Today be able to know everyone really happy.
Be good if someone could work on this
Check out the new grime scene sample pack from sonicmechanics!
It will help new producers get a pro quality sound
is this ever gonna be updated to actually help make grime.
more to just throwing together samples i know shit all about making grime basses how do i make them.
and don't say saturated 808
Where is it?
good idea but no new updates ?
That was a whole lot of stuff
really good thread
Where do people here hold the distinction between Grime and Dubstep? Most stuff nowadays its easy to tell apart, but what about early stuff? A lot of dubstep tracks were used on old radio sets, I get a bit confused.
how can i acsess it? be real helpful to me
a very helpful thread
we produce aswell, you can check out our stuff here
Mostly produce hip-hop and traditional rap beats but been trying my hand at grime instrumentals as of late, this has been a real help. Any feedback on my stuff is much appreciated, https://soundcloud.com/vagrantreales...ge-etc/s-SHYAN
How is it possible to get hands of the Grime Production Bible?
Im new to this. Been in hip hop production, but gotten tired of it. Wanna enter the realm of Grime, but need some input on this. If it exists a Grime Production Bible it would been of big help, my focus will be on soundshaping(square etc) and drum beats.
10 tips from me - 7 years production experience 1500 followers total- https://soundcloud.com/subliminalrecordsuk1
1. allowing room for kick and snare freq is very important infact use a EQ to limit freq in all your sounds.
2. Imagine you have to fit all these frequencies in a box so you have to make room for the kick in the sub, the snare in the mids etc sometimes snare is ok to leave but kicks have to be eqed.
2. Stop trying to please others!! Really annoys me when I hear a track that just sounds so generic and nothing going on, when I make music I try to make things that I like and that I can groove to not what some next man likes or what everyone likes at that present time.
3. Don't over do it with samples. Most of the best tracks in the world are simple as shit and dont have more than 30 layers!
4. Quality samples are important - when you import a sound look at the picture of the sound, is it full in the picture ?if it looks small and isn't close to top/bottom sides - get rid and find another. or if the sound is good and you still want it boost it with an EQ if the volume is low ( or turn up of course)
5.If you are new, stick a classic limiter on your master channel to prevent red lining and harsh freq
6.Get a HD and download as many samples as humanly possible. put into different sections so you can find stuff easy
7.If you are new download a track you love (for the drums) and put it in your DAW, pitch so its in time, copy the hats/snares/kicks whatever but with your own samples, switch it up a bit and bang.
8. Take breaks, take little 10 minute breaks or sleep on it before uploading you may feel different in the morning.
9. Two heads are better than 1 get one of your pals who isn't a loss and make him tell u shit he likes and disliked or if hes got skills in producing get him involved.
10. Buy a midi keyboard - not essential but good for practicing riffs and quickly listening to sounds in different keys.
Bonus tip - Smoke plenty of ganja to get those creative spirits in full flow