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 on: April 18, 2018, 04:53:15 PM 
Started by folderol - Last post by folderol
The site had a little 'lie down' yesterday, but thanks to Mr Moon we're back in business again

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 on: April 17, 2018, 09:11:41 AM 
Started by Equinox Sounds - Last post by Equinox Sounds
ProducerLoops.com is giving away some loops taken from their 'Blacque Byrd Music: Essential RnB 2' sample pack for FREE! Furthermore, these loops are 100% Royalty-Free. Download the free loops here before you buy the full version! There is no requirement to purchase anything else to get this free pack and you can use these loops in your productions without any further costs.

You can download your free sample pack from the 'Free Sample Pack' link on the product page at ProducerLoops.com: https://www.producerloops.com/Download-Producer-Loops-Blacque-Byrd-Music-Essential-RnB-2.html

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 on: April 16, 2018, 08:24:07 PM 
Started by folderol - Last post by folderol
Thanks very much. I'm really glad you both like what I've added Smiley

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 on: April 16, 2018, 08:46:46 AM 
Started by Equinox Sounds - Last post by Equinox Sounds
'Blacque Byrd Music: Essential RnB 2' marks the much-anticipated return of this bestselling Urban series from Producer Loops and one of L.A's finest Urban Pop producers. Tracks by Bruno Mars, Britney Spears, T.I, Nicki Minaj, Lady Gaga & One Direction have all boasted Blacque Byrd's midas touch, and now yours can too. His productions have even found their way into the Grammy Nomination pool!
 
Blacque Byrd's latest sample pack contains five Construction Kits packed full of his ridiculously fat 808s, intricate Trap hats, catchy vocal chants, sultry pianos, and heavily filtered pads.
 
Pair this cutting-edge collection with the first volume in the series to instantly arm your DAW with professional grade samples, displaying the latest Urban production techniques.
 
MIDI, one-shots and bonus loops are all included in this collection, making it a must-have for Urban and RnB producers who need to stay ahead of the game.
 
MIDI Files Included:
 
'Blacque Byrd Music Essential RnB' includes 13 MIDI files, allowing you to seamlessly mix your favourite synths and samplers with the sounds contained in the pack.
 
Advantages of MIDI:
 
While the supplied ACID/Apple Loops/REX files are extremely flexible and powerful, MIDI has the added benefit of allowing you to go to extremes of pitch and tempo beyond which the loops were originally recorded, with no time stretching or pitch shifting artefacts. Furthermore, you can make tweaks to the riffs so they fit perfectly into your existing mixes.
 
One-Shot Samples:
 
This pack also includes one-shot samples, allowing you to create new beats, fills and loops to complement the existing material. Simply load them up into your sampler of choice and create an infinite number of new grooves and phrases.
 
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All of the loops in this product are 100% Royalty-Free (including the vocal loops), so once purchased, you can use these loops in your commercial releases without having to pay any hidden costs.
 
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5 Construction Kits
Bonus One-Shots and Loops Folder
154 WAV Files
15 MIDI Files
ACIDized WAV Files
Apple Loops/AIFF Files
REX2 Loops
Ableton Live 8.1.3
Reason ReFill
Loops sync to BPM
44.1 kHz/24-Bit
PC/Mac Compatible
Royalty-Free (No Exceptions)

Price and Availability:

'Blacque Byrd Music: Essential RnB 2 is available for instant download exclusively at ProducerLoops.com for 29.95 / 36,15 EUR. More information is available at: https://www.producerloops.com

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 on: April 16, 2018, 12:42:25 AM 
Started by folderol - Last post by bvdp
Very nicely done.

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 on: April 15, 2018, 09:50:49 PM 
Started by folderol - Last post by MarioD
You did succeed! Excellent job adding those tracks.

Having had to do this myself a number of times I know what a challenge it was.

Great job Will.

PS - the instrumentation that you added was perfect!

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 on: April 14, 2018, 10:17:26 PM 
Started by folderol - Last post by folderol
This relates to a song  (a cover) I first heard about a year ago on SoundCloud, performed by Rusty Stringz (Ged) and Hans, I was totally captivated by it.

Recently I thought I could add a little to it. I knew from past experience this wouldn't be easy, as Ged originally just played this live and there would be natural timing variations. However, this time I decided to really put myself to the test.

The background choir fill-ins were relatively straight forward - nice slow indistinct attack and decay. The little fluty twiddles were OK. The bass line was much harder. Timing had to be much better, and pitching too. However, the real test was adding percussion that matched the song variations, yet didn't seem too irregular.

Hopefully I succeeded!

The song is Arms of a Woman and I've attached both ogg and mp3 copies.

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 on: April 13, 2018, 01:04:32 AM 
Started by MarioD - Last post by MarioD

Thom I don't get your "it sounds like having 3 portable radios that are all tuned into different radio stations" statement.


I meant that nothing in this tune gels together.The drum track feels as though it was taken from an entirely different tune and thrown in this one.Every track in this tune is out of sync with one another and most of the tracks don't harmonize much.Sorry to be so harsh,but that's my honest take on it.


You were not harsh.  Now I know what you were thinking.  When I put a song out there I know some will not like it but with constructive criticism like I received here I can hopefully improve.

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 on: April 12, 2018, 01:52:18 AM 
Started by MarioD - Last post by elwoodblues91

Thom I don't get your "it sounds like having 3 portable radios that are all tuned into different radio stations" statement.


I meant that nothing in this tune gels together.The drum track feels as though it was taken from an entirely different tune and thrown in this one.Every track in this tune is out of sync with one another and most of the tracks don't harmonize much.Sorry to be so harsh,but that's my honest take on it.

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 on: April 11, 2018, 10:03:34 PM 
Started by MarioD - Last post by folderol
bvdp and Will, I had a very soft attack setting on the French horn.  It sounds like it was too soft.
A trick I've learned with very slow/soft attack instrument sounds is to very slightly advance them in the track. My DAW has a 'nudge' control for just this purpose, and I'll click on it a few times until the timing sounds 'right' - no matter what it looks like Wink

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