Last edited by chris marsh on Jul-10-2017 at 22:43
Registered: Feb 2012
Originally posted by SystematicX1
Kind of unusual...I LIKE IT! Sub bass is gnarley really dig it!
New Drumstep track from me, kind of different but had fun on it. Sub seems to have these sporadic clips that I just can't wrap my head around.
cool track. the atmospherics and feel are really cool I agree the kick isn't quite right, it sounds to punchy in the highs and the low end of the track doesnt quite blend into one solid whole, which i think is quite important in this style of genre. I thjink its peaking a little too high? Maybe try a more typical DNB kick?
also i think the main bass riff, which plays on one note, although its a really cool sounds i think it sounds too thin and could do with more processing perhaps maybe more subtle layers of distortion (do you use izotope trash 2?)
anyway that is obviously just my opinion. I think you could smash this genre if you keep at it, and thats what its all about right
with the sub, you mean at the beginning of the sound, like in the attack phase you get clicks? Ive experienced this a lot. Seems all you can do is play with the attack on the synth, low pass the sine (which you are probabrly doing) and make sure the OSC is set to "triggerd" rather than "free" (different synths seems to call this different things) youre prob doing this already though right. Serum seems to have a tighter attack on a sine bass than say massive
one thing ive done in the bpast to remove those awkward clicks is bounce to audio and remove the clicks with izotope RX. works flawlessly but is of course a bit time consuming
Last edited by chris marsh on Jul-11-2017 at 00:47
Registered: Sep 2010
Location: Las Vegas
appreciate the feedback guys, and yea listening back something dramatically changed on the last bounce. It was not as "open" and much more compact in tonality. Going to have to dig deep on the last save.
Thanks for the tips on the sub. For sure low passing but have never messed with the "free" , will give that a try,good tips..gracias!
Registered: Sep 2009
Originally posted by evo8
wooooonyy - this is a winner i think! but the kick/low end is kinda letting it down imho!! that arp is fucking killer man, sounds rolandy (probably not )
edit: on re-listen, maybe its fine the way it is!! love it man, reminds me of the old prog stuff
Thanks! The synths (except the vocals) are all Korg (Mony/Poly). I always put a ton of FX on everything though, so I'm not sure if anyone can even tell