Percussion is another thread altogether, but yes. The Modsynth can do all that.
Dude the only thing that seems to be different about me and you, in terms of the short term bio, is I whent with FL instead of abortion. That was only because fl studio was the only software to my knowledge at the time, that was geared towards electronic music productions. One trip to tpb after five years and I started creating. It seemed like I had advanced a couple steps ahead rather then battle a learning curve. Of coarse there was the ever so popular, "what's this knob do?" experience but it was very minimal. It probably had a lot to do with image lines advances over the years that I was on hiatus. Stability was the one thing I noticed about abortion 8, during the short time I demoed it. I agree with you on sticking with what you know. To expand on that, I think that most daws are capable to provide you the tools to implement your music production, given they have the appropriate specs that cater to what ever form of recording you use e.g midi or live instruments. It all just depends on your knowledge and comfort level of the program. With that said, I believe that ableton and FL are programmed to be more suitable for producing edm. I wouldn't want to attempt making edm in pro tools. I could be wrong, yet that's my current perception.
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You could make edm in pro tools but would be using vst's for every track. Pro tools is really designed for large track counts like recording a band, orchestra etc... There is a reason almost every commercial studio uses it. But yeah man, just stick with FL, I was messing around with studio one the other day and while it is a very stable program it has a few oddities I didn't like. I just dont have the patience/time to learn a new DAW.
Excuse me, but i need two make another thread about my comment on this mod-drums. I clearly need two separate my thoughts from what i originally thought. ((( this after listening two the mod drums. )))
Yep. When I was in a band in San Diego, pro tools was all we used. Naturally I took the reins begins the consul. Therefore I became pretty knowledgeable and comfortable with its workflow. Having a complex midi based song operating in pro tools sounds like a head ache. Plus I can't stand the ilock functionality integrated into pro tools. To each their own though. As you previously mentioned, I've already invested into fl. Fl studio is damn near 500 bucks for the producer pack and I couldn't see myself making money with a cracked version so I bit the bullet. That was definitely a two packs of cigarettes day. Thanks for the advice mekanism. I appreciate your time.
Nice one....... Unique and fun presentation
One morning... (This morning)
Not sure what I feel...
Then I played with my old file and...
Then, here's a modular of it.
Hey all, this has been a very interesting thread read. Haha. Quick question....I'm trying to watch the neuro bass tutorial and was wondering where the presets that te template is referring to are located? Lol, thanks.
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Modular Parameter Image: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2pvu37ojblpgqim/Dubstep%20Laboratory%20Modular...
Ever tried running a PCM bassline through a modular slave with a sub oscillator & fm generator? Maybe a few special effects too.
Really, with that, any bassline works.
Same settings, with a little refinement, and samples. One drum kit swap and another added.
But, that sub oscillator works beautifully!
Good stuff here, I see wheels turning in peoples' heads here..... great thread
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Yesterday, the modular preset I wired for this song was uploaded.