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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1650 on: Jul 28th, 2009, 2:46pm »

who gives a shit about midi, circuit bend that bitch...
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1651 on: Jul 28th, 2009, 3:03pm »

pff.OSC is where its at...and old ass cv/gate sequencers
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1652 on: Jul 28th, 2009, 9:22pm »

So i'm djing this party on sunday at my friends. I'm gonna set up in the living room and run one sound system inside and another set of speakers out in the backyard. The mixer i'm using only has one set of RCA plugs (white, red). My question is, when i split the signal in two using the adapter below, will the audio signal have half the volume? Or will the draw by the two systems be a function of the impedance of the two different power amps? (is this a real problem, realistically will it be half as loud on both systems?)
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1653 on: Jul 29th, 2009, 05:20am »

on Jul 28th, 2009, 09:27am, slyman wrote:
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1654 on: Jul 31st, 2009, 10:46pm »

on Jul 20th, 2009, 10:29pm, shaemus wrote:
hey guys,
this is my first post and feel free to just point me in the right direction.
I wanna make some sweet tunes but i dont know if i have the skill musically to be able to produce the types of sounds that i would like to be able to. some synths i have messed around with just seem unable to produce the distortion,.. ect., that you get from Justice and MSTRKRFT. is there any way to see if i have the skill to do what i want without outlaying money? thanks and any help would be great.


Because its not straight forward, synthesis is something that takes a couple weeks / months of hard practice to know whats going on, only then can you create sounds.

Alot of people use multiple synthesizers to get a wide / phat sound man.

Learn your synthesis, there is a guide on these forums.

dont expect anything to sound decent in a day.

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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1655 on: Aug 1st, 2009, 1:51pm »

how would i go about tuning my drum samples
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1656 on: Aug 1st, 2009, 3:32pm »

Here is something I was considering today whilst watching trains roll by:

In all technicality, wouldn't it be easier to beat match songs that are at a slower tempo than a faster tempo?

For example, wouldn't a beatmaching dubstep song circa 70-80 bpms (pending on how you view it) be easier to match to another song of a similar tempo than an uptempo dance tune (circa 130 bpm) to another?

Am I wrong here? I have too much free time.
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1657 on: Aug 1st, 2009, 5:12pm »

on Aug 1st, 2009, 3:32pm, Mewithouttwo wrote:
Here is something I was considering today whilst watching trains roll by:

In all technicality, wouldn't it be easier to beat match songs that are at a slower tempo than a faster tempo?

For example, wouldn't a beatmaching dubstep song circa 70-80 bpms (pending on how you view it) be easier to match to another song of a similar tempo than an uptempo dance tune (circa 130 bpm) to another?

Am I wrong here? I have too much free time.


i think ease of beatmatching has more to do with how busy the drums in a track are, and how long the drum 'phrases' take to repeat. I find dance music, '4 on the floor' to be the easiest to beatmatch. As soon as you hear the railroading "thump thump" you know its off beat. With jungle and dub i find it harder to tell when somethings off beat.
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1658 on: Aug 1st, 2009, 5:35pm »

on Aug 1st, 2009, 1:51pm, slyman wrote:
how would i go about tuning my drum samples


what program are you using?
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1659 on: Aug 1st, 2009, 5:36pm »

on Aug 1st, 2009, 1:51pm, slyman wrote:
how would i go about tuning my drum samples


this should help you

http://www.harmony-central.com/articles/tips/better_drum_sounds/
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« Reply #1660 on: Aug 1st, 2009, 6:32pm »

on Aug 1st, 2009, 5:12pm, gavinmac wrote:
i think ease of beatmatching has more to do with how busy the drums in a track are, and how long the drum 'phrases' take to repeat. I find dance music, '4 on the floor' to be the easiest to beatmatch. As soon as you hear the railroading "thump thump" you know its off beat. With jungle and dub i find it harder to tell when somethings off beat.


I'm not necessarily referring to genre wise-I merely used that as an example.

I am in no way saying that Dj's of either genre have it more/less difficult than the next-I'm just wondering if in theory if you had the said "4 on the floor" going at 70 bpm it'd be easier to beatmatch it with another similar song that "4 on the floor" at 130 bpm.
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1661 on: Aug 2nd, 2009, 09:59am »

on Aug 1st, 2009, 6:32pm, Mewithouttwo wrote:
I'm not necessarily referring to genre wise-I merely used that as an example.

I am in no way saying that Dj's of either genre have it more/less difficult than the next-I'm just wondering if in theory if you had the said "4 on the floor" going at 70 bpm it'd be easier to beatmatch it with another similar song that "4 on the floor" at 130 bpm.


just match your snares up and youre golden

and of course it would be easier at a slower tempo, youve got more time to make adjustments in between beats
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1662 on: Aug 2nd, 2009, 10:14am »

on Aug 1st, 2009, 3:32pm, Mewithouttwo wrote:
Here is something I was considering today whilst watching trains roll by:

In all technicality, wouldn't it be easier to beat match songs that are at a slower tempo than a faster tempo?

For example, wouldn't a beatmaching dubstep song circa 70-80 bpms (pending on how you view it) be easier to match to another song of a similar tempo than an uptempo dance tune (circa 130 bpm) to another?

Am I wrong here? I have too much free time.

I would say that beatmatching Dubstep would be a litttle more difficult than Uptempo Dance music.
Well, to be honest, beatmatching isn't very difficult; it's dropping the next track right after to followthrough
with it's unique dynamics as to not conflict with the afore tracks dynamics. Although I find it difficult to
get Dubstep tracks to be compatible as far as rhythm. And as a side note, alot of Dubstep producers
make their tracks at 140 and not 70 but it's not standard. Just has to do with the LFO timing for the
wobbles which is why I set mine to 140. Gavin is right IMO and Taylor's got a good point.
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1663 on: Aug 2nd, 2009, 1:55pm »

http://hypem.com/search/butterflinger/

click that link and listen to a track thats the future of electronic music. its a new genre.

click the heart next to the track also.

Mod Edit: The link was screwed up. Fixed.
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Re: Making Electronic Music
« Reply #1664 on: Aug 2nd, 2009, 2:13pm »

on Aug 2nd, 2009, 1:55pm, fuzzynaval wrote:
click that link and listen to a track thats the future of electronic music. its a new genre.

Side chain compression. Synth distortion. Sped that bitch up to 130 bpm from 120 bpm. Sounds like Electro to me/
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