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Thread: The "Oldskool sound"
selig

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16-05-2011 10:20 Forum: Production questions & answers


You got a warning off moving shadow? That's a bit rich isn't it?

I don't post on the propellerheads forum. I use reaper, when I can be bothered to make a track.
Thread: The "Oldskool sound"
selig

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Views: 4,859
15-05-2011 20:15 Forum: Production questions & answers


Another classic tune that sampled Seal.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnLthI98O04

I've been looking through my record collection to find the name of this track all afternoon.
Thread: The "Oldskool sound"
selig

Replies: 10
Views: 4,859
15-05-2011 16:16 Forum: Production questions & answers


quote:
Originally posted by brucifer

This track on Moving Shadow caused problems with the unlicensed Seal "music takes you round..." sample at the begining Big Grin

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpPpIA7lk50


I was lucky enough to have bought that when it first came out.

Dred Bass sampled a Seal tune as well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_8jpJ0TZw4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2ypXf0caxY

Come to think of it loads of oldschool records sampled Seal, and Bros. lol.
Thread: The "Oldskool sound"
selig

Replies: 10
Views: 4,859
15-05-2011 13:41 Forum: Production questions & answers


It's all about sampling imo. IIRC that Acen tune samples everything from the Rolling Stones to a James Bond soundtrack, with some Jim Morrison and a load of hip hop records thrown in for good measure.
Thread: Frequency Range
selig

Replies: 18
Views: 6,982
05-03-2011 12:48 Forum: Production questions & answers


The main reason people make their bass sounds mono is because when it's cut to vinyl stereo bass sounds make the needle jump, so if you plan on getting your tunes released on vinyl it's important to make sure the bottom end of your track at least sounds good in mono.
Thread: Blending effects and soundscapes? How?
selig

Replies: 4
Views: 2,986
05-03-2011 12:13 Forum: Production questions & answers


quote:
Originally posted by marcusg
I mean any tips on making sci fi-ish backgrounds. Kinda like in the old dnb tunes.


Sample bladerunner.Big Grin
Thread: can someone tell me how to make the Renagade - Terrorist reese
selig

Replies: 6
Views: 5,608
18-01-2011 13:34 Forum: Production questions & answers


You could just sample this like Ray Keith.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJ-uXuyKMLY

Or you could simply sample Ray Keith's terrorist..

Otherwise detune 2 saw waves and filter them.
Thread: FL Studio routing and delay bug
selig

Replies: 2
Views: 5,762
RE: Routing and delay bug 15-01-2011 01:21 Forum: Fruity Loops - FL Studio


I was going to tell you to try routing them back into the slicex mixer track, to make use of the pdc delay there, but I've just tried doing it myself and noticed that the pdc changes automatically on mine, but only if the mixer tracks have been named. If I press f2 and delete the name it reverts back to none... what version of fl are you using? I'm on FL 9.7 update 10.
Thread: Dist808 Bass / DJ Vapour - is sampling a bass from an existing dnb song kosher?
selig

Replies: 22
Views: 9,010
03-10-2010 00:15 Forum: Production questions & answers


quote:
Originally posted by BattleDrone
None of the sounds you mentioned originate from DnB...


Dom and Roland sampled this track to make the tramen break...



It wouldn't surprise me if the bass sound in that track was sampled from terrorist as well.

What does it matter where the sounds came from originally anyway? It seems like you're just trying to move the goalposts to me. I mean nobody went out and bought the x-static goldmine sample cds for the dred bass sound, that's presuming anybody knew it was a sample off there played backwards back then (before the internet), they just sampled dred bass instead. And the same can be said about the terrorist reese, nobody went out and bought just another chance so they could sample it and filter it like Ray Keith did, they just sampled terrorist. Which was what we were talking about, sampling dnb tunes, not where the sounds came from originally.
Thread: Dist808 Bass / DJ Vapour - is sampling a bass from an existing dnb song kosher?
selig

