resampling reeces in reason ???

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  1. omowglio

    omowglio Member

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    resampling reeces in reason ???

    how do you stretch the sound or make it sound more snappy like in a darker drum n bass
     
  2. Ketz

    Ketz Thinkin outside the box..

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    resampling is pretty straight forward in reason, take ur initial sound made in Thor / Malstrom / Subtractor set the loop points in the sequencer to how long u want the sound (4 bars / 8 bars or whatever) then export a sustained note or hook as a wav
    import that wav into an NN19 or NNXT sampler and make sure u play a sustained C note (as this plays back the sample at its original pitch that u exported in the first stage) and keep adding different effects and automations for more movement as you go along (lfo filters, envelopes, distortion etc).

    you can do this in as many stages as it takes you to get the final sound that ur after, experimentation is key :)
     
  3. Zeal

    Zeal Ohm/C2D/Dark Asylum/Ennex

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    Bascially jus mimic what Ketz said really, but make sure you save various samples when you are adding distortion and such, just incase you fuck the sound up and saved over it.

    Learn the scream distortion unit too, it can give some fucking brilliant effects.

    Also try splitting the sound using the spider audio splitter and making various different layers of the sound with different effects on it
     
  4. funkmod

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    this is what i do it takes alot more routing but you can always go back and change things if your not happy with them