Re: [LAU] A Dubstep Tale: Ardour Calf and Zyn

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Date: Saturday, July 14, 2012 - 8:01 pm

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Hey all, will try to reply to everybody in this mail:

@Julien: The phaser is the one in the Calf LV2 plugins, I rarely use
phasers but for some reason thought I wanted one on the master track for
this!

@All On production: Yeah, its indeed quite shakey at times and not as
polished and refined as it could be. Patrick: I'm afraid this track's
progression is to stay where it is! I tend to prefer writing new material
to polishing things at the moment... If there's intrest in the Ardour2
session, or per track exports, I'll happily share :)

@Louigi: Drums are loops, but edited a bit. Taking kicks & snares and
doubling them over the loop in certain places to make the whole more
interesting. Forget what collection they're from.. sorry!

@Reverb: you're probably right, didn't really do a final "listen" an there
was no time between composition, mixing and mastering. Start to finish in 3
hours, no break, so I'd happily belive that the reverb sounds way
overpowering to a fresh pair of ears :D

@Brostep: Brostep is dubstep without the "super-heavy" sine bass under it
as far as I'm aware. Basically a high pass filter at 120 on the bass
instrument, but normal "dubstep" apart from that. Indeed it usually has
even "harder" sounds, more metallic and high-frequency based "basslines".

I intend to make more of this type of music in future & will post links due
to the nice response guys, cheers! -Harry

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Hey all, will try to reply to everybody in this =
mail:@Julien: The phaser is the one in the Calf LV2 plugins, I rare=
ly use phasers but for some reason thought I wanted one on the master track=
for this!
@All On production: Yeah, its indeed quite shakey at times and not as p=
olished and refined as it could be. Patrick: I'm afraid this track'=
s progression is to stay where it is! I tend to prefer writing new material=
to polishing things at the moment... If there's intrest in the Ardour2=
session, or per track exports, I'll happily share :)
@Louigi: Drums are loops, but edited a bit. Taking kicks & snares a=
nd doubling them over the loop in certain places to make the whole more int=
eresting. Forget what collection they're from.. sorry!@Reverb: =
you're probably right, didn't really do a final "listen" =
an there was no time between composition, mixing and mastering. Start to fi=
nish in 3 hours, no break, so I'd happily belive that the reverb sounds=
way overpowering to a fresh pair of ears :D
@Brostep: Brostep is dubstep without the "super-heavy" s=
ine bass under it as far as I'm aware. Basically a high pass filter at =
120 on the bass instrument, but normal "dubstep" apart from that.=
Indeed it usually has even "harder" sounds, more metallic and hi=
gh-frequency based "basslines".
I intend to make more of this type of music in future & will post l=
inks due to the nice response guys, cheers! -Harry

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[LAU] A Dubstep Tale: Ardour Calf and Zyn, Harry van Haaren, (Sat Jul 14, 1:58 am)
Re: [LAU] A Dubstep Tale: Ardour Calf and Zyn, Atte André Jensen, (Sat Jul 14, 10:15 am)
Re: [LAU] A Dubstep Tale: Ardour Calf and Zyn, Julien Claassen, (Sat Jul 14, 2:13 am)
Re: [LAU] A Dubstep Tale: Ardour Calf and Zyn, Patrick Shirkey, (Sat Jul 14, 7:25 am)
Re: [LAU] A Dubstep Tale: Ardour Calf and Zyn, Atte André Jensen, (Sat Jul 14, 10:17 am)
Re: [LAU] A Dubstep Tale: Ardour Calf and Zyn, Harry van Haaren, (Sat Jul 14, 8:01 pm)
Re: [LAU] A Dubstep Tale: Ardour Calf and Zyn, Louigi Verona, (Sat Jul 14, 7:32 am)