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Re: TUNA! LIVES FOREVER

Post by hubb » Thu Mar 19, 2015 3:58 pm

I've turned away from straight accapellas

it's easier making a sample that hasn't been phased and re-phased go in a mix despite it having maybe a piano or something on top.. they are just too dead most of the thyme

i dont care if theres extra drums either :u: :6: in there because I'll just beat them up with my drums - - - - subjective :corndance:
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Post by Aufnahmewindwuschel » Thu Mar 19, 2015 5:07 pm

yeah thats a dif approach def

but for the effects i like to use the driest ,most cleanest and best quali acapella is the best
autotune melodyne all those work better if the sorce is clean
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Post by Samuel_L_Damnson » Thu Mar 19, 2015 6:53 pm

This acaprlla isn't phase inverted its just a recording of a voice ;)
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Post by Aufnahmewindwuschel » Thu Mar 19, 2015 6:56 pm

ah i see yeah no i am talking about real studio acapellas
there are alot of those stolen i asume or given away but you will find alot of real recordings i dont like the selfmade ones either
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Re: TUNA! LIVES FOREVER

Post by hubb » Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:40 pm

Samuel_L_Damnson wrote:This acaprlla isn't phase inverted its just a recording of a voice ;)
most of the internet accapellas that are of the sort of fece invented mp3 variety all sound very good :corncry:
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Post by hubb » Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:45 pm

Aufnahmewindwuschel wrote:yeah thats a dif approach def

but for the effects i like to use the driest ,most cleanest and best quali acapella is the best
autotune melodyne all those work better if the sorce is clean

My angle is more about turning the vox into either another instrument or use it like a form of percussion - so in that sense there could be a benefit to how a prog 'miscalculates' and then you get something other.

All about other for me.
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Post by Samuel_L_Damnson » Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:57 pm

Currently raping this acapella with effects to make it sound weird. Already autotuned it looool
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Post by hubb » Sat Mar 21, 2015 2:10 pm

My mind never ceased to 'think' about this yesterday lol

what i want to say is that vocals are a lot like breaks in like how they are recorded and done stuff to which is totes obvs but...
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Re: TUNA! LIVES FOREVER

Post by Jizz » Sat Mar 21, 2015 4:32 pm

yo hows that collab coming along? :)

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Post by Aufnahmewindwuschel » Sat Mar 21, 2015 5:21 pm

ah yeah we have to start sth :) hm i think we kinda need a direction we all wanna go before we start
thats how i do it like think of sth i wanna hear haha
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Post by hubb » Sat Mar 21, 2015 5:41 pm

i juuuust pm bud

:lol: amazing timing again

i take full responsibility
but my ear is coming around if you can say that

maybe a good idea to start three tracks at once tho
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Re: TUNA! LIVES FOREVER

Post by Jizz » Sat Mar 21, 2015 8:50 pm

no worries, i'll get something started too

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Re: TUNA! LIVES FOREVER

Post by hubb » Sat Mar 21, 2015 10:49 pm

Tutorial
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So I've been thinking of a way to make some subjectively original stuff to get a more three dimensional (sub) bass going.
Thinking that it could be a good idea to re-sample the overtones and place them in a different spot. Try to get some sort of organic distortion.
I wanted to create the sound of a bass cabinet or desk or something reacting and fucking up like it was overdriven by bass. Like extreme 'rattling' but still tonal. You know how you have a good bass sound if the teaspoon rattles in an empty cup placed infront of the monitors - sort of logic.
Now comes the silly.
So to get it really extreme I hung these rythm egg/maraca thingies onto the mic stand and placed a rainstick so it balanced against the mic slightly rattling. And then recorded the sub being played out of the monitors into a live room with all that stuff dangling..+ sizzling cooking sounds from the kitchen. Next was then to highpass most of the sub leaving the overtones and then volume adjust them with the original sub. Like... I wouldn't usually do something as elaborately certifiable as this....all by myself.. but that natural bass phemomenon has just buggered me forever. So this was atleast some crazy way to sort of conceptualize that and it worked :h: . But that was not the point, more like I urge people to go such lenghts because it's fun and I don't think the 'results' can ever dissappoint when you invest X and leave the criteria super vague like that. It sheds some light on why it can't be done at worst- - but then it's probably still a good fx sound.. hmm ..
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Re: TUNA! LIVES FOREVER

Post by Jizz » Sat Mar 21, 2015 11:40 pm

ah yess, that natural distortion :h:
the bass on this thru anything would be great to sample for something like that https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpQM5IQ ... wBhUUL4VFq

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Post by hubb » Sun Mar 22, 2015 1:14 pm

yeah love that bass there
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Re: TUNA! LIVES FOREVER

Post by Aufnahmewindwuschel » Sun Mar 22, 2015 3:03 pm

ok if anybody has sth this week would be cool to send it to me next couple of hours
cause atm i just got tunes from jizz(he sended in three tunes :) though )
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Post by Samuel_L_Damnson » Sun Mar 22, 2015 3:34 pm

ah yea shit
Ill send u this random shitty thing i recorded the other day
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Post by Aufnahmewindwuschel » Sun Mar 22, 2015 6:38 pm

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Post by Samuel_L_Damnson » Tue Mar 24, 2015 6:31 pm

Ill do the feed back soon I swear aha. Been dead busy getting smashed
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Re: TUNA! LIVES FOREVER

Post by nowaysj » Thu Mar 26, 2015 1:29 am

hubb wrote:Tutorial
[+] Spoiler
So I've been thinking of a way to make some subjectively original stuff to get a more three dimensional (sub) bass going.
Thinking that it could be a good idea to re-sample the overtones and place them in a different spot. Try to get some sort of organic distortion.
I wanted to create the sound of a bass cabinet or desk or something reacting and fucking up like it was overdriven by bass. Like extreme 'rattling' but still tonal. You know how you have a good bass sound if the teaspoon rattles in an empty cup placed infront of the monitors - sort of logic.
Now comes the silly.
So to get it really extreme I hung these rythm egg/maraca thingies onto the mic stand and placed a rainstick so it balanced against the mic slightly rattling. And then recorded the sub being played out of the monitors into a live room with all that stuff dangling..+ sizzling cooking sounds from the kitchen. Next was then to highpass most of the sub leaving the overtones and then volume adjust them with the original sub. Like... I wouldn't usually do something as elaborately certifiable as this....all by myself.. but that natural bass phemomenon has just buggered me forever. So this was atleast some crazy way to sort of conceptualize that and it worked :h: . But that was not the point, more like I urge people to go such lenghts because it's fun and I don't think the 'results' can ever dissappoint when you invest X and leave the criteria super vague like that. It sheds some light on why it can't be done at worst- - but then it's probably still a good fx sound.. hmm ..
The best, and not even very elaborate, was an ant running around on a high end LDC. Not what I expected at all. It was more like a tone with a slightly rounded saw wave lfo on it. The legs are so fast, they don't create individual little taps, but there is some kind of larger, slower frequency to the sequence of the moving legs, maybe it is all 6 legs completing their cycle, I don't know.

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