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Posted by piranha 
Re: the production thread
November 01, 2012 04:58PM
Re: the production thread
November 01, 2012 09:59PM
likes this ya wee beauty wellcom.
Re: the production thread
November 01, 2012 10:02PM
Re: the production thread
November 05, 2012 11:51AM
anyone use a netbook to make tunes on? I will be wanting to run cubase and renoise mainly with vsts n shit! cheers
Re: the production thread
November 05, 2012 12:35PM
i just grabbed a bunch of those ones wellcom posted, but they're really low bitrate mp3 files :p
Re: the production thread
November 05, 2012 12:40PM
here ya go:

[www.thesample.net]

that site has .wav's
Re: the production thread
November 05, 2012 01:47PM
i didn't download any from the link i posted.
i wanna get midi breaks.
does anyone know a site?

however, if someone told me how to do
the tambourines over jungle breaks i'd be happy.
i have "open" and "closed" samples.
Re: the production thread
November 06, 2012 01:10PM
A robotic 808 anyone?

[hackaday.com]
Re: the production thread
November 07, 2012 11:59AM
i generally cut up all my drum/percussion/breaks manually as audio....will i benifit from using a sampler/recycle at all? all in cubase! i have used renoise for breaks before but i find the rewire a little flaky and theres some latency issues on win7 64 bit....thanks ;]
Re: the production thread
November 09, 2012 07:38PM
i managed to find a good fm synthesis vst.
am yet to try it out.
Re: the production thread
November 18, 2012 08:21PM
what is its given name?
Re: the production thread
November 18, 2012 08:24PM
Re: the production thread
November 19, 2012 01:37AM
no linux. i wonder what that takes. i am using windows right now but i dont have any good VST hosts here
Re: the production thread
January 28, 2013 02:25PM
Can someone explain side chaining in cubase 5 in a simple way please, i've never actually used it!
Re: the production thread
January 29, 2013 03:26AM
Side chaining in Cubase 5 is pretty simple. There's like a side, and then you put a chain on it. That's where the phrase, "Off the chain" comes from. It means when your chain is not sided (it is off the side). So to maintain a proper side chain functionings, you have to make sure your chain is not on the top, bottom, front, or back-- i.e. it must be on the left or right side (or both, which is called "bilateral side chaining").

So in Cubase 5- which is the "base of your cube, times 5"- you have to first find the length of a side of the cube you're working with, which ultimately is your monitor horizontal resolution. So for example, a 1366x768 monitor- working with Cubase 5- would be 3840 (i.e. 768*5). So then on the left or right or both sides of 3840, you put a chain.

Pretty simple, really.

Re: the production thread
January 29, 2013 08:15PM
its no different than any other daw.
Re: the production thread
January 30, 2013 03:55PM
Peace wins at Cubase!!
Re: the production thread
January 30, 2013 04:22PM
that's like saying "insert floppy disk and close door",
putting the disk in and getting up and closing the door
to the room in which you are in.
Re: the production thread
February 19, 2013 01:20PM
Re: the production thread
March 07, 2013 02:39PM
i got all my sidechain going now and it's not that special if i'm honest it's good if you use it in subtley or in producing rock music....

got any cool new plugins or fx or owt?

I'm still on cubase 5 and thinking of upgrading!!! ableton 9 looks swish!
Re: the production thread
March 07, 2013 09:24PM
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m||m
ableton 9 looks swish!

It's ok... not much has changed in the main program. New M4L stuff is nice.
Re: the production thread
March 07, 2013 09:38PM
I just bought Ableton, haven't played on it since version 2 and intend to use it to perform rather than produce (I write in Logic mostly)...anyone got any exciting tips?
Re: the production thread
March 07, 2013 11:08PM
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toot!
...anyone got any exciting tips?

Put a donk on it!

Sorry.
Re: the production thread
March 08, 2013 11:05AM
Quote
toot!
I just bought Ableton, haven't played on it since version 2 and intend to use it to perform rather than produce (I write in Logic mostly)...anyone got any exciting tips?
put compressor on a send and send your drums to it for parallel compression, adjust send to suit!
Re: the production thread
March 08, 2013 11:51AM
Live takes a while to get fluid with...depends what you want to do i guess.....i generally only use arrange page like a standard boring daw.....its got mad crazy functions though....years of fun
Re: the production thread
March 08, 2013 11:53AM
This guy has some great tutorials [www.youtube.com]

And this dude got skills [www.youtube.com]

I'll send you some project files from my last album if you like...?
Re: the production thread
March 08, 2013 12:46PM
the guy who recreates the prodigy tracks in ableton.... serious skillz

(probably doesn't have a lot of individuality or anything, but we all have different strengths)



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/08/2013 12:47PM by hardoff.
Re: the production thread
March 08, 2013 03:19PM
Nice one, looks like some interesting stuff to get my teeth into (I'd spied that Tom Cosm guy already, his tutorials seem good and his accent makes me chuckle so I'll definitely be watching more).

I'd be really interested to peak at some of your project files for sure! hello-å†-tootdotcom.çøm
Re: the production thread
March 09, 2013 02:17PM
Ill upload the whole albums files...while take a week but then you can kill em
Re: the production thread
March 11, 2013 11:17AM
Nice juan.
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