I was asking to people who do it and know what i'm talking about.What's your method to pitch your kick correctly?
How do you find the actual pitch it has native and then pitch it to your taste?
Sure, u can use pitch shift or a sampler.How do u change the pitch of a kick in logic?
Can u really tell the difference when listening to your mix after uve pitched it?
I was thinking about that.hit the kick, see where it peaks, then ill take a sinewave and see what note hits closest to that.
not that i do it often, but seems to work quite good. most of the time is just pitch the kick and snares according to what my ears are telling me.
I was asking to people who do it and know what i'm talking about.
Don't need no tips like "use your hear to pitch up or down" if i wasn't able to know if i need to pitch up or down, i would have stopped producing.
Every drum hit you use has a perfect pitch, it's a note. My question is precise.
Sure, u can use pitch shift or a sampler.
Yes there is a real difference and this is useful for some creative an mixing tips.
Btw thx to those who answered seriously.
A good reference would be a chart like this... http://www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/notefreqs.htmlDoes someone know how to perfectly set what note is played on a kick?