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Postby TJOAudio » 14 Mar 2011, 10:21

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Postby Q-Rater » 14 Mar 2011, 11:37

Geez, looks like I need to start using more distortion.
Thanks for posting mate, I might have missed it, twitter is stupid.
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Postby Piro » 14 Mar 2011, 12:35

after 3 tutorials with the 909 im gonna ask ( :+ ):

where the f- can I find a good 909 sample? just looked around but since I dont know how is the original sound i dont know what to choose
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Postby thesh3ll » 14 Mar 2011, 12:45

drumazon, that's what toneshifterz use themselves you can see it in the video

it really doesn't matter though, fruity kick with alot of distortion can pretty much give the same result..
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Postby Piro » 14 Mar 2011, 13:22

Aliner:it really doesn't matter though, fruity kick with alot of distortion can pretty much give the same result..


yes, talking about distortion
but what about the pitch part of the kick? isnt it a important thing?
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Postby thesh3ll » 14 Mar 2011, 13:38

well when you are distorting the kick at a specific pitch it won't sound the same if you pitch it from the source synth (drumazon or other) the waveform changes slightly so the best thing you can do it just pitch the bass from a sampler or sample editor like how zany pitched his kick so the waveform stays mostly the same
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Postby Piro » 14 Mar 2011, 13:48

yes I know, but I meant: isnt it that the 909 kick has that original pitch that just sounds great for hs kicks? i mean the punch part...

what I wanna understand is: everyone says if you know what youre doing you can do such kicks from scratch, but as we see, 3 tutorials about kicks and all three start from 909 (distorted or not doesnt matter).

what has the 909 more than a self synthesized kick? I cant understand if they use it for the punch part or for what else...
I really wanna understand how to do such kicks from scratch..
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Postby thesh3ll » 14 Mar 2011, 13:55

i dunno tbh i think it's mostly the 'bass chatacter' that people are using it for and you can pretty much make good punches from it because why not :p ,other synths just try to emulate the 909 so that's why people say 909 is better, because it's the original bad boy
tbh though you can do great punches with any synth once you have good multiband distortion, carefull tweeking, carefull eqing and that, fx are most important if you ask me :)
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Postby momze » 14 Mar 2011, 14:18

@piro

I don't know exactly why the 909 is cool.
but in my ears it sound like there's more deepness in bass! and the second thing is that it has a little attack that sounds like a click, that's the cool part imo, the punch gets more ''Go'DISH!'' then a normal kick ''DOING''

- a mistake I find in last couple kick tut's, is that they don't explain WHY they cut/boost the frequences before distortion.
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Postby DJYOZ » 14 Mar 2011, 15:05

boost the freq's before distotion allows the kick to create its character dude

then you cut away the freq's you dont need after then do the same process again till it sound right..

if you did the eq after the distortion would just distorted the kick like any other kick increasing the freq at around 500hz your creating the gongy sound you want
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Postby momze » 14 Mar 2011, 16:30

DJYOZ:boost the freq's before distotion allows the kick to create its character dude

then you cut away the freq's you dont need after then do the same process again till it sound right..

if you did the eq after the distortion would just distorted the kick like any other kick increasing the freq at around 500hz your creating the gongy sound you want

lol.. trust me dude, I don't need help.

It was more a hint to the makers of kick tut's
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Postby JoMaZ » 14 Mar 2011, 18:46

DJYOZ:boost the freq's before distotion allows the kick to create its character dude

then you cut away the freq's you dont need after then do the same process again till it sound right..

if you did the eq after the distortion would just distorted the kick like any other kick increasing the freq at around 500hz your creating the gongy sound you want

I also eq first and distorted but then I have to much midbass
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Postby andytf » 16 Mar 2011, 05:04

Hit the keyboard harder doesn't make the computer go faster, mate. :rofl:
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