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Week 16 - Cheap Club Mix

By Anon_Buster on April 18, 2020 11:46 pm

I bought Serum and played around with the Trance sound packs to learn a little about them. This is my cheap booty, dirty club, "be careful of the corners because there are 'horners' lurking around to feel you up" mix. It's not worthy of a real club, but it's a little slappy. Having three bass heavy instruments and a kick drum layered with an 808 taught me I don't know how to properly EQ and level. The first kick drum is sloppy. The second kick drum that takes over for the faster parts fits better in the mix because of its innate high frequencies.

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April 23, 2020 2:39 pm

I really enjoyed those mid range arps that played off the Piano melody in the middle.  I also like the crunchiness of that faster drum section.  Well done!

April 25, 2020 2:07 am

Yeah, the middle section of this song has a really great feel to it. Hope you're able to play around more with these sounds in future weeks; it feels like there's still a lot of cool stuff you could do with them.

April 28, 2020 6:36 pm
Tone Matrix wrote:

I really enjoyed those mid range arps that played off the Piano melody in the middle.  I also like the crunchiness of that faster drum section.  Well done!


Thanks. It took me a while to figure out how to make the "arp" sound. I say that because I didn't play a single not during the bars where you hear it. The sound is made from the last note of the previous section with delay, the feedback set to 100% at the start of the next section.

I liked the drum section a lot. It had a neat feel with the beat of the background sound.

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