For anyone in the UK efoam.net is a great price for starter foam
When grime/dubstep first hit the scene in the Uk we used to get old reggae drum breaks and layer over the top with hard drum kicks/claps etc then remove the original reggae drum break.
For the bass take one midi note for example i would record just a c note via midi and record it over a full 16 bar drum section then take the long note and splice it up and put each splice on an individual bass vst. Thats how we used to have the complex sounding bass because the splices are triggering different vsts. Every now and then notch a splice up and down a few semitones or octave and add cutoffs fx etc.
People still do it this way but by using full riffs now for drops etc. Not sure if this is useful or whatever or i’m just chatting 0iopio32-# ! lol
I entered a Cypress Hill remix comp and wanted to ask if you could vote for me if you like the track. I’d like to win a signed cypress vinyl. Would be cool!
Wasn’t sure if to ask as i didn’t know if i would be breaking rules but after a search i noticed other people have posted similar in the past.
I’m using adam a7’s, esi near 08, celestion ditton 44’s with a x over using esi near 5’s as tweeters. esi sw10k sub. Behringer 2030as sat unused headphones shure e5c.
Anyone notice the m audio bx monitors? being very similar to the esi near monitors?