Return of The King?

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Re: Return of The King?

Postby iosumarti » Mon Jun 10, 2013 7:15 pm

Sorry about this question, but I don find what you are talking about...
This person sampled the riddim and after dub it?

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Re: Return of The King?

Postby DeepVoice Gad » Sun Jun 16, 2013 4:21 pm

Greetings one & all 8)
Thanks for all kind words about my lil mixes & productions.

Indeed all tracks were made by myself using reason 5.
I played and programmed everything myself.
samples used are a few single hit kicks, hats, or snares for drums and a few intros
All other sounds are the stock reason sounds played by myself.
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Re: Return of The King?

Postby iosumarti » Mon Jun 24, 2013 9:40 am

Thank you for coming!
Sorry about not answering before...
Its very interesting to listen how the sound looks "very rootsy"...
-Wich kind of eq. you use in the tracks?
-The Fx? I see two auxes, with a delay and a reverb, but I think, maybe, here also is a Phaser?
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Re: Return of The King?

Postby DeepVoice Gad » Mon Jun 24, 2013 5:45 pm

Yes thats correct
Depends on the song.
Reason 5 has many effects possibility's are endless
I try to keep it simple and traditional
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Re: Return of The King?

Postby iosumarti » Wed Jun 26, 2013 9:32 am

Ok! And normally I assume that you use loops...
When I create music with Ableton Live, If I use short loops, the music result a little bit "repetitive", with no soul...

Trying to change this, this summer I´m going to record our riddims in live style: drum&bass, later guitars...

Do you use short or long loops?
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Re: Return of The King?

Postby DeepVoice Gad » Mon Jul 01, 2013 1:43 am

The length of loops aint the issue, all music is repetitive loops be it live or programmed.
What makes a well produced song seem less repetitive is the variation of the groove or style of the loops.
Drums, bass riffs and all kinds of melody s all need slight variation in its 4 bar and 8 bar loops.
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