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RTFX
03-21-2015, 10:52 PM
In the Drum & Bass genre, you're never done tweaking imho.
So many dynamics....
Anyway, the tweaking had to stop somewhere and here's the result.
Warning! It's a relentless 170bpm :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r27yaIW_fVg

RTFX
03-30-2015, 08:57 AM
Besides YouTube, you can also check out 'Bane' on Soundcloud.
If you do, thanks for listening!
If you don't, well...... :p
https://soundcloud.com/rtfx/rtfx-bane

Osmose
04-01-2015, 09:51 PM
I'd say bring some element drowning reverb in there (get it nice and spacious; be carefull though <-- eq is youre friend) and experiment with some distortion ;) Drums could do with quite a bit more "sharpness"

RTFX
04-02-2015, 08:01 AM
I'd say bring some element drowning reverb in there (get it nice and spacious; be carefull though <-- eq is youre friend) and experiment with some distortion ;) Drums could do with quite a bit more "sharpness"
...never done tweaking...
Let's say you'd remix 'Bane', where would you apply drowning reverb (is that a preset on rv7000?) and distortion?

Osmose
04-02-2015, 11:56 AM
ye well, pieces are never done i suppose :P

I'd add alot more reverb to the pads to make them more spacious. And do some verbing on more elements aswell is suppose.
I'd probably add distortion to just about everything, some subtle some less subtle.

Distortion is a great tool for scoping your sounds to make them more rich in texture. Doing the more subtle tweaks on alot of elements result in a real nice warm factor in the stereo out, cause it sums up all the subtelties and make it really noticable in the end ;)

And no it isn't so much of a reverb preset, more a way of describing what takes place :P
Lot's of reverb can really add space to youre mix cause it biggens the contrast of space (3d mixing)
Long attack elements can usually get a away with lots of reverb. The only downside with lots of reverb is that it takes up alot of space/room in youre mix aswell, so it takes some carefull tweaking on full tracks.

RTFX
04-02-2015, 07:00 PM
ye well, pieces are never done i suppose :P

I'd add alot more reverb to the pads to make them more spacious. And do some verbing on more elements aswell is suppose.
I'd probably add distortion to just about everything, some subtle some less subtle.

Distortion is a great tool for scoping your sounds to make them more rich in texture. Doing the more subtle tweaks on alot of elements result in a real nice warm factor in the stereo out, cause it sums up all the subtelties and make it really noticable in the end ;)

And no it isn't so much of a reverb preset, more a way of describing what takes place :P
Lot's of reverb can really add space to youre mix cause it biggens the contrast of space (3d mixing)
Long attack elements can usually get a away with lots of reverb. The only downside with lots of reverb is that it takes up alot of space/room in youre mix aswell, so it takes some carefull tweaking on full tracks.

Thnx for you valuable feedback Osmose.
Still dunno what you mean by element drowning reverb.
Since it sounds interesting, you have a before-after example or should I just Google/YouTube it?

Osmose
04-02-2015, 10:21 PM
Drowning something reverb --> Lots of fry/wet en decay (iets verzuipen maw veel reverb)

Dont really have a before after example, but i could go and create one

RTFX
04-03-2015, 06:43 AM
Drowning something reverb --> Lots of fry/wet en decay (iets verzuipen maw veel reverb)

Dont really have a before after example, but i could go and create one

Roger!
Thnx