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    D_ni
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    Small tip i find useful when working on tracks is put a hi-pass filter on the master channel, MIDI assign it to a free parameter you might have on a controller, keys, mix desk etc. you can then sweep through the frequencies of your mix. i find it helps with ear fatigue, especially if all your hearing is boom boom boom all day.

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    DaftFader
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    @d_ni 456085 wrote:

    Small tip i find useful when working on tracks is put a hi-pass filter on the master channel, MIDI assign it to a free parameter you might have on a controller, keys, mix desk etc. you can then sweep through the frequencies of your mix. i find it helps with ear fatigue, especially if all your hearing is boom boom boom all day.

    What reason do you need to sweep thru the frequencies?

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    D_ni
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    I find helps me hear what certain intrument/samples are sitting around in the mix & what could be tweaked more or less via EQ or whatever.

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    Clusterfrog
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    Logic space designer is a very nice reverb. Shame it’s logic only

    I’ve been using a Lexicon for about 6 months. Definately sounds a lot ‘warmer’ than anything I’ve used before. It’s a bit of a pain though having to go out to hardware and back. It’s got a VST front end though which is nice.

    #1244461
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    Clusterfrog
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    I’ve spent over £300 on sampler instruments this month :S need to stop spending money.

    #1244478
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    D_ni
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    On topic of VST’s anyone know of a moog synth for mac?

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    Clusterfrog
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    If you really want kick ass synths with software alone you need to learn Reaktor

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    D_ni
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    @clusterfrog 456359 wrote:

    If you really want kick ass synths with software alone you need to learn Reaktor

    need to look into that, mucked about with it few years ago. pretty good. NI always make nice synths…have found ”aturia modular moog” pretty sound.

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    Clusterfrog
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    @d_ni 456362 wrote:

    need to look into that, mucked about with it few years ago. pretty good. NI always make nice synths…have found ”aturia modular moog” pretty sound.

    It lets you effectively build your own synth, infinitely customisable.

    All the synths on this track are done with Reaktor, my jaw hit the flaw when I found out

    [yt]vEMULOb_qhw[/yt]

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    dubstep_joe
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    I love sytrus… 😀 Just my 3 cents.

    #1244413
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    Techno Viking
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    BUMP

    #1244470
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    Matt
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    Cant believe my nooby post from about 10 months is now a stickey! 😎

    Just little update with how ive been getting on for anyone who cares, cheers for the help when i started out aswell.

    I tryed out ableton and reason, however i didnt like reason as you couldnt use vst’s. So since then ive been working soley in ableton 8 and have been making dnb for about 9 months now. I have a shitty soundcard in my laptop and about £30 surround sound speakers as monitors :yakk: means i have to refenrce a shit load on other systems. I havent made anything too special yet ill try and get some clips up tommorow of some work, been trying to make something abit orginal and organic tho and not sound like everyman and his dog. I just wish i had the money to get decent mointors, sound proof my room and get a hardware synth/emu sampler!

    PS: Making music is so much fun.

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    johnson01
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    hello friends,
    music is very important in our life, so enjoy it.:alcoholic

    #1244430
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    cheeseweasel
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    Go stick a goose up your arse.

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    The Psyentist
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    @cheeseweasel 543845 wrote:

    Go stick a goose up your arse.

    You don’t think they’re a spammer too by any chance do you lol

    #1244431
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    cheeseweasel
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    @The Psyentist 543847 wrote:

    You don’t think they’re a spammer too by any chance do you lol

    I just fucking really hate music…

    #1244408
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    Anonymous

    I can’t say I know anything about this topic unfortunately, if I’m honest I’m not sure what I’m doing here at all. 🙂

    #1244409
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    Anonymous

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    General Lighting
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    you want dvd? or buy goose duck?

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    MC G-Tek
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    @General Lighting 552819 wrote:

    you want dvd? or buy goose duck?

    LOL!

    #1244485
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    tymeworkbeats
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    There’s no turning back now

    #1244444
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    DaftFader
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    @General Lighting 552819 wrote:

    you want dvd? or buy goose duck?

    :laugh_at:

    #1244410
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    Anonymous

    Does anyone know if Reason 7 installs on Microsoft Vista..
    Propellerheads.se only says Windows 7 for the PC version ??

    #1244411
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    Anonymous

    Really wish somebody could help me with this
    Phoning Sweden could cost quite a bit

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    Dr Bunsen
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    How about compatibility mode?

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