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Re: Skrillex Talk

Postby Darkwave » Fri Jun 10, 2011 10:44 pm

Highvoltage wrote:
Darkwave wrote:that's not that bad caz we've all been there...The worst part is when they ask unspecific questions about...-the sound-. :lol:


No, i never been there, and i don't think you either. I HAVE FUCINKG LEARNT TO USE THE GODDAMNED SYNHTS. On my own. As anybody can. Press all buttons, and you know what does what. :D whooah i feel lighter :)

i totally agree about the learning thing.
I only disagree about the last thing you said about the basics of sound synthesis.
The first years i started making music i remember myself spending a lot of time with synths trying to learn them experimenting and all... but i was confusing types of waveforms especially high-pitched sawtooth with squares or low pitched sinwaves with triangles ect. I don't think it's that terrible for a starter to confuse different types of waves and it can't stop him from copying a sound.
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Re: Skrillex Talk

Postby Laurie » Sat Jun 11, 2011 12:04 pm

The real question is: do you folks use a sine or square wave for the sub bass? Or are you even more daring and use a triangle wave?
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Re: Skrillex Talk

Postby 100NAMES » Sun Jun 12, 2011 8:15 pm

I use a triangle wave but I rarely admit it. I think its because I fuck so much.
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Re: Skrillex Talk

Postby Highvoltage » Tue Jun 14, 2011 10:23 am

100NAMES wrote:I use a triangle wave but I rarely admit it. I think its because I fuck so much.


LOL!?
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Re: Skrillex Talk

Postby Highvoltage » Tue Jun 14, 2011 10:30 am

Laurie wrote:The real question is: do you folks use a sine or square wave for the sub bass? Or are you even more daring and use a triangle wave?


I think it depends on the situation, if you already have a present midrange bass, a sine will be enough, for it only takes its own frequency and nothing else. But you might need some extra harmonics from the sub anyway, and saturate the sine a little, but thats basically slowly turning the sine into a squareish wave :) If you filter a square, you will have much more harmonics (depending on the lowpass amount/slope) that will help the sub to be audible. Maybe that's better if you want to use it alone. Or ask deadmous5
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Re: Skrillex Talk

Postby Laurie » Tue Jun 14, 2011 11:47 pm

What I'm about to announce may excite you. You may smile a little. You may even produce a little bit of wee in your pants.

Korn is releasing a dubstep album. And some of it is produced by Skrillex.



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Re: Skrillex Talk

Postby Highvoltage » Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:46 am

yeah i heard this, and it did neither of those 3 to me :) altho this one is the least shit of all skriskslx
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Re: Skrillex Talk

Postby NEOREV » Wed Jun 15, 2011 7:43 pm

I'm still a little wary about this Korn dubstep album... it just seems... strange.
but then again they haven't released anything worthwhile since Issues...
so i welcome this change, hopefully better than the last 3-4 shit albums they put out.
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Re: Skrillex Talk

Postby Laurie » Thu Jun 16, 2011 3:51 pm

Almost as odd as Drum and Bass Bowie
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Re: Skrillex Talk

Postby NEOREV » Thu Jun 16, 2011 4:49 pm

Actually, David Bowie's album "Earthling" is one of my guilty pleasures. Not a huge Bowie fan, it is a different album for him, but liked the overall production on it.
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