help resampling bass like zomboy

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help resampling bass like zomboy

Post by GROASZNI » Sun May 05, 2013 1:04 am

resampling like zomboy? help??

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Post by PillowFight » Sun May 05, 2013 1:30 am

lol wat
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Post by Coolschmid » Sun May 05, 2013 2:25 am

where??

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Post by ephyks » Sun May 05, 2013 6:39 am

huh?
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Post by mromgwtf » Sun May 05, 2013 8:42 am

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Post by DOK-Cgen » Thu Aug 29, 2013 4:16 am

GROASZNI wrote:resampling like zomboy? help??

He doesn't resample as far as i know of :) I remember back in Feb. 2013 he said he does not resample. Most of his sounds are out of Massive.

One of my friends did something like his style to show that most of his sounds could be in massive, just with the right wavetable's and effects here it is ; https://soundcloud.com/metiri-dubstep/am-i-zomboy-yet


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Post by WolfCryOfficial » Mon Sep 09, 2013 1:26 am

DOK-Cgen wrote:
He doesn't resample as far as i know of :) I remember back in Feb. 2013 he said he does not resample. Most of his sounds are out of Massive.

Fucking right. If you want to spend 15 extra hours you can try to make it in massive.
Its called FM synthesis. You'll have more control over sounds like this. And more ability to create them.

The only reason massive can do it, is because massive has simple FM wave tables. Either way. You can try to make it in massive and spend a good extra day trying to, and have little to no control over the sound, or just use FM.

But wait, too bad FM synthesis actually takes knowledge and skills to get anything good, and not brain dead button mashing like massive.
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Re: help resampling bass like zomboy

Post by Add9 » Mon Sep 09, 2013 2:19 am

maybe i'm being a noob but what is an FM wave table? I thought wavetable and fm synthesis were two different things
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Post by azuk » Mon Sep 09, 2013 2:38 am

Add9 wrote:maybe i'm being a noob but what is an FM wave table? I thought wavetable and fm synthesis were two different things
He's just sayying that Massives wavetables were created by FM.

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Re: help resampling bass like zomboy

Post by GROASZNI » Mon Jan 13, 2014 5:20 pm

he does resample you know , well its a lie that he said that he uses massive or fm8 cause its clearly that he uses sample hes just trying to be cool to say that so ppl will like oh amazing zomboy
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Re: help resampling bass like zomboy

Post by Sure_Fire » Mon Jan 13, 2014 8:47 pm

seriously people? 98% of his basses are definitely achievable in massive. He doesn't resample his basses, he just knows how to process them properly, although they're probably great sounding right out of the synth. Zomboy's strong point is mixing, he's got a good ear, meaning he'd tweak things until they sound good. That's all there is to it really.
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Re: help resampling bass like zomboy

Post by Musick » Mon Jan 13, 2014 11:59 pm

Sure_Fire wrote:seriously people? 98% of his basses are definitely achievable in massive. He doesn't resample his basses, he just knows how to process them properly, although they're probably great sounding right out of the synth. Zomboy's strong point is mixing, he's got a good ear, meaning he'd tweak things until they sound good. That's all there is to it really.
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Re: help resampling bass like zomboy

Post by forbidden » Tue Jan 14, 2014 1:26 am

i can make stupidly fat bro style wobs without resampling, worship me

too bad you'll never hear because i'll never post them or put them in my tunes ever

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Post by Musick » Tue Jan 14, 2014 1:45 am

difference wrote:i can make stupidly fat bro style wobs without resampling, worship me

too bad you'll never hear because i'll never post them or put them in my tunes ever
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Post by counterparty » Tue Jan 14, 2014 2:58 am

WolfCryOfficial wrote:
DOK-Cgen wrote:
He doesn't resample as far as i know of :) I remember back in Feb. 2013 he said he does not resample. Most of his sounds are out of Massive.

Fucking right. If you want to spend 15 extra hours you can try to make it in massive.
Its called FM synthesis. You'll have more control over sounds like this. And more ability to create them.

The only reason massive can do it, is because massive has simple FM wave tables. Either way. You can try to make it in massive and spend a good extra day trying to, and have little to no control over the sound, or just use FM.

But wait, too bad FM synthesis actually takes knowledge and skills to get anything good, and not brain dead button mashing like massive.
Using subtractive synthesis is just as valid as using additive synthesis... there are countless sounds that you would just be an utter fool to attempt to recreate using FM8 (or whatever additive synth you are touting). In theory, you can make the same sounds with either technique... no need to bash producers who do things differently from you, just because you think it is harder to master additive synths eh?
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Re: help resampling bass like zomboy

Post by Sure_Fire » Tue Jan 14, 2014 3:38 am

Musick wrote:
Sure_Fire wrote:seriously people? 98% of his basses are definitely achievable in massive. He doesn't resample his basses, he just knows how to process them properly, although they're probably great sounding right out of the synth. Zomboy's strong point is mixing, he's got a good ear, meaning he'd tweak things until they sound good. That's all there is to it really.
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Yeah I'll probably cop a bit of flak for that, haters be hatin'. The more music I make the more I realise that it's not as complex as it seems. Unless you get into stuff like Noisia and koan sound, where the process to create their basses is actually rather complicated.
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Re: help resampling bass like zomboy

Post by AntidoteWasTaken » Wed Jan 15, 2014 2:31 am

WolfCryOfficial wrote:
DOK-Cgen wrote:
He doesn't resample as far as i know of :) I remember back in Feb. 2013 he said he does not resample. Most of his sounds are out of Massive.

Fucking right. If you want to spend 15 extra hours you can try to make it in massive.
Its called FM synthesis. You'll have more control over sounds like this. And more ability to create them.

The only reason massive can do it, is because massive has simple FM wave tables. Either way. You can try to make it in massive and spend a good extra day trying to, and have little to no control over the sound, or just use FM.

But wait, too bad FM synthesis actually takes knowledge and skills to get anything good, and not brain dead button mashing like massive.
That was painful to read. A 13 year old kid made it in like 10 minutes in massive... lol?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpqJ7LUx ... 6tII8qzALW It's pretty close :P

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Re: help resampling bass like zomboy

Post by metiri » Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:11 pm

Easily massive. Just double notch filter and a band reject filter, then add lfo on the amp. Try digigrain I and II and also crude. There you go.
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Re: help resampling bass like zomboy

Post by Sure_Fire » Thu Jan 16, 2014 11:42 pm

metiri wrote:Easily massive. Just double notch filter and a band reject filter, then add lfo on the amp. Try digigrain I and II and also crude. There you go.
Yeah, if you want to sound like a noob trying to copy Zomboy. There's quite a bit more to it than that.
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