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Posted: Fri Dec 17, 2010 8:09 pm
by madpilot
can you explain this layer talking?
i do not follow :bangin

Posted: Sat Dec 18, 2010 3:59 pm
by Plasma Force
i think what he means is layering kicks upon each other then shaping them with other plugins afterward. I do this most often times but not all kicks need to be layered to be big on the low end.

If you use FL 9, try using the fruity kick (amp decay knob about 2 o clock) along with Bazzism :P sounds kinda nice

Posted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 9:43 am
by madpilot
ok fx like i do sometimes, divide my kick into two or three. or just adding an extra sharpening with a kick on top lowcut at 400 hz or just having an extra lowpower and hicutting the extra kick at 50 hz

Posted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 7:53 pm
by psilopsyben
sorry to bring up a couple month old thread, but I was just going through some I haven't read. I think a mod should remove that last link Plasma Force put up. Bassizm is not free, and that is a link to a cracked version. Sharing may be good karma, and I'm all about "trying before you buy", but posting a link to cracked software on a public forum is like a death nail to the forum. Keep that shit to private messages.

Posted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 8:15 pm
by Wic|{ed
psilopsyben wrote:sorry to bring up a couple month old thread, but I was just going through some I haven't read. I think a mod should remove that last link Plasma Force put up. Bassizm is not free, and that is a link to a cracked version. Sharing may be good karma, and I'm all about "trying before you buy", but posting a link to cracked software on a public forum is like a death nail to the forum. Keep that shit to private messages.
you're absolutely right ;) thank you for that psilopsyben

Posted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 7:30 am
by Mandari
i get really sad when ppl choose the way of an artist but steal software that costs just a few bucks. bazzism is FAR to cheap and sure second that. link to cracked software (DAMN 20€, cmon, you gonna use it a lot! :( ) is way to far imao.

the guy who invented that thingy saved some noobs out there a lot of time for no money which should be well respected. you had to spend a lot of time otherwise about reading how to synthesize a kickdrum from scratch. btw you will only know how to get better results than bazzism if you know what its doing ;)

buy the soft u use! share the cost, but damnin buy it.

be smartass, not dumbass, ableton i.e. is like a few bucks with 5 ppl sharing the costs! pm me for further information. i hope theres no need to get in details here ^^

boOM stephan

Posted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 11:42 pm
by craic addict
http://www.amvst.com/node/17

KIcklab XL. Freeware.

Posted: Fri Mar 25, 2011 8:31 pm
by maartenvandijk303
nice one thanks for this

Posted: Sat Mar 26, 2011 10:17 pm
by Cinder
Mandari wrote:i get really sad when ppl choose the way of an artist but steal software that costs just a few bucks. bazzism is FAR to cheap and sure second that. link to cracked software (DAMN 20€, cmon, you gonna use it a lot! :( ) is way to far imao.

the guy who invented that thingy saved some noobs out there a lot of time for no money which should be well respected. you had to spend a lot of time otherwise about reading how to synthesize a kickdrum from scratch. btw you will only know how to get better results than bazzism if you know what its doing ;)

buy the soft u use! share the cost, but damnin buy it.

be smartass, not dumbass, ableton i.e. is like a few bucks with 5 ppl sharing the costs! pm me for further information. i hope theres no need to get in details here ^^

boOM stephan
cheers man!

Posted: Sat Mar 26, 2011 10:17 pm
by Cinder
Mandari wrote:i get really sad when ppl choose the way of an artist but steal software that costs just a few bucks. bazzism is FAR to cheap and sure second that. link to cracked software (DAMN 20€, cmon, you gonna use it a lot! :( ) is way to far imao.

the guy who invented that thingy saved some noobs out there a lot of time for no money which should be well respected. you had to spend a lot of time otherwise about reading how to synthesize a kickdrum from scratch. btw you will only know how to get better results than bazzism if you know what its doing ;)

buy the soft u use! share the cost, but damnin buy it.

be smartass, not dumbass, ableton i.e. is like a few bucks with 5 ppl sharing the costs! pm me for further information. i hope theres no need to get in details here ^^

boOM stephan
cheers man!

Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:23 am
by Lfosex
Take for example the best 3 kicks you've done, and take the one with best lows, eq out everything except the lows, and you do the same with the other two kicks but you take the mids, and highs.. And then you put them together
into a new kick, but i recommend you to do this in a editing software such as Wavelab, Sound Forge, Izotope RX or Audacity, That way you can avoid clicks and pops due to Zero Crossing, The very beginning in a kick Highs, then mids and after comes lows, so you copy for example the very beginning from a kick remove from another and pase it there.. Now what you've got is new highs on kick with the same mids and lows.. Just be creative and have fun..

Hope ive cleared out about what i mean with layering :)
Feel free to ask questions

Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 5:04 pm
by mudpeople
Renoise allows more than one instrument to be loaded into each instrument slot which is really cool. VSTi included. Havent experimented with that sort fo thing yet, tho...

Personally I usually dont make my own kicks, ive got a sample set, which i think i got from here idk, with a good selection, just add envelopes, stamps, mail to Santa.

I guess my feelig is that its not too important that it be something i made myself, whats important to me is makin choonz. Idk ive made kicks that i like before, Ill probably get around to making mroe...

Posted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 11:26 pm
by Plasma Force
Joe: is there any way the Renoise team would deliver vstis within Renoise?
kinda like NI Reactor maybe...

Re: Good kicks?

Posted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:57 am
by JGBVI
Anyone have any good kick packs? I've found some, and I've tried making some with bassizm, but they just aint dynamic enough for me... They seem kinda flat, and I can seem to get a good sharp punch through the high end

Re: Good kicks?

Posted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 7:59 am
by Zero-Blade
JGBVI wrote:Anyone have any good kick packs? I've found some, and I've tried making some with bassizm, but they just aint dynamic enough for me... They seem kinda flat, and I can seem to get a good sharp punch through the high end
Search for DjN - Pro Samples, it's a 11,6 GB library with tons of samples and instruments. It offers a huge variety of kicks and percussion.

Or if you just want kicks, get Faxi Nadu's kick pack. Or just search for "kick pack" or "sample pack" on google or torrents.