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Bustemout
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Re: Massive in Dubstep

Post by Bustemout » Mon Nov 10, 2014 5:35 am

VirtualMark wrote: And saw/square/sine waves aren't overused?
I talk about specific wt :)

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Re: Massive in Dubstep

Post by RKM » Mon Nov 10, 2014 9:30 am

VirtualMark wrote:
Bustemout wrote:
Samuel_L_Damnson wrote:Reason is better
Agree with that. I dont use Massive, because i think that it overused. Especially Scrap Yard, Carbon and Modern Talking wt.
And saw/square/sine waves aren't overused?
uh forgive me. but aren't we a little bit constricted by what sound waves can do...
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Re: Massive in Dubstep

Post by 3za » Mon Nov 10, 2014 9:32 am

RKM wrote:
VirtualMark wrote:
Bustemout wrote:
Samuel_L_Damnson wrote:Reason is better
Agree with that. I dont use Massive, because i think that it overused. Especially Scrap Yard, Carbon and Modern Talking wt.
And saw/square/sine waves aren't overused?
uh forgive me. but aren't we a little bit constricted by what sound waves can do...
They can do anything apart from go back in time, but we're working on that.
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Sure_Fire wrote:By the way does anyone have the stems to make it bun dem? Missed the beatport comp and would very much like the ego booster of saying I remixed Skrillex.

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Re: Massive in Dubstep

Post by 3za » Mon Nov 10, 2014 10:05 am

Just fucking imagine that.

you could send message to your past self in sound, and they would get these voices in their head telling them stuff,but that would influence your future self. So you would be jumping in parallel universes.
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Sure_Fire wrote:By the way does anyone have the stems to make it bun dem? Missed the beatport comp and would very much like the ego booster of saying I remixed Skrillex.

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Re: Massive in Dubstep

Post by 3za » Mon Nov 10, 2014 10:07 am

like myself in 2 years tiemm could tell me to pos this

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Sure_Fire wrote:By the way does anyone have the stems to make it bun dem? Missed the beatport comp and would very much like the ego booster of saying I remixed Skrillex.

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Re: Massive in Dubstep

Post by ThisIsSovereign » Tue Nov 11, 2014 2:55 am

3za wrote:Just fucking imagine that.

you could send message to your past self in sound, and they would get these voices in their head telling them stuff,but that would influence your future self. So you would be jumping in parallel universes.
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Re: Massive in Dubstep

Post by cyclopian » Tue Nov 11, 2014 3:53 am

That's actually much less 'mindblowing' than the actual idea of time travel.

Sound waves are relatively simple displacements of molecules in the air that reach your ear.

The real 'magic' happens when your eardrum picks up those displacements in air molecules and how your brain interprets them

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Re: Massive in Dubstep

Post by VirtualMark » Tue Nov 11, 2014 10:51 pm

RKM wrote:
VirtualMark wrote:
Bustemout wrote:
Samuel_L_Damnson wrote:Reason is better
Agree with that. I dont use Massive, because i think that it overused. Especially Scrap Yard, Carbon and Modern Talking wt.
And saw/square/sine waves aren't overused?
uh forgive me. but aren't we a little bit constricted by what sound waves can do...
I was just pointing out that most things get used a lot, especially the basic waves. I wouldn't worry about Massive being overused, as you can still process a sound and end up with something unique.

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Re: Massive in Dubstep

Post by Banesy » Wed Nov 12, 2014 2:26 am

_Agu_ wrote:
-Your boy Skrillex uses mostly FM8 and has said in one of his interviews that the most of sounds which people think were made in Massive, he made in FM8
So...I didn't want to bring it up but this ties up this troll of a thread. If you dig waaaaay back, Skrillex said that he used Ableton's operator to make some growls. There was actually a post in this forum with a pretty amazing tutorial on how to do it.

Somewhere in here I think....
viewtopic.php?f=8&t=210760

People get so tied up in thinking that the top notch producers are top notch because they are rich and can afford all of the cutting edge plugins and if you don't have them, you can't be good or get signed or whatever. Sorry to say....no, they are not loading up the new Awesomeitizer 2000 plugin and activating the awesomenator button...they actually know their shit and can run circles around everyone with stock tools like operator.


Here we go. This makes me want to get operator.

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Re: Massive in Dubstep

Post by _Agu_ » Sun Nov 16, 2014 3:21 pm

Banesy wrote:
_Agu_ wrote:
-Your boy Skrillex uses mostly FM8 and has said in one of his interviews that the most of sounds which people think were made in Massive, he made in FM8
So...I didn't want to bring it up but this ties up this troll of a thread. If you dig waaaaay back, Skrillex said that he used Ableton's operator to make some growls. There was actually a post in this forum with a pretty amazing tutorial on how to do it.

Somewhere in here I think....
viewtopic.php?f=8&t=210760

People get so tied up in thinking that the top notch producers are top notch because they are rich and can afford all of the cutting edge plugins and if you don't have them, you can't be good or get signed or whatever. Sorry to say....no, they are not loading up the new Awesomeitizer 2000 plugin and activating the awesomenator button...they actually know their shit and can run circles around everyone with stock tools like operator.


Here we go. This makes me want to get operator.
Sorry for late reply, haven't been in dsf for a while. But yeah, I knew he uses Operator, he just didn't give it that much weight in one of the other interviews I read, it confused me a bit.

Way I see it, thing that matters when choosing plugins is the "sound" of it, not actually how many different parameters there is to be automated and how many oscillators you can stack on the top of each other.

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