I used caustic to make the loops and audio evolution to sequence them, because caustic pattern editor only allows you to space patterns a bar apart. so this is what I came up with in the past 2 hours. I remember hearing the melody somewhere so I put it in here for practice purposes I heard it a long time ago and messed with it a bit but have no clue where it came from.
Fri, 10/17/2014 - 01:16#1
using audio evolution and caustic together
I have no clue. I do like your idea.
What do you mean that Caustic only spaces pattern one bar apart?
Nice synth DB. I was thinking the same as Jason though - you do realise if you long-press the note (grid) icon within the pattern editor you can expand the measures/bars up x8. Also, you have the main sequencer piano roll which gives you an infinite length of measures/bars.
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The melody sounds like its from some dubstep track I heard like 3 years ago (2010), with some guy speaking on top.
Where did you get the synth samples?
Did you mean in audio evolution you can sequencer patterns LESS then one measure?
Surely he means that he wants to have gaps of less than a bar between patterns?
Sudden spaces and gaps can sound amazing - they add drama...but you may want to bring the patterns back in after 8 measures not 16, 16 measures is long time unless you have really long delay/reverb tails on the patterns before the gap.
James has it correct that's exactly what I need to do like I could space half a bar and put a half bar sample in between them and I make the samples using caustic Subsynth to do a base lead then audio evolution to fx and I use a dj turntable to.rd also it takes forever to make the screech and the kicks are allot easier to make but yeah I makes everything you hear there
"here's one I made earlier" - a short-ish track that has 10 or 11 single bar gaps.
Some of the gaps have a bar from a machine with a note or two in it but really most of the gaps are bridged by long delay tails in the patterns before the gaps.
It would be great to be able to experiment and try bringing the patterns back in after 8 measures, or even an odd number
...and my track (140bpm) sounds so slow after listening to Dragonborn's!
Mines at 150
Here's the song now
I remember where the melody came from it was bojaroo he made it a long time ago druan95 reminded me where it was from
from the Happy Hardcore/Hardstyle track he made as a one off?
No it was his first hardstyle attempt trying hard
I've been doing this for some time. It's definitely a good way to expand on your track. I also enjoy tracking from caustic straight to FL and expanding the sound to achieve a more polished, louder, studio sound. The possibilities are endless.