Subtitude - Resonator (Work in progress)

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nah lengths fine in my opinion, maybe double up the beat at the start tho, i preffer for there not to be any messin about if you know what i mean.
uhh in the intro your synths need to flow more i think
the white noise you bring in, in my opinion is too ressy i personally i think the same could apply to the synths when it drops. but then the track is called resonator :p

check my new post if ya could :)
 
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should be working, didn't take it off

---------- Post added at 02:45 ---------- Previous post was at 02:36 ----------

nah lengths fine in my opinion, maybe double up the beat at the start tho, i preffer for there not to be any messin about if you know what i mean.
uhh in the intro your synths need to flow more i think
the white noise you bring in, in my opinion is too ressy i personally i think the same could apply to the synths when it drops. but then the track is called resonator :p

check my new post if ya could :)
There's 2 things i don't get, "Double up the beat" and "No messing around if you know what i mean" (I don't know what you mean xd you'll have to be specific & clear since i'm from belgium ;p.

And about the resonating, I made the synth on my own, no other presets or samples or anything, using Sytrus and messing in the OSC thingie if you're familiar with sytrus you'll know what i mean.
but that extra sound that comes after it that's not needed is something i can't solve, don't know how to take it out without messing up the synthesizer's sound that it's supposed to make.
 

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Double up the beat - just add another section of the beat but with perhaps an extra shaker, hi hat, ride or pads or somthing.

no messing around - i like tunes that get straight into it :)

i'd reccommed you find your self a copy of native instruments massive, your basslines will be much better then
 
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Double up the beat - just add another section of the beat but with perhaps an extra shaker, hi hat, ride or pads or somthing.

no messing around - i like tunes that get straight into it :)

i'd reccommed you find your self a copy of native instruments massive, your basslines will be much better then
I'd have to learn to work with massive then, because i only use sytrus atm and that's a different synth than other synthesizers



compare that to massive, huge difference no? ;p
 

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meh just look diffrent mate, most synths will be able to do the same thing.

i like massive alot mate, at first it totally confused me but really its a really simple synth and you can have some monsterous sounds in a few clicks, its well worth the effort to learn it. and theres nuff tutorials on it over the web.
 
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meh just look diffrent mate, most synths will be able to do the same thing.

i like massive alot mate, at first it totally confused me but really its a really simple synth and you can have some monsterous sounds in a few clicks, its well worth the effort to learn it. and theres nuff tutorials on it over the web.
Will maybe buy that one and learn it since i've got a lot of comments of it being very nice, how's FM8 like? the same or totally different?
 

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both good synths, but to be fair i only used the fm8 a few times...tried it but just went back to massive.

but yeah honestly, imo massive is all ya need. dont buy it straight off tho, find a crack n test it, if ya like it then buy it.
 
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