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Sub Zero Project screeches mixdown question

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Postby erol » 06 Jan 2017, 20:45

Hi,

I was wondering if someone here could explain how to create and maybe more inportant, how to mix screeches like Sub Zero Project does. If you listen to this, the screeches are very distorted and with a lot of reverb but they dont drown in reverb. also sound creating wise, I have no idea how they did this:
https://youtu.be/Ksqu_bj1N5U?t=37s

any ideas?
thanks
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Postby NRx Hardstyle » 06 Jan 2017, 21:30

I think(?) They use a send channel for the reverb and then sidechaining the reverb to the screech signal. Basically the reverb is dampened behind the screech and when the screech breaks, the reverb fills it up. I use it for basically everything that needs a massive reverb but dont want to fuck everything up.

Hope this helps, I cant explain it better than this.
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Postby erol » 06 Jan 2017, 22:52

NRx Hardstyle:I think(?) They use a send channel for the reverb and then sidechaining the reverb to the screech signal. Basically the reverb is dampened behind the screech and when the screech breaks, the reverb fills it up. I use it for basically everything that needs a massive reverb but dont want to fuck everything up.

Hope this helps, I cant explain it better than this.

thanks. any tutorials about this? I use Cubase btw.

and any ideas about the sound design?
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Postby NRx Hardstyle » 06 Jan 2017, 23:01

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Postby Ilidien » 06 Jan 2017, 23:52

I think its a lot of delay grained out aswell, creating the rhythm plus automation/sidechain on the reverb I think
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