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YT: Superior 2.0 tutorial...

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by Ola Englund, Dec 16, 2010.

  1. kylendm

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    I just bought the samples from his site. Are they going to send me an email or something to the download link?

    Awesome tut by the way. :)
     
  2. Ola Englund

    Ola Englund Only gay in the village

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    Email Lasse here with your Paypal email.

    EDIT: ok that's probably the third time I've answered you. I should start reading the names from the senders :D
     
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    May i ask you a question?
    I've readed somewhere an advice about program velocitis around 115 to 126 to get a "real" performance, but never hit 127, only use 127 to acent a hit

    What do you think about it?
     
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    Dexter_prog New Metal Member

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    I do that, but I never use 127, they sound really horrible at 127. Maybe I should experiment more with accenting hits. Are you people using 115-126 for cymbals also?
     
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    I just randomize the whole midi file with reapers piano roll, put everything at 120 and then randomize a couple % depending on the material.
     
  6. Jaymz

    Jaymz Stymphalian Productions

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    I always use 127, otherwise each hit starts to fluctuate too much for my tastes. Or if a whole sections too loud ill bring the velocity down, but all by the same amount. (I speak of Metal Foundry rather than Avatar however)
     
  7. Ola Englund

    Ola Englund Only gay in the village

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    Depends on what part of the drumkit. Some cymbals sound awful at 127. Lowering them to 122 usually does the trick. Same goes with toms. Full on 127 they sound fucked up :D
     
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    Good Stuff Ola!! keep the tutorials comming , they may be a bitch to make , but they are great! and we appreciate the time you put into them ..
     
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    you have checked the velocity functions, right? Because there's one setting that fucks up sounds which I can't remember now
     
  10. Jaymz

    Jaymz Stymphalian Productions

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    Hmm not sure....ive always done it this way and have never had any issues with any fucked up sounds. Although the Avatar kit has more "trashier" cymbals so id no doubt have to ride the velocities more on those.
     
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    Rex Rocker Call me Hugo!

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    That's some killer stuff, Ola! THanks.
     
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    I must be retarded or something.

    I got ApTrigga and the kit but I can't load the TCI files into ApTrigga. When I watch the video Ola has WAV versions. Is there a way I have to convert the TCI to Wav or something? So lost. :|
     
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    Guys, when bouncing, are you enabling bleed on any mic? I always bounce without bleed, is that ok?
     
  14. blacK.eXe

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    .tci is a file format for slate trigger only - if you bought the pack you should have the tci files and the wav´s, too!
     
  15. Ola Englund

    Ola Englund Only gay in the village

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    what this guy said!
     
  16. Nebulous

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    I'm totally going to buy SD2.0 one of these days. You play the MIDI in the DAW then use SD as an VST instrument right?
     
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    That's correct.
     
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    Sweet. Thanks dude.
     
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    Yes, just setup the VST routing the way you want and depending on how you want to achieve MIDI, you can record an electric kit or program them. Whats cool with SD2.0 is that you can route each track/mic to a VST audiio track so that you can do aditional volume adjustments/eq/comp to help it fit your mix as using the mixer in SD2.0 is a pain.
     
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    Sweet cheers.
    I'll probably start off importing MIDI from Guitar Pro.
     

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