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Re: Jazzy Dubstep (Chord Marauders, Geode, Jafu et al)

Posted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 4:11 am
by travis_baker
if this helps at all, I use the sampler/simpler in ableton a lot....can be very efficient and creative at the same time with these tools. I tend to loop snippets of samples or bounced synthesizer sounds I have made. a lot of layering with jazz samples from vinyl and textured sounds (like white noise, vinyl crackle etc) to get some interesting results when filtered, compressed, distorted together. layer, bounce, mess with it in a preferred sampler and repeat until your happy. :) one other thing I will say, these sort of sounds are easy and sound simple...drums must sound interesting enough on there own before you add any oddly placed detuned stabby synth or what ever.

Re: Jazzy Dubstep (Chord Marauders, Geode, Jafu et al)

Posted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 4:28 pm
by kaili
test_recordings wrote:Is this Trashbat? It's fucking beautiful, must use a lot of recorded instruments, especially the guitar
the sample from this has been bugging me since it came out coz i KNOW ive heard it before i just cant think where from

Re: Jazzy Dubstep (Chord Marauders, Geode, Jafu et al)

Posted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 4:34 pm
by Ray_Bwoan
travis_baker wrote:if this helps at all, I use the sampler/simpler in ableton a lot....can be very efficient and creative at the same time with these tools. I tend to loop snippets of samples or bounced synthesizer sounds I have made. a lot of layering with jazz samples from vinyl and textured sounds (like white noise, vinyl crackle etc) to get some interesting results when filtered, compressed, distorted together. layer, bounce, mess with it in a preferred sampler and repeat until your happy. :) one other thing I will say, these sort of sounds are easy and sound simple...drums must sound interesting enough on there own before you add any oddly placed detuned stabby synth or what ever.
Thanks man love your music !
Would greatly appreciate a video walktrought a project you did in ableton. But then it's probably too much to ask :U:

Re: Jazzy Dubstep (Chord Marauders, Geode, Jafu et al)

Posted: Mon Feb 02, 2015 7:30 am
by travis_baker
Ray_Bwoan wrote:
travis_baker wrote:if this helps at all, I use the sampler/simpler in ableton a lot....can be very efficient and creative at the same time with these tools. I tend to loop snippets of samples or bounced synthesizer sounds I have made. a lot of layering with jazz samples from vinyl and textured sounds (like white noise, vinyl crackle etc) to get some interesting results when filtered, compressed, distorted together. layer, bounce, mess with it in a preferred sampler and repeat until your happy. :) one other thing I will say, these sort of sounds are easy and sound simple...drums must sound interesting enough on there own before you add any oddly placed detuned stabby synth or what ever.
Thanks man love your music !
Would greatly appreciate a video walktrought a project you did in ableton. But then it's probably too much to ask :U:
no worries mate, thanks for the kind words...im not keen on speaking :oops: ... any questions just ask me on here or pm me. if I miss it just keep bugging me until I do. :D

Re: Jazzy Dubstep (Chord Marauders, Geode, Jafu et al)

Posted: Mon Feb 02, 2015 11:06 pm
by apostlebass
travis_baker wrote:drums must sound interesting enough on there own before you add any oddly placed detuned stabby synth or what ever
This this this. Good drums take the track to a whole different level.

Re: Jazzy Dubstep (Chord Marauders, Geode, Jafu et al)

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2015 3:45 pm
by jaydot
Yeah lots of sampling-pitching/time stretching/effecting etc-implemented. Gerwin/Geode/B9 are dons.