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LORD ZERO 01-11-2007 09:44 PM

***ThE AUDIO TIPS & TRICKS THREAD***
 
Peace Mc'z And Producers, This Is The Spot Where Ppl W/ Lots Of Tips On Recording/beatmaking Are Gonna Post Suggestions About How To Make Their Sounds Better, Programs, Drum Kits, Mpc's, Etc...we All Got Room To Advance In This Field, Right? Dont Say Im Wrong, Ya Might Get Struck Down.......by Lightning, But Yeah, Lets Get This Thread Crackin, Im Pretty Sure U Cats Got Suggestions! For Me And Anyone Else Here

5_ELEMENT_NINJA 01-11-2007 09:53 PM

Finally zero!been waitin for this.If u cats wanna get ya drums grimey Pitch shift them up 2 octaves.Then resample them.then take those and pitch shift them down 2octaves.Youll get that 12 bit crunch,or u can record ya drums on to casette tape and sample them off the tape.I only mess with hardware so i dont know how u computer geeks can do this lol!
peace

5_ELEMENT_NINJA 01-11-2007 10:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SpOk3N (Post 707310)
Refrain from using an 808 with a bassline.
the bass from both will negate the sound from the other, so you'll get left with a quivering bassline throughout the song.
this is when played in your car, though.

not if u EQ it rite and use some filters!

White_Mouse 01-11-2007 10:47 PM

my question is how do u effectiveley use samples on "fruity Loops"?

GHOST DISCIPLE 01-12-2007 04:26 AM

Good idea, someone should make this one a sticky!

Peace

GHOST DISCIPLE aka SKEPTICISM

imbrator 01-12-2007 06:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by White_Mouse (Post 707335)
my question is how do u effectiveley use samples on "fruity Loops"?

eh yo bro see this video i hope it can help you

http://youtube.com/watch?v=iCVkfvO6xhg

pablobaluba 01-12-2007 09:11 AM

@5 element ninja - i usually pitch shift them down directly....with about 5-6 octaves
i need to know you tricks to make a bass line...a corect one (except sampling the bass from the original song). with vst plugins etc. how do you make it so it won't be off-key

GHOST DISCIPLE 01-12-2007 10:29 AM

Is there anyone who knows how to make dope bass lines? With what program (for example midi-keyboard)?

Peace

Complex 01-12-2007 01:59 PM

Midi keyboards are probobaly give tah most vesatilaty with bass patterns .. The old Korg Tritons are pretty easy to use with Midi functions ect.. Although My soundcard came with a ton of vst plugins and softsynths that can be manipulated into some ill bass soundz.. Other than that try samplin minor keys and down pitching them or even guitar stringz.. I just get creative wit shit..

Another tip I would suggest to producers usin FL is timestretching your samples to fit your drum bpm.. theres a function where u can individually change pitch, mul, and time.. this makes it easy to match ur drum patterns..
Also try adjusting your individual drum instruments to different levels or using a cut filter or resonance .. (Ex. change frequency and velocity of your hi hats).. this gives more range in your drums, just expirement wit different functions 2 get best results..

Cant give away all ma secrets, hope this helps tho..

INF 01-12-2007 02:05 PM

This thread is a mf best friend right about now.

Dirty Knowledge 01-12-2007 02:07 PM

Any tips for recording with low quality mics? I.E. headphones.. radio shack mics.. headsets?

LORD ZERO 01-12-2007 02:19 PM

I Got A Headset So Usually When I Record, I Go To The Eq Afterwards And Take All The Low Frequencies Out, So That Way Ya Voice Is More Clear W/ No Unexpected Bass In Ya Voice

LORD ZERO 01-12-2007 02:21 PM

Gonna Get This Sticky'd Real Soon

GHOST DISCIPLE 01-12-2007 03:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Complex (Post 707885)
Midi keyboards are probobaly give tah most vesatilaty with bass patterns .. The old Korg Tritons are pretty easy to use with Midi functions ect.. Although My soundcard came with a ton of vst plugins and softsynths that can be manipulated into some ill bass soundz.. Other than that try samplin minor keys and down pitching them or even guitar stringz.. I just get creative wit shit..


Thanx for the answer fam!

5_ELEMENT_NINJA 01-12-2007 08:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pablobaluba (Post 707605)
@5 element ninja - i usually pitch shift them down directly....with about 5-6 octaves
i need to know you tricks to make a bass line...a corect one (except sampling the bass from the original song). with vst plugins etc. how do you make it so it won't be off-key

Imma give u cats a jewel,that alot cats know.Take ya loop and make 2 copies of it.on the 1st one put a low pass filter on it so its just the bass then eq it or ad some subtle distortion.on the 2nd one put a hi pass filter on it.
Another trick u can do is take a ill ass loop put a low pass filter on it.then just add different samples on top so the low pass loop will act as the main bassline


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