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Inner View - Jungle Drums pt2

Postby AshleySmith08 » Thu Jul 16, 2009 4:09 pm

Hi all,

Thought I'd upload a short vid reviewing a preset I've just created. It goes through each channel showing you what effects are used and shows the send routing... I forgot to add the KPI view for each kit piece to show ambient send levels and damping, but give me a shout if you have all the packs for highlighted kit pieces and wish to have the preset. Short audio demo at the end.

I should really buy a USB mic and talk :P

Enjoy!!

http://rapidshare.com/files/256508850/J ... D2.mov.zip

Ash :D

Note: Called it part 2 'cause I uploaded a jungle drum "preset" (part 1) in the preset thread a while back. There's no part 1 movie :oops:
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Postby Rory_FX » Thu Jul 16, 2009 5:12 pm

Really cool, a lovely tight sound you've got there, with some great advanced use of the mixer/fx.

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Postby AshleySmith08 » Thu Jul 16, 2009 5:28 pm

Why thank you kind Sir :D

All the snare's rock when pushed through a comp, but they unfortunately clip. I've just posted an [FR] in hopes Andy can code his "peak clip" button from Glue on the comps in BFD2 :wink:

P.s. I recall someone posted about tamb. grooves a while back? Whomever you are, yes, you can create realistic parts. A trick is to create a send, pan it opposite to the original and place a delay effect on it. Set it to a pleasing rythmical value and EQ to taste. I tend to roll off the high end to emphasize the low end attack of higher velocities, as if one is striking with the palm.

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Postby purtington » Thu Jul 08, 2010 6:09 pm

Good god!!
Really good Ashley,
some day I hope to get that good.
Do you not even use any of your sequencers effects, busses and stuff?
I found my CPU usage seemed higher when I was trying to do it all in BFD.
Steve

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Postby AshleySmith08 » Thu Jul 08, 2010 6:35 pm

Cheers for the praise :D

I've lots of plug-ins in my DAW and use them all the time, I just like getting the most out of what I have to hand and enjoy experimenting.
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