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richie_stix

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I thought it was more jumpup but cheers buddy!



easy mate... do yourself a favour and sign up to soundcloud (its free!) and host your tunes there, no one will feedback if they have to DL (y)

do that and i'll give it a listen
 

richie_stix

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i say, stick with it... got nice flow my man! however, you clearly are quite new(ish) to production? drums (as in kick and snare need to be hencher) and that b-line needs to come out a liccle more, perhaps up the resonance or cutoff point a smidge?

(y)
 

Poo Sandwich

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ye am new to it and that tune took me about 3 hours in total, and ye the cutoff is a zero i do beleive but ye thanks for the feedback i appreciate it, i would check out your tunes but im at 'work' so il give them a listen when i get home brother
 

richie_stix

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several things i have learnt about drums...

kick: nice strong sample to begin with
compression is your friend to add wieght or inprove punch

snare: again, food source for the 'meat'
compress
slightly saturate (before compressor in fx chain)
 

Poo Sandwich

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how do you saturate ive been getting to grips with compression recently, what software you use? fruity ? cubase?
 

richie_stix

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ableton live bro... but you program is very much a means to an end.

i think from my fruity days the saturator was like blood over drive... (drive is the term used for the power behind the saturation)

google 'saturators vst' and read up (y)
 
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