Renard - NAMx (BOOTY HEAVEN MIX) by renard

Renard - NAMx (BOOTY HEAVEN MIX)

Renard - NAMx (BOOTY HEAVEN MIX)

renard

10 October 2012 at 11:44:48 MDT

another remix of some older work! put a very different spin on this one, experimenting with a lot of fun vocal processing to get kind of a dreamy tone out of the tune.

available in FLAC along with a bunch of other goodies here at whatever price you deem fit: http://lapfox.bandcamp.com/album/reload-x-on-trax-vol-3

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    probably one of my favorites of yours. it was such a change of pace, and i loved it!

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    This tune never fails to cheer me up

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    So I'm curious what your technique is for rapid gating/fluttering. Everyone I've seen describe it just says to bounce what you're working on to a sample and then chop up the regions by hand, but that's ridiculously inefficient and not very musical. You use it pretty liberally so have you figured out something better? Or are you just using something like The Finger?

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      it depends on how complex the patterns are. in this case since it's sample retriggers, it's by hand. in the case of gating a synth pad sample or something i'll sequence a gate in dBlue, though. that said, 90% of the time it's by hand so i have more control over it, and can gate selectively and nonrhythmically (stopping notes on values that aren't 16ths, 32nds, etc)

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      it's worth noting that since i work in a tracker + ACID Pro, most of what i do (minus more melodic synth lines) is often sample-based. here's a couple images of the same thing would work in both instances: tracker: http://cl.ly/image/1u0A281T2R2E ACID: http://cl.ly/image/0C0c2W451k34 (one bar each). in ACID, once i get a gate pattern that i know i'm not gonna change i'll often then render that out and drop it back in as a loop or beatmapped element to make it easier to arrange.

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        Very helpful to know, thanks a lot!

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      it's worth noting that since i work in a tracker + ACID Pro, most of what i do (minus more melodic synth lines) is often sample-based. here's a couple images of the same thing would work in both instances: tracker: http://cl.ly/image/1u0A281T2R2E ACID: http://cl.ly/image/0C0c2W451k34 (one bar each). in ACID, once i get a gate pattern that i know i'm not gonna change i'll often then render that out and drop it back in as a loop or beatmapped element to make it easier to arrange.

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        woah double post neat

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    THIS IS THE SONG OF CHAMPIONS.

    I AM NOW A CHAMPION.

    <3