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Thread: dot BE blogspot?
KILLER_FAN

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dot BE blogspot? 15-04-2011 20:45 Forum: Bug reports & suggestions


Hey folks long time no see.
Here's the thing:--->>> I was thinking about opening a .be blogspot (or wordpress) with news, interviews, samples, how to's, vsts etc... anything that would be helpful to any of us and to newcomers.
I thought that anywone should be able to post on this blog (good content of course not rubbish), or post here in the article section and then move the content to the blog with his/her approval.
Also, I was thinking to have a track of the week feature, where the best track posted here gets linked on the blog so the producer gets more visibility.

Awainting your answers.

Peace.
KF
Thread: Give me cool vids!!
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 59
Views: 30,343
16-11-2010 16:27 Forum: Offtopic banter


Thread: Gimme funny Vids !!
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 462
Views: 176,981
21-09-2010 14:49 Forum: Offtopic banter


Thread: Sampling, Re-Sampling, Multisampling and note (integrity?)
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 3
Views: 3,138
10-09-2010 20:16 Forum: Production questions & answers


yes, your ear is gonna tell you when you've super-stretched it. just see where the limits are and from there on put another sample so in this way you won't have to export to many samples, but just the necessary ones.
Thread: Gimme funny Vids !!
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 462
Views: 176,981
29-08-2010 18:52 Forum: Offtopic banter


Thread: help with Netsky/Grafix punchy liquid funk snare
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 9
Views: 10,032
13-08-2010 03:12 Forum: Production questions & answers


it's really just a matter of finding the right sample, eq the right frequencies and add some wise compression. once you get the recepy you'll get to create any snare sound you want.
Thread: Dj-Lowprofile - Encore
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 13
Views: 3,124
12-08-2010 20:00 Forum: Tunes


nice wicked intro. really got my attention.
-drums that come next are kinda over compressed.
-i like the synth in the break
-the part before the drop really sounds like you've mixed two songs together
-2 many drum patches for my ears. i think you should've continued with the drum patch from the drop untill the next break. then in the break add that second patch.
-the bass is really nice and warm
-i like you got all these spices that really fill out the song. like the suffled pitched snares, the voices. it's really a nice song and i can see that you've put work innit. i hope to see the finished version

cheers
kf
Thread: Important note
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 7
Views: 2,449
28-07-2010 21:43 Forum: Offtopic banter


FL studio wasp?
Thread: Important note
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 7
Views: 2,449
27-07-2010 08:30 Forum: Offtopic banter


very important indeed.
someone sticky this please.
Thread: Strange goings on in Roger Curtis' facebook, ill rabbit (dnbforum.com, breakbeat.co.uk)
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 3
Views: 2,456
RE: Strange goings on in Roger Curtis' facebook, ill rabbit (dnbforum.com, breakbeat.co.uk) 26-07-2010 13:14 Forum: Offtopic banter


quote:
Originally posted by thechronic
quote:
Originally posted by DJ Regie RudE
am even using a firefox that is not the english version to try and avoid them.

Seems like a sound plan to me. I suggest to change to a different language firefox at least every two weeks to outsmart the hackers. I am currently on Korean, I can still use it easily because the icons stay the same in every language, and I don't use the menus anyway.


good to know new ways to avoid hackers. i've never trusted that lousy Norton Antivirus.
can i change the Windows folder to another language? so when the hacker enters my computer to delete files he will not know which folder is the right one....
Thread: finding the key
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 13
Views: 4,721
24-07-2010 02:56 Forum: Production questions & answers


-a default piano patch
-midi keyboard (this is a must)
-loop points
-pen and paper
-lot of patience and time, especially if you can't recognize notes by ear and u have to go through all 12 notes
Thread: Word Game
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 8,031
Views: 2,403,868
23-07-2010 09:48 Forum: Offtopic banter


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Thread: Word Game
KILLER_FAN

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Views: 2,403,868
22-07-2010 21:13 Forum: Offtopic banter


