What produces this Sound? Thanks!

Discussion in 'Production' started by FormOfficial, Sep 15, 2016.

  1. FormOfficial

    FormOfficial New Member

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    www.soundcloud.com/formofficial/what-is-this-sound/s-yUWe8

    Hi guys, I hear this (Staccato Arp Thingy) being used a lot in drum and bass tracks. I was wondering what type of VST / Keyboard would produce such a sound. Its commonly used and will help with my endeavours in producing different types of Drum & Bass, Thank you.

    Click the link above!

    Thanks ~ Form./
     
  2. Catsel

    Catsel Well-Known Dismember

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    i think its best you don't know

    xx
     
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  3. FormOfficial

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    Well that's mean lmao, please share
     
  4. DeeGun

    DeeGun Church of Krust

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    As it's used in a lot of tracks, it will surely not help you to produce DIFFERENT types of DNB.
     
  5. FormOfficial

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    Wow, you know what thanks for nothing. I didn't want to create literally different genre's of DNB, its personal use of creating some varied tracks for myself, glad to see this forum has helpful veteran users who give back nothing to those who have just joined (y)
     
  6. Moskit

    Moskit :rodigan: Staff Member

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    Dude they don't know, they're just having a laugh... Don't take it personally!

    I'll move this thread to the production forum, someone there will know for sure...

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  7. -agu-

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    ffs guys

    Beware, in a minute, all the originality from his music will be gone...

    Here it comes..

    2 patches layered together
    1st patch:
    Saw waves (if you are tough guy like Rambo or Santa Claus, you can also try squares mixed in)
    Play (major) chords, 1/8 notes
    Automate the filter cutoff

    2nd patch: (the one playing a sustained chord/note underneath)
    Don't know what waveform(s) exactly, but probably saws/squares/triangles (the basic shit) again
    low pass
    limit to one voice
    set play mode to legato.


    It's really more about the notes you play, but my musical ear is not trained enough to just tell like "hey it's a fucking F major 7th" etc. so go figure out yourself.
     
  8. Tone1304

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    Your best bet is go on YouTube and find out how to make 'house plucks' then learn how to grit them up with distortion
     
  9. Don.0ne

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    Sub Focus can walk you through this bro..
     
  10. FormOfficial

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    Thanks for the response I'm a bit like dada life when it comes to production, I don't know music theory but ive made some good bangers in my time lmao! thanks all!