Sick of 'child' and sampling other peoples. Have tried creating my own but they don't quite cut the mustard. Any tips would be much appreciated!
I've found that layering kick directly in battery is also a good method. You can adjust the attack of the low one and the hold and decay of the high one or if your using battery two you can eq the high and lows out as you wish. Then play with the pitch of each one so they meet nicely in the middle. I've found allot more controlle with this method when getting your kick just right for the track.JPsychodelicacy said:Make loads and layer them, picking one with a nice bottom end and lowpassing it, then one with a nicer attack click and highpassing it. Mix and match more, EQ'ing to suit and when you've got something you're 100% happy with, render it as a single kick which you can then add to your collection.
Speakafreaka said:It would be alot easier in RMIV I promise.
Speakafreaka said:It shouldn't be quiet if you've got a loud sine wave in the first place, because you aren't turning anything down. In fact you may well have to turn the mixer down. Simplicity eh?!