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  • rev.19
    1 hour 19 minutes ago

    Just purchased the Trance from the Core Album. What can I say, OMG!!! It´s an outstanding, bass worshipping, danceable party album. I´m really impressed!!! And it is a big joy to hear something on that album from Feyra Bass and Rivonia Sheiman, even so two tracks from Karl and the one of Mister Fork. It´s really a joy to listen. Hope I´ll get end of the year more time to spend on making music..

    rev.19 And all the other tracks are great too, just wanted to mention the ones specially... ;-) I know, it got really silent around me, but I had a lot of issues to solve this year and I´ll move end of the year to a location where I can make music without disturbing anyone. But I´ve been all the time with You all!
    1 hour 11 minutes ago
  • djeyemaster replied to the topic 'NEW FREE SAMPLE PACK (300mb)' in the forum.
    1 hour 33 minutes ago

    Oh bad! :pinch: I followed you on SC as well...

  • djeyemaster thanks user 'halfr3d' in the forum message ' NEW FREE SAMPLE PACK (300mb)'.
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  • Mr Fork thanks user 'SUBSET' in the forum message ' Live dub jamming'.
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  • Mr Fork replied to the topic 'Live dub jamming' in the forum.
    2 hours 14 minutes ago

    Ah okay so basically you get your set of sounds together the way you want to hear them and then practice with the sounds a couple times to get an idea of flow. Thanks much.

  • Mr Fork thanks user 'SUBSET' in the forum message ' Most of the time - Mr Fork'.
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  • Jemeneye replied to the topic 'Question about bass (808)' in the forum.
    2 hours 39 minutes ago

    sensi3 wrote:

    i just have trouble with a large part of the tutorials that people seem to say turn up this , and a little of that ,
    but i havent heard many guys explain what the parameters do exactly . Its the same if im just fiddling around on lets say operator , or analog or so ,
    i mean yes i can hear difference when turning most off the buttons but i dont know what to combine with what to get a specific sound .

    Yea I know what your saying and I had this same problem. Check out Nick's Tutorials ( He gets as in depth as anyone I've seen on the ABleton Live synths: Analog, Operator, Sampler. He goes over every single parameter and explains in detail with clear articulation what everything does.

    I would suggest that you start by learning Subtractive Synthesis as that should give you a good idea of how synths work at a fairly basic level. Live's Analog synth is a subtractive synth so you could watch his Analog series first. Another thing to note is that your understanding of ADSR (Attach, Decay, Sustain, Release), envelopes, and LFO will be crucial to your beginning of synthesis and sound design. These will all make sense as you watch more of the videos and work with them in Live as well.

    After you get a good grip on Subtractive Synthesis in Analog, it would be a good idea to move on to the next common form of snythesis: FM Synthesis (Frequency Modulation) which is best displayed on Live's Operator. Although on Operator you can also use its operators in a Subtractive synthesis way. Again, Nick gets in depth on Operator, FM, in his series. Now Tom does a great job in his tutorials, but I'm just suggesting Nick's tutorials as another supplement.

    As far as drum sound design: I found Quantize Courses: Kick Drum sound design to be the most help.
    After watching those tutorials you'll have a great understanding of layering massive drum sounds. In all honesty the sounds you want to create are a combination of a punchy kick drum and a huge sub bass tail- you should easily have a good understanding in this area after watching. Here's another tutorial that I like on youtube which talks about how to create your own Kick in Operator:
    sensi3 wrote:
    even worse with the rest of the tools . for instance , tension or analog and the other stuff thats in ableton i havent even touched because i dont know what to use what for , and how to use it . :blush:

    Honestly, I would stick to just Analog right now until you get the basics of Subtractive Synthesis down. After that apply your knowledge of Subtractive on Operator. Then venture into FM synthesis on Operator which in my opinion give some of the best sounds. Also, don't sleep on Sampler. Sampler is a synthesizer and is capable of doing Grainular synthesis which is pretty awesome in its own right. Sampler is also amazing for your drum sounds. I would hold off on Tension, Collision, Electric until you have a better understanding of the basics. I'm just starting to venture off into some of these other areas and it takes time so don't give up!

  • kim.loco created a new topic ' Any producers worth watching on live stream?' in the forum.
    2 hours 56 minutes ago

    Hey. i watched seamlessR live stream yesterday and i know Virtual Riot doing stream,unfortunally i always miss his live stream..
    I have seen Tom Cosm also streams,but missed this also..
    But is there other artist\producers worth follow\watch on stream?
    hear is the link to stream site i know off(for does who do not know):

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But this advancement and opportunity comes with a few caveats, one of which is that the music creation process in the eyes of a bedroom producer has been flipped upside down, chopped-up, and compressed into one holistic task.

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