How do I get the "pulsey" bass/synth sound?
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by /u/ourlegacyfan
26m ago
Relatively new to production; I'm curious how to get the pulsey bass/synth sound you hear in tracks like Million Ways (Gerd Janson Remix) starting at 0:15. Is it just a bunch of sixteenth notes played in close succession; is it an arp? submitted by /u/ourlegacyfan [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Where do Latin tech house producers such as Blond:ish and Hugel get their vocals?
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by /u/sepehr11
26m ago
Hey all, Looking to make a Latin tech house track but struggling to find a vocal I like. Anyone actually find vocals on Splice they like? I never find anything good on there. Where can I find good Latin vocals? submitted by /u/sepehr11 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Recommendations for Tutorials on Experimental Bass/Funky/Wooky/Dubstep Type Tracks?
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by /u/TheHighRollerz
2h ago
Not really sure what subgenre to call this type of music because I've heard it called so many different things by producers, DJs, and listeners and I know some of them technically aren't the same, but some artists I'm referring to include LSDREAM, GRiZ, Ganja White Night, Boogie T., Ahee, Lumasi, Liquid Stranger, Tape B, Mersiv, etc. The wubby, wooky, alien, wonky type of sounds lol. I've tried watching dozens of tutorials on YouTube but found that a lot of them don't really emulate the kind of sounds I'm looking for. Some have been helpful, especially given that Ahee literally makes tutorial ..read more
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Making a consistent drop that's not repetetive?
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by /u/Samifyre
2h ago
so i've been fucking around and finding out with my music recently - i don't like to classify my music as any specific genre (other than simply electronic, obviously) but i've been mostly drawing inspiration from subgenres like glitchhop/break, DnB, that sort of thing. recently i tried my hand at something dubstep/bass inspired but found it really difficult not to make the drop sound really bland and repetitive. i don't want to do too much during the drop, but i also don't want to just copy + paste the same sound across 8 bars. are there any tips or tricks to give it more variety while not ma ..read more
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Comparing frequency graphs is slowing me down
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by /u/asaf_biton96
6h ago
Hey there! I’ve picked up a habit I saw recommended where I constantly compare the frequency graph (using SPAN) between whatever I’m working on and my reference track. The problem is that I find myself obsessing over it to the point where I’m not actually progressing and spending hours and hours going in circled. Basically trying to replicate the frequency balance in my reference track results in very different levels in terms of what I’m hearing. For example, my reference track has both the Highs and Lows hit at around the same level according to the graph. When I try to replicate the same t ..read more
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How do you like to use Splice for melodies/sound loops but not end up making it sound obvious?
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by /u/skatecloud1
6h ago
For some context- I like the idea of Splice to help get ideas flowing ... But I wouldn't want someone to one day listen to a track and have it sound like something else. So I'm curious- what are some strategies to use loops for inspiration- maybe even in the track yet have it sound unique at the same time? ☮️ submitted by /u/skatecloud1 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Friend wants that I finish his compositions and he wants to pay for it. What should I do?
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by /u/GuitaristComposer
6h ago
He makes music too. But he is too busy. We both use FL Studio. He wants to send me his unfinished music and that I finish it and he wants to pay. Should I do it for free because we are friends? Or for money? How much should I ask? I am not sure if somebody in culture center is paying him for his ethno music. If somebody else pays, then I will ask for money, probably in percent. What if nobody pays it for him? submitted by /u/GuitaristComposer [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Percussion like the one in 'Whats your temperature? - Memba ' 1:18
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by /u/Vivid-Ticket6281
7h ago
Looking for samples that sound like the one in 'Whats your temperature? - Memba ' 1:18 or the one that resembles 'Odesza - Higher Ground ' 0:56. I know it might sound drastically different, but any samples that sound like these??? submitted by /u/Vivid-Ticket6281 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Why are my Universal Audio plug-ins always deactivating?
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by /u/scoutermike
7h ago
It seems like every other day my UAD Minimoog and Opal synths just deactivate and shut down in the middle of a session. Is that expected behavior, or is there a way to fix that? Seems the only way to resolve it is to stop the recording session, launch UA Connect application, and manually reactive the licenses. Sometimes it seems I have to restart Ableton to get it to take effect. Surely this can’t be by design, can it? submitted by /u/scoutermike [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Get Ableton or Stay With FL Studio?
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by /u/TheHighRollerz
8h ago
Complete beginner to sound design here... I have FL Studio, but I often find that most artists use Abelton and that there are many things it can do that FL Studio simply can't. Watching tutorials and then realizing that I have no idea which effects to use as the equivalent in FL Studio gets rather annoying. Is it worth switching over? My biggest concern is the time spent on the learning curve getting used to a new DAW. Is Ableton easier/simpler to use than FL Studio? I thought it might be more useful to get information from the people who use the DAWs daily instead of online review sites. su ..read more
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