Replies: 22
Views: 9,010
02-10-2010 21:07 Forum: Production questions & answers


All the pros used to sample each other back in the day, think tramens, terrorist reeses or dred basses, and they were far more creative back then than half the crap released now.
Thread: Dist808 Bass / DJ Vapour - is sampling a bass from an existing dnb song kosher?
selig

Replies: 22
Views: 9,010
02-10-2010 12:55 Forum: Production questions & answers


There's nothing wrong with sampling bass sounds, sample anything you want to.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22-9-PgbUEQ
Thread: Flipping amazing list of tips on tech stuff when producing
selig

Replies: 2
Views: 1,933
01-09-2010 23:44 Forum: Production questions & answers


quote:
Make a hat your mixing hat, and put it on when you mix and pretend you’re a gay French sculptor...


I thought I was the only person that did this. Big Grin
Thread: DAW Reaper, anyone tried this?
selig

Replies: 36
Views: 24,540
09-08-2010 19:54 Forum: Reaper


TBH how it handles the samples really is irrelevant, it's what you can do with them that counts; and this is where reaper wins hands down. I used to use editors in fl all the time (edison and soundforge) but I have no need to in reaper because I can do just about everything an editor can do in the time line.
Thread: DAW Reaper, anyone tried this?
selig

Replies: 36
Views: 24,540
06-08-2010 10:50 Forum: Reaper


I believe I covered that when I said without making more and more copies of the same sample. If you work that way you end up with about 2,000 versions of the same kick drum in the audio clips part of the step sequencer.
Thread: DAW Reaper, anyone tried this?
selig

Replies: 36
Views: 24,540
04-08-2010 10:51 Forum: Reaper


I think most fl users don't work with audio, or use other daws, and that's why they think fl is just as good as the others and that it can do everything they can.

It's probably the reason they think you get more control with midi too. Wink

You can turn the waveforms off in reaper too. This is actually what appeals to me the most about reaper, the fact that you can customise it to your own needs, unlike fl which is gol's vision and if you don't like it you can lump it.
Thread: DAW Reaper, anyone tried this?
selig

Replies: 36
Views: 24,540
03-08-2010 14:41 Forum: Reaper


As far as I'm aware you cant even change the volume of an individual clip (without automation or adding more and more copies of the same sample) in fl because if you change the volume on one it changes the volume of all the clips, the same goes for pitching them up or down, reversing them, etc.. You also can't do really basic things like glue audio clips together, you can only quantize to grid, there's no per item effects, fading objects into each other is a pita, etc, etc.

I've been using fl since version 2 and I'm normally the first to defend it but it's hard to defend it's audio editing capabilities because, quite frankly, it's shit at it.
Thread: DAW Reaper, anyone tried this?
selig

Replies: 36
Views: 24,540
03-08-2010 11:09 Forum: Reaper


quote:
Originally posted by goonybag
Dont matter what DAW you use.


It depends how you work really. If you work with a lot of audio then fl isn't the daw for you, and if you work mainly with midi then reaper's clunky piano roll probably isn't for you either. Although having said that reaper's piano roll has got a lot better, which is more than can be said for fl's audio editing capabilities.
Thread: SWS extensions
selig

Replies: 0
Views: 4,089
SWS extensions 01-08-2010 22:00 Forum: Reaper


Make reaper even better!

quote:
The SWS/Xenakios extension adds additional workflow and productivity features to Reaper, the Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) software by Cockos, Inc.


http://www.standingwaterstudios.com/
Thread: Important note
selig

Replies: 7
Views: 2,442
31-07-2010 17:48 Forum: Offtopic banter


I saw one of these whilst walking my dog the other day and about shit myself!



Bees don't bother me though.
Thread: Bassline of this song
selig

Replies: 3
Views: 2,581
29-07-2010 11:01 Forum: Fruity Loops - FL Studio


It sounds like a basic reese to me. Just take 2 saw waves, detune them and filter.

http://www.dnbwiki.com/index.php/Reese
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