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Thread: Word Game
KILLER_FAN

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Views: 2,403,868
18-07-2010 13:07 Forum: Offtopic banter


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Thread: Word Game
KILLER_FAN

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Views: 2,403,868
16-07-2010 18:33 Forum: Offtopic banter


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Thread: Proper EQing and compression for liquid DnB drums?
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 2
Views: 7,572
14-07-2010 03:58 Forum: Production questions & answers


this subject has been over discussed here on production q&a. you might wanna take a look at the sticky thread. there is a bunch of good info you can use. god sure helped me.
so on with the snare question: as you mentioned you should layer more samples instead of one. you can layer as many one shots as you like but limit yourself to about 3 or 4 so you won't end up with a big noisy boom.
in principle you need a snare to peak at around 150-200hz. this will be the big snap that will punch through the elements of the track. basically you got n possibilities to process the snare with every effect your daw has. the rest of the snares should have more top to add some presence. again process here is limitless.
use a freq analyser to see where the base snare hits at. might not be 200 hz all the time. if you don't have one you can use the eq to sweep the frequencies and find the spot you like.
compress? to taste. usually you should add a compressor to shape the base snare and add some punch after eqin. also you could add a final compressor to the whole snare group to get them tight and compact.
then for a more natural feeling add a break or 2. rearrange them, eq and make them gel.
add some hihats and shuffle them to get a runny pattern. discussed here also.
this is all i would have to say. again listen and experiment. try to replicate what you hear and go nuts. tweak, process, layer do whatever the hack you want. you are doin this all alone, not for a big audience or a youtube tutorial so trial and error should be your friend.
mastering has nothing to do with emphasizing the drums. mastering is the last process in the chain, applied to the mixdown so bad mixdown->useless mastering.
guys like pendulum or netsky don't have a special trick. they just know how things work from experience.
good luck. make some beats, get a tune going on, post it here and enchant our ears.
peace
kf
Thread: amen eq
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 5
Views: 3,868
13-07-2010 08:42 Forum: Production questions & answers


i usually do more than eq: i hipass it till there are no more kicks, overdrive distortion for mid rumble and noise, excite for sparklin highs, re eq, compress or sometimes gate/compress.
deadbold is right the amen is usually made to fill the mid-gap between one shots and to add fluidity to the whole break.
Thread: monitor speakers for on the road
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 3
Views: 4,592
12-07-2010 06:17 Forum: Hardware


my mind is kinda twisted tryin to understand how are going to use these monitors on the road. like unless you'll be travelling on a bus, rockstar bus, to have a desk where set up you gear, treat some walls, isolate your 'studio' i find rather useless to cary around some speakers, medium-to-big, cause those are the real refference ones.
i find more suitable a pair of good open headphones and a good soundcard. i'm thinkin that you might find your inspiration in car and you'd quickly open the laptop, put on the heads and off you'd go.
that's just my opinion. take it or leave it.
peace
kf
Thread: mix now or mix later?
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 9
Views: 2,793
11-07-2010 08:29 Forum: Production questions & answers


quote:
Originally posted by Ben Kama
When I've finished a track, I usually sit on it without listening to a week or two and then try to mix it again, maybe change the processing as well as the levels etc.

Waiting for a little while will give you a much more objective view on the tune.


yes that is true ben. many mix engineers recommend that for a more objective view. i do that but i wait for a day or two, in the meantime start another project or listen to some tunes. it's pretty amazing how elements start shouting in your ear when going back to re-mix. elements that i never heard the 1st time.
Thread: clean break?
KILLER_FAN

Replies: 5
Views: 2,425
09-07-2010 17:58 Forum: Production questions & answers


good mate. try different things, different compression settings but if you don't have a good monitoring system be gentle with the tweaks.
i also recomend you to use a standalone frequency analyzer. there are a couple of free/trials not state of the art but you need it to show you where the kick peaks etc, so to eq the right zones.
cheers
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