Massive / Ableton wobble problem...

Discussion in 'Production' started by Krispy, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. Krispy

    Krispy Member

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    Not sure if anyone can help me with this, it's pretty specific


    I'm creating a sound in Massive with a synced LFO, a really rapid wobble like 1/32.... Now when I go to record that sound in ableton, the sound is the same except the wobble rate becomes greatly reduced (like 1/8 or more) when I attempt to record what I have made.

    So the wobble sounds fast and good in Massive but then switching to Ableton the wobble slows down alot.

    Not sure why this is happening, I have the bpm in Massive set to sync externally so i'm confused.

    Anyone know why this might be happening?
     
  2. shortinos

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    The problem is your using a cracked version.
     
  3. Indigo

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    are you using massive as a vst in ableton or are you recording the stand alone version and then putting it in ableton?
     
  4. Neomind

    Neomind Too many skulls!">:O

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    go like this:
    Resample it by recording line output from your computer. I guess it won't have much automation, if so, add it to the resampled version
    (I almost answer you at DoA, but saw like tons of people replying and thought: "blah").
     
  5. Indigo

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    i second neo's answer
    record without the lfo so the sampler doesnt mess up the time signature of the wobble and use the sampler LFO in ableton!
     
  6. Neomind

    Neomind Too many skulls!">:O

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    wasn't exactly what I said but it's another option ;)
     
  7. Krispy

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    Im using massive as a vst

    im just gonna have to create my sound without the LFO and then add that effect in afterwards

    Makes the most sense