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Post by random trio » Fri Jun 16, 2006 11:41 am

ether wrote:hmmm...

and the bets are,

2/1 Skream-Reason- no
5/1 Vex'd-Cubase Sx- not sure
3/1 Mystics-Reason- no
7/1 Envoy- Logic- not sure
10/1 Kode 9-Cubase - no
6/1 Distance-Logic- no
1/1 Ether-a broken plastic trumpet.

any takers?

2/1 Skream-Reason- no he uses fruity
5/1 Vex'd-Cubase Sx- not sure
3/1 Mystics-Reason- not any more.logic
7/1 Envoy- Logic- not sure
10/1 Kode 9-Cubase - no, logic
6/1 Distance-Logic- no,cubase

im sure they wont mind peeps knowing.

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Post by ether » Fri Jun 16, 2006 12:21 pm

oh well...i'll do my homework next time. there-goes a career at ladbrokes...

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Post by robotic » Fri Jun 16, 2006 12:53 pm

Joseph-J wrote:
robotic wrote:hey i heard that some happening grime beats have been made on the playstation! don't knock ps2.... :wink:
Yeah... have you actually heard them though?
not knowingly, no. was more of a joke, anyhow. :wink: all good tho... been said many times that it's not the tools that do the work.

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Post by antilynd » Fri Jun 16, 2006 12:53 pm

Boxcutter - Ableton Live ???

C'mon, someone's GOTTA use live 8)

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Post by clarkycatdealer » Fri Jun 16, 2006 9:52 pm

i think elemental uses live


i agree its not really that an important a deal - if you can make tight beats and melodies - then you can do it on any program really - it all comes out of your head and the sequencer is just like the pen and paper ... when i first started with this whole tuneage business alot of stuff people were saying really got me thinking that all these different programs were totally different but really its all just midi sequencing so the only real variables are built in fx and pulg ins to an extent [save ableton,tho sonar and other progs are introducing the more loop based method]... big up skream for the stuff that man does on floops though!!

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Post by a_k47 » Sun Jun 18, 2006 6:31 am

7/1 Envoy- Logic- SORRY MATE HE USING REASON 3.O
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Post by random trio » Sun Jun 18, 2006 6:15 pm

ether wrote:oh well...i'll do my homework next time. there-goes a career at ladbrokes...
lol.

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Post by gravious » Mon Jun 19, 2006 1:19 am

D1 - Reason

I reckons anyway. I know those reason style sounds...

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Post by techmouse » Mon Jun 19, 2006 5:01 pm

Burial - SoundForge... the mad, mad genius.
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Post by optimum » Tue Jun 20, 2006 9:52 pm

gravious Posted: Mon Jun 19, 2006 1:19 am Post subject:

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D1 - Reason

I reckons anyway. I know those reason style sounds

D1 - def must be Fruity, surely? Sounds like it to me anyways...

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Post by frostyljd » Wed Jun 21, 2006 12:11 am

not sure what D1 uses but ill guess that hes got a hardware mixer, could be wrong.



skream-fuity loops and logic

loafah-logic

i reckon d1 uses logic- some of his sounds are sitting in logic suynths

hmm, i thought it would be more varied like lots of programs going on

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Post by frostyljd » Wed Jun 21, 2006 12:13 am

NEW QUESTOIN

Whos got hardware..

MWAHAHAHA

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Post by skrapes » Thu Jun 22, 2006 8:57 am

Excision wrote:buy a sequencer (cubase, logic, fruity loops anything)

lock yourself in your room, make music, eat.... and try not to go crazy
lol. Easier said than done. An hour of programming drums makes my head cave in. Trying to learn Cubase from scratch is numbing to say the least.
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Post by techmouse » Thu Jun 22, 2006 9:18 am

Skrapes wrote:lol. Easier said than done. An hour of programming drums makes my head cave in. Trying to learn Cubase from scratch is numbing to say the least.
You learn to love it...
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Post by skrapes » Thu Jun 22, 2006 9:24 am

TechMouse wrote:
Skrapes wrote:lol. Easier said than done. An hour of programming drums makes my head cave in. Trying to learn Cubase from scratch is numbing to say the least.
You learn to love it...
Probablly will when it comes more naturally. At the beginning, everything is hard work. Like mixing, once it's second nature, you can enjoy it a lot more.
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Post by j_j » Thu Jun 22, 2006 9:28 am

first program i played with was Orion .,.i loved it..u can sample shit in and it has fx..a mini sequencer..its enuff ..i think its freeware actually.

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Post by subzer » Thu Jun 22, 2006 11:14 am

J_J wrote:first program i played with was Orion .,.i loved it..u can sample shit in and it has fx..a mini sequencer..its enuff ..i think its freeware actually.
not sure if we're talking bout the same Orion... but i still work on it, orion platinum that is... better than reason imo, got also the WASP from FL (it's nasty) and you're able to use VSTi and DXi... anyhow this is not freeware

concerning the topic, think mastering of the choons is the key of a phat sound, although your source has to be clean!!!

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Post by frostyljd » Sun Jun 25, 2006 8:10 pm

To the guy using cubase

this is a good tip i think
what ever music your trying to make, you need to copy it to a certain extent, so have some music playing on your computer, stop it, make a beat layer, go back to the song see what theyve done, go back change the sound pattern whatever.

earlier today i was listening to a chune and i listented to the hi-hat and whilst the tune was on i programmed the hi-hat that i could hear almost within 1 minute or so and altho it was slightly different it was still good and better than spending ages trying to do it in silence

you also gotta realise theat there are often multiple sounds (usually no more than three) layered on top of each other to give more depth-u need to do this if you want a deep drum beat,

focus hard on drum beats, do some drugs or something, get into it, then focus bass, bass has layers occasionally and theres also no rules so do whatever makes you happy

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Post by frostyljd » Sun Jun 25, 2006 8:11 pm

+so who uses hardware hhmmmm??

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Post by ramadanman » Sun Jun 25, 2006 9:11 pm

J_J wrote:first program i played with was Orion .,.i loved it..u can sample shit in and it has fx..a mini sequencer..its enuff ..i think its freeware actually.
yes! orion crew!

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