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Legendary Steven Slate Kick 10 sample

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by OneDaySky, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. SocialNumb

    SocialNumb Damn Christians!

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    hahahahaha I'm dying here. Great advice!
     
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    Please god don't make me have to explain it ....
     
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    Tommy Gun ...might be drunk.

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    dcb nerd

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    try to boost @ 20 hz + 20 db and @20khz + 20 db with your stock sx 3 eqs. sounds huge!!
     
  5. kev

    kev Im guybrush threepwood

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    Evil bastards haha
     
  6. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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    I was dying while typing it.
     
  7. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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    I got to say this is even better advice. Run the kick through a tubescreamer while your at it!!!!! :headbang:
     
  8. SocialNumb

    SocialNumb Damn Christians!

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    RedDog Humanoid typhoon

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    And don't forget to mult the kick, highpass at 500, add a flanger with a slow LFO and compress to taste. Really brings out the click in your kicks and gives it real breathing space.
     
  10. RattyFiend

    RattyFiend bree blargh reeeeee

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    Like Kermit's asshole.
     
  11. setyouranchor

    setyouranchor Celestial Recordings

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    What the fuck is a kick?
     
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    One method used to awaken from a dream is called a "kick", which is the sensation of falling, hitting water, or a sharp jolt that can startle the sleeper awake. It startles the dreamer out of their sleep.
    A kick is usually performed on one's sleeping body, not one's body within a dream; however, it is necessary to perform a kick within Limbo in order to wake up.

    However, in order to wake a sleeper when using a sedative that allows shared dreaming within multiple-level dreams, only synchronized kicks can create enough impact to wake a sleeper.
    Synchronized kicks require the sleeper to experience a kick on all dream levels where their body is sleeping. When dreaming three or four levels deep, it becomes increasingly difficult to synchronize kicks, and requires significant planning.
    Although, due to the time-dilation caused by dreaming multiple levels deep, a kick that occurs instantaneously in a higher level will last longer in a lower level, thereby making it easier to synchronize a kick.

    Playing a musical cue in the ears of a sleeper is an effective way to warn one of an incoming kick and coordinate multiple kicks.
    Source
     
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    DanLights Santa Hat Forever

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    Thread title says it, fucking Legendary it is. Plankis, that was awesome hahaha
     
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    I wouldn't call it legendary, but this kick is definitely industry standard.
     
  15. setyouranchor

    setyouranchor Celestial Recordings

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    I was waiting for this hahahha
     
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    Come on guise, Kick 10 really has the boom! This guy only wants to know how do mix drums.
     
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    thread is full of win
     
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    lmfao
     
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    omg! ...what is happening right now? :lol:


    this thread is killing me!
     
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