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Postby RStylez » 09 Jul 2016, 20:24

@The RaveN
I have the same problem with my laptop, I'm using an ASUS XD

Well I have another question,how can I make a reverse bass like these?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7FO4fXvFCM

or

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRmhUup2P9M

or that one

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itfT8wAhCIU

I mean, what wave form should I use? Do I have to side chain it (I was told that I have to do that)? Distortion?
I'm using 3xosc.
I like oldschoolhardstyle and I'm trying to produce it :)

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Postby MegaSphere » 12 Jul 2016, 14:21

They are all sampled from 'Mauro Picotto - Pulsar'.

I made an attempt to recreate something rather similar using 3x Osc.
https://instaud.io/sMQ

Here is the project file for it, It's for the latest FL as of today.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6Gw0 ... EUycDhUeUE
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Postby daniro29 » 12 Jul 2016, 17:22

MegaSphere:They are all sampled from 'Mauro Picotto - Pulsar'.


I actually highly doubt that every producer back then sampled the exact bassline...

I never was able to make that bassline myself but I read here on the forum something about taking an oldschool gabba kick tail, timestrech it and add some distortion. I'm not sure in which thread it was but it was definitely here on harderstate :)

but as I said I never tried it, tho ;)
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Postby Valadia » 15 Aug 2016, 15:41



Does somebody know how I make this kind of "screech" (Not sure if I should call it a screech tho).
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Postby butterprickol » 29 Nov 2016, 17:02

Hello, guys.
I wanted to ask if someone knows how the effect at 0:16 to 0:21 (can also be heard from 1:39 to 1:48; especially the last two seconds) is made. Are there any VST's to create this effect? Thanks in advance.

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Postby Section 8 » 29 Nov 2016, 17:31

it sounds like a phaser effect the dj used in the mix for the set not actually the track itself pretty straightforward really
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Postby The RaveN » 29 Nov 2016, 17:57

Section 8:it sounds like a phaser effect the dj used in the mix for the set not actually the track itself pretty straightforward really


More like a comb filter
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Postby butterprickol » 29 Nov 2016, 20:20

Thanks for moving the post into the right thread :)

@Section 8, yes I know that it was used in the mix :)

@Section 8 @The RaveN, I played a little bit around with dblueglitch and found out that it can be made with using the delaysize in an automation clip (i.e. 11ms to 1ms). But thanks for your suggestions though! Really appreciated it :)
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Postby butterprickol » 06 Dec 2016, 18:28

Evening, mates

I'd like to know your thoughts on how these sounds in the mid intro are made:


And how do I resample basses? I've watched a lot of bass resampling videos but the result doesn't fulfill my expectations. How do I create basses like the one at 3:10 - 3:12?


Thanks in advance
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Postby keyboardwarrior » 10 Feb 2017, 12:21

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V0rbYKPHeOs

My Dutch producing brothers I seek out your professional and unmatchable synth and sound design help and that great synth work you know you all posses! I probably off sides many with this post but trust the Dutch when it comes to producing!

How to make the lead sound from 15 seconds in the link posted above and below; do you hear saw waves for that cool lead? what techniques are used as little or as much info you can share about the sound would be appreciated greatly!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V0rbYKPHeOs

Thanks keen to hear any other producers who are not Dutch with an answer to my question is also appreciated!
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Postby The RaveN » 10 Feb 2017, 16:38

keyboardwarrior:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V0rbYKPHeOs

My Dutch producing brothers I seek out your professional and unmatchable synth and sound design help and that great synth work you know you all posses! I probably off sides many with this post but trust the Dutch when it comes to producing!

How to make the lead sound from 15 seconds in the link posted above and below; do you hear saw waves for that cool lead? what techniques are used as little or as much info you can share about the sound would be appreciated greatly!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V0rbYKPHeOs

Thanks keen to hear any other producers who are not Dutch with an answer to my question is also appreciated!


The video isn't available.
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Postby keyboardwarrior » 11 Feb 2017, 07:48

I have the full track I'll upload it to my sound cloud page now for you to hear thanks man!!!!!
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Postby keyboardwarrior » 11 Feb 2017, 08:24

The RaveN:
keyboardwarrior:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V0rbYKPHeOs

My Dutch producing brothers I seek out your professional and unmatchable synth and sound design help and that great synth work you know you all posses! I probably off sides many with this post but trust the Dutch when it comes to producing!

How to make the lead sound from 15 seconds in the link posted above and below; do you hear saw waves for that cool lead? what techniques are used as little or as much info you can share about the sound would be appreciated greatly!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V0rbYKPHeOs

Thanks keen to hear any other producers who are not Dutch with an answer to my question is also appreciated!


The video isn't available.


https://soundcloud.com/thanks_for_liste ... iginal-mix

Fixed, please listen hear and download as a gift for your :one: help with this sound _O_ Track below and above

https://soundcloud.com/thanks_for_liste ... iginal-mix

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Postby BrorGaben » 17 Feb 2017, 09:46

For example the 1:31 and 3:24 fx kicks or just any fx kick in the track.
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Postby Valadia » 04 Mar 2017, 21:00

BrorGaben:For example the 1:31 and 3:24 fx kicks or just any fx kick in the track.


What I do most of the times is this.

I eq out all the frequencies I don't want. Also I boost the frequencies that I want to filter in order to get the fx kick. Most of the times that's between 300 - 1100 hz. After you have done that you probably have a very harsh sound.


For the filtering, I like to use Camelphat3. I think the "Lowpass Fat" filter on it works very well for this. First off, clear your preset so you have nothing else going on in your Camelphat. After that, enable the filter section. Put the resonance between 50 and 75%. Open up the Envelope and the Cutoff. You can play with the envelope and cutoff the create the sound you wish. From my experience I call tell you that automating one or both these knobs will create the best sound. In my opinion of course. Another thing that you can do is add some distortion from Camelphat. It can give your fx kick more power.


If you don't have Camelphat, no worries. You can do this with pretty much every filter plugin. Or even with another equalizer. I just think this is the easiest and best way. Hope you undestand it now.
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