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  • AlClemist replied to the topic 'Are you new? Introduce yourself here!' in the forum.
    3 hours 52 minutes ago

    Hello new to the forums. Im still getting the basics of Ableton just got live 9 last year. Im also in the remixing state but soon to get professional of my own creations. I also play 4 other instruments and in a band.

    Masan Thanks guys! I appreciate it!
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  • Karl37 replied to the topic 'Cosmic Core Genre Album 2 ! " ?....From The Core"' in the forum.
    9 hours 34 minutes ago

    lucky one wrote:

    Damon Breakz told me yesterday that Tom had not enough time to do a track.
    So I will work on the last two mastering (Scheimann and FS&A) this week, and we should be good to go.


    Ah man what a bummer, a cosmic core album without Mr Cosm himself? :(

  • Mr Fork replied to the topic 'Clarity - Mr Fork - Trance' in the forum.
    12 hours 16 minutes ago

    Hey Feyra :)

    Thanks for taking a listen. The had a saw pad and then a gated pad. The saw pad ends before the leads come back in. Maybe it was the gated pad? I'll have to take another listen.

    Yeah I am trying to figure out EDM structure for arrangement. Basically want to be faster at arranging a track after getting the idea down. Most of the tutorials out there are pretty well into dance territory. So I went with a standard trance feel for this one. Was fun and the track came together pretty fast. Anyway good to hear from you again. :cheer:

  • Antimaterium

    Haven't been here 4 ages... to much going on. Nice new website. : ) Going to try to be more active soon.

  • Tom Cosm

    I'll be live streaming a production session tonight at 7:30pm - Last one was awesome fun! Come hang out in the chat room, spill some shit with me, give advice about the track, test your knowledge with the production trivia (with leaderboards) etc - Also make sure you click the "follow" button so you know when I go live tonight and in the future…

  • SUBSET thanks user 'lucky one' in the forum message ' Cosmic Core Genre Album 2 ! " ?....From The Core"'.
  • Feyra Bass replied to the topic 'Clarity - Mr Fork - Trance' in the forum.

    Hey Fork! Better late than never, right?

    This sounds more mainstream than your usual Trance pieces. Great work, I like it a lot.
    I hear the bass layers going on there. I thought the saw bass (pad) was getting in the way of some of the leads but I could still hear everything. Definitely more EDM!

    I like that Replika too! Good thing we got it when the getting was good.

  • Mr Fork replied to the topic 'DnB 2Pac Remix!' in the forum.

    Yeah man Good sounding stuff. I like the chilled piano interjected throughout. You really do a good job with the monster basses. They're still slightly overpowering in my opinion but I've also recently found out that my basses need more bass according to most people lol. So yeah what do I know. Anyway. Great job on the remix.

  • Mr Fork replied to the topic 'Fresh 125 Bpm Nu-Disco Track. Enjoy the Basslines!' in the forum.

    It really depends on the situation. Ableton devices are very capable of mastering. In fact there have been several paid tutorial sets based on this and using only ableton and M4L devices. I myself find that ableton's devices are good when I'm needing to make broad strokes to get things close but I prefer other tools that have better feedback for the finer movements. it's not to say it can't be done. It's just the way I do it. There are definitely tools that make the process easier. Ableton's MB compression confuses the heck out of me so I don't even touch that one lol. :ohmy:

    To be honest you may not even want to bother doing your changes in mastering. Too often I think mastering is looked at as the place to resolve all issues but it's simply not. 80% of the time the issue should be fixed in the mix (at least in my opinion). You end up with a much better result and you'll save yourself a ton of time if you don't get stuck in "I'll fix it in the mastering stage".

    For my part I do like izotope Alloy and Ozone as mixing and mastering tools but I also have to be honest and say I think Fabfilter is going to become my favorite for mixing and mastering utilities. Good visual feedback along with great workflows.

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Armed Track Parameter Gate - Free Max For Live Utility

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