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Postby GamerZoneUSA » 11 Feb 2015, 04:21

I don't know how to fix this.. Maybe it's the notes
But why does this:
Sound different than this:
They're both the same lead
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Postby iampsych » 26 Feb 2015, 10:30

They sound kinda identical but the first melody is an uplifting one , and euphoric tracks usually have a more shining, cleaner lead :)
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Postby RoyHavens » 26 Feb 2015, 19:32

GamerZoneUSA:I don't know how to fix this.. Maybe it's the notes
But why does this:
Sound different than this:
They're both the same lead



I think it's just the key that you wrote you melody in or the structure of your melody in general.
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Postby GamerZoneUSA » 02 Mar 2015, 21:59

The first melody is Zero Fucks Given by Da Tweekaz and the second one is something I made. And I did notice their melody is a lot more bouncy. I think because the notes are shorter
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Postby TJOAudio » 02 Mar 2015, 22:20

GamerZoneUSA:I don't know how to fix this.. Maybe it's the notes
But why does this:
Sound different than this:
They're both the same lead


Are you serious?
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Postby GamerZoneUSA » 03 Mar 2015, 01:43

It's not like a major difference but there is a difference
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Postby typhonmusic » 03 Mar 2015, 02:01

GamerZoneUSA:I don't know how to fix this.. Maybe it's the notes
But why does this:
Sound different than this:
They're both the same lead

It's just the notes. The first one has lots of lower notes playing in the background, so it makes the whole thing sound more full, which is the only difference I noticed.
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Postby TJOAudio » 03 Mar 2015, 16:13

typhonmusic:
GamerZoneUSA:I don't know how to fix this.. Maybe it's the notes
But why does this:
Sound different than this:
They're both the same lead

It's just the notes. The first one has lots of lower notes playing in the background, so it makes the whole thing sound more full, which is the only difference I noticed.

So you think if you make the same lead it will all sound the same no matter what notes you input? That is literally like saying all piano compositions sound the same. :omg:
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Postby typhonmusic » 03 Mar 2015, 19:00

TJOAudio:
typhonmusic:
GamerZoneUSA:I don't know how to fix this.. Maybe it's the notes
But why does this:
Sound different than this:
They're both the same lead

It's just the notes. The first one has lots of lower notes playing in the background, so it makes the whole thing sound more full, which is the only difference I noticed.

So you think if you make the same lead it will all sound the same no matter what notes you input? That is literally like saying all piano compositions sound the same. :omg:

No, I just said that's the only difference in the sound of the lead. I know that the melodies are different, don't worry :+
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Postby Statical » 04 Mar 2015, 18:53

Was just curious what you would use or recommend for pipe organ leads.

Most of the key-type leads I've made before lean much more towards piano sounding than organ and I'm not quite sure where to go from there.
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Postby Shellshock » 05 Mar 2015, 04:20

Statical:Was just curious what you would use or recommend for pipe organ leads.

Most of the key-type leads I've made before lean much more towards piano sounding than organ and I'm not quite sure where to go from there.


kontakt, even its basic factory library has some nice patches.

also, its not a difficult sound blueprint to synthesise really, playing around with sine waves in chords is already a close start. With a pipe organ, each pipe is basically producing a sine tone. the rest of the sound is shaped by the detuning between the individual pipes and the reflections both inside the pipe and in the room, i guess anyway.
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Postby 5olomonst3r » 29 Mar 2015, 18:46

Hi, I'm wandering if anybody can guide me through the steps to recreate the lead that comes in at 00:02:00 in this track "Alpha2 - From the Rain" thank you!!
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Postby sequence7 » 22 Apr 2015, 20:48

Hey guys, i've been producing for a couple of years but on later days i've noticed my screeches sound so mono compared to others. I put stereo on 100% and I play with some paning automutation(spelling??) but I just dont get that wide sound! And it really bothers me, all tips are welcome to help me out, cheers.
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Postby Shadix » 23 Apr 2015, 10:29

sequence7:Hey guys, i've been producing for a couple of years but on later days i've noticed my screeches sound so mono compared to others. I put stereo on 100% and I play with some paning automutation(spelling??) but I just dont get that wide sound! And it really bothers me, all tips are welcome to help me out, cheers.

puuh lots of way so crank it up. Delay, sample L/R with one side being mil-sek shorter, chorus can do small wonders aswell. Thats what I can think of atm :)
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Postby Kirrre » 10 Jul 2015, 17:21

Someone got any tips on how to avoid muddiness when im layering and so on?
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