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Yeh I should've said shakers reallythekuku wrote:Weird, for some reason I don't hear a single hi hat in the tracks you just posted, all I hear is shakers. But yeah, velocity and sidechaining is imported, lots of sidechain in these
Yeah delays work really well for this. Not really related directly to producing but when mixing tunes putting a delay on the high end is a good way to pick up the pace of a track since it delays the high hats of the track.benjaminC wrote:Suprised noones mentioned delay
and re. those videos;
first one just sounds like a loop (not manually programmed) layered with some other stuff
second one is just a lot of lyayers of shakers
personally, i normally do a few layers of frequencies of highs, for a full and shuffley sound. i also normally give everyhting its own little frequency band, obv some overlap is okay but too much and some stuff is just gonna get drowned out and become inaudible to the point that it might as well not even be there
anway ususally i do
5k - 20k : tamborines / hi passed reverb / tape hiss
10k - 3/4k : some shakers n shit
3/4k : onwards - hi hats and that (if im doing house i also like to use a shaker 1 hit detuned minus one octave instead of a hi hat - gotta find the right sample for it though)
also sounds nice and shuffley if u do solid 16th notes of a singel shaker or tamb hit (so its like constant), and then add a flanger to it. i also like to add stereo shaper so the shuffley flange shaker, so it only plays on sides and not mid , and have it kinda low in the mix, for added background shuffle
also shuffle rule #1 is adding a good few additional ghost notes, of varying velocities, including ones that are so small theyre barely audiable. all off grid n shit
u could hyst take the tambourine line from the think break and layer that in
hope that makes sense cos im coicidentally pretty while talking about all these highs
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i tend to use a lot of shakers, some hats, sometimes ill just have a premade loop and add my own hats on top of it
samples which are really good are ones with more than one hit in them, like a shaker hit where it plays 2 hits rather than one, if yoiu use a mix of them and single hits then you can get a nice shuffle.
also knocking things off grid helps but isnt that important imo. you can also set the sample start point in ya sampler a bit later than normal so that its slightly delayed, effectively does the same as knocking em off grid
also good to chop up breaks and use little sections of them for this kinda thing
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