Need some feedback.

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  1. BullDub

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    Hello, I made this short 8 bar dnb thing :D
    Before someone asks, i suck.. i want some feedback and tips on it..

    https://soundcloud.com/bull-dub/newmasssound

    Thats it made a few new sounds in massive strangely enough i seem to fail in jump up all the time i need some tips on what i'm doing wrong whit sounding more jump up alike.
    I don't want to sound like anyone else i do want to be original..

    Greethings BullDub thanks for your time!
     
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  2. Mormok

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    The bassline sounds pretty nice has a older jump up vibe to it! Im not sure about the faster wobs they kinda of throw it off beat a little, mabey distortion or some filters to beef it up abit.
     
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  3. BullDub

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    Yeh the bassline is not my problem :D Its the massive sounds. Ill try distortion dnnu about the wobs i should find better massive sounds to do the trick.
    It really does not sound like jump up at all xp
     
  4. Dark Lizardro

    Dark Lizardro The Lizard that has a hammer Staff Member

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    You said you wanted to be "original" on your sounds, and not copy someone else. My advice: you need to watch tutorials on "how to make this Noisia reese", or "How to make this skrillex wobble", for example, and recreate that sound on massive, to learn what those buttons do to the sound. Then, with this knowledge, you will create your own, better sounds. Another advice is: although massive is a great synth (I use it all the time), you can use other synths to achieve the sound you want. For example, I'm a FL Studio user, and lately I've been using Toxic Biohazard A LOT.
     
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    Yeh man, if your going for jump up vibes just shove distortion on like everything except the kick and sub!

    Talking about the sub I reckon you need to copy your massive patch onto a new channel, and just make the wave a sine, lower it a couple of octaves if you need to. That will add a lot of weight to the bassline.

    Nice though man.
    Phazy
     
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  6. BullDub

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    I'm looking up reese bass tuto's every day i havent looked for skrillex wobles its not what i want at all :D
    An example: https://soundcloud.com/pitchjumpupsession/hizzleguy-buddha-cheese-full
    No i don't want to sound like him but pointing me in the direction of how to do the noises would greatly help me out. Don't need the same noises only the strange affect on them what i think is distortion
    I got tons of ideas on things i want to do. To bad i cant do em :D.. Anyways the distortion thing is cwl seen some tutorials but i'm not succeeding so much into doing it properly yet.
    Been doing this all day think i might need a pause cuz my head tells me it doesnt want to hear my bad music anymore :)

    2 things i made a while back:
    https://soundcloud.com/bull-dub/overdrive
    https://soundcloud.com/bull-dub/radio-anger
     
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  7. BullDub

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    Thanks a TON DarkYsidro for the noisa reese bass tip :D You got me off a good start really happy for this!
     
  8. Dark Lizardro

    Dark Lizardro The Lizard that has a hammer Staff Member

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    You are welcome, my man. In terms of sound design, no one, I said NO ONE beats the Noisia guys.