[TIPS AND TRICKS] Clean and powerful music on the electribes

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Re: [TIPS AND TRICKS] Clean and powerful music on the electribes

Postby Aciphecs on Sun Nov 07, 2010 5:16 am

hseiken wrote:If you want I can try to make a short video showing these techniques and how I use them. Again, these tips are if you plan on using JUST the ESX itself for the entire song in a 'live' situation (i.e. not layered on itself).


Yes that'd be great! I've gotten some really good bass out of my ESX lateely using different methods and tricks found here, but I'm always looking for more!

I have yet to re-sample drums the way you do, but I'm definitely going to try it when I get home now! Makes alot of sense, to free up the effects for other parts.

Thanks for the tips :D
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Re: [TIPS AND TRICKS] Clean and powerful music on the electr

Postby ForestrialYopYow on Mon Dec 19, 2011 12:46 pm

Just figured I would say thanks for the great tips in this thread. I have been working with Electribes for a few years now, and I am just starting to get into the more technical aspects of audio fidelity and mastering. The points brought up in this thread are going to be a great help on the projects I am working on.

Many thanks!
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Re: [TIPS AND TRICKS] Clean and powerful music on the electr

Postby cylo on Mon Dec 10, 2012 6:06 pm

Thanks all this is New to me... :) Great stuff!
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