen snares that are the best for this type of thing?

    I want one that sort of clatters if u get my drift.
     
  11. JAGZ

    JAGZ Well-Known Member

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    open a new pattern in flstudio, tempo 180bpm
    find any snare that has a quick snap not a long deep hit
    add it to the pattern
    fill up 8 hits in a row
    right click the channel & select add to piano roll
    cut the hits in half and fill the gaps that are left and you should get the sound your after, i think?
     
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    ez wobalz

    got massive working now haha

    and that sounds like it might work will give it a try when i get home and let u know wat happens.
     
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    safe bro

    good good like i said you learn how to use it come hola at me ;)

    yer safe man should workout alright if you understand the dodgy wobbly description of how to do it :teeth:
     
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    I wouldnt ask for anything other haha

    ur name is wobalz after all :D
     
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    the sound that danny has is shouckout is a pitch envelope on snares. put 8 snares in a row. bounce down, put in sampler, put an envelope on the pitch with the pitch going down
     
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    cheers m8 but i have no idea how to do wat u just said lol

    im a noob to fl8 and im not technical at all yet lol.

    im gonna av a go anyway tho:D
     
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    its basically means that each snare is hitting a lower note then the snare before, creating a falling effect
     
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    higher init?
     
  20. MARLZTAH

    MARLZTAH ++DuB PrOFesSoR++

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    anyone know the name of the break in Dred Bass?? the one before the Amen??