Reese Help?

Discussion in 'Production' started by Sentient, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. Sentient

    Sentient New Member

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    how would i go about getting a similar sound to the reese
    in EdRush + Op - Bacteria? (using thor)

    been playin around for ages and not got close:confused:
    Code:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZGJ9EAzeDE
     
  2. DJPancake

    DJPancake NEW NAME IS DJ INCLINED

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    hey dude,

    try looking on youtube for "Boy in a Band". he also has a websight, http://www.boyinaband.com/

    He is rediculusly good at Reason, and other programs. He will definitely get you going in the right direction. lol"get you going" (i almost wrote get you off in the right direction) lol

    Or, just politely ask someone to make the reese in the same program that you are using, and then they will send it to you. :)
     
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  3. Sentient

    Sentient New Member

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    nice one but ive already seen daves sight. pretty useful must be said.

    would rather do it myself as well. really wanna properly get to grips with reason.
    suppose best better is just keep trying till something works.

    only thing im not up on is creating something exporting it for effects loading it up again modulating it again, exporting, and so on till it sounds how you want it
    any youtubes or anything else for that kinda thing?
     
  4. H*product

    H*product Heavyweight product

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    there's one that was on the first computer music dnb special with logistics(??) which is specifically on resampling a reese in reason.

    if you search you should be able to buy a back issue or possibly find someone who'l upload the video for you. if i find it i'll stick it up.

    its all about using the nn-xt well. opening up the editor and having different filters on different copys of the sampled reece and distorting etc.
    maybe just searching some tutorials for that will help.

    sound
     
  5. llSpaMll

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    i'd suggest resampling it's what i've been doing with all my bass lately and it's been working out the way i wanted lol.
     
  6. Krispy

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    What do you mean by "resampling"?

    noob question..