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    Sound Design

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    Hi
    I started making music a while back and i can't do my stuff because i always try and make a sound and fail .I tried to use plug ins like nexus but i still could not find the right sound.Can someone at least explain to me what should i do regarding this issue ?I watched lots of videos by Seamless ,Virtual Riot and others to understand the things like stereo,dynamics,phase cancellation all that stuf but i still have no idea what to do.
    Sorry if my english is bad and sorry again if this was not the right section to post this to

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    You can always try downloading new music production software<3 there are some good ones out there like LMMS that is free and similar to Fruity Loops.

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    Anyone know how I can get/make the sound from Mike Williams & Dastic - Candy? I really like it's percussive-ish feel, and if someone could tell me it's exact sound that would be great! /watch?v=qNRlv3QMgSc
    Last edited by calebwong444; 12-19-2017 at 04:58 PM.

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    It takes time to learn sound design.

    Nexus isn't a good plugin for doing sound design itself, it's just a big library of pre-made sounds. You can't make anything 100% from scratch.

    For actual sound design I would have a look at the synthesizers which come with your DAW. You don't need to buy any extra plugins until you understand how they work (maybe not even then)

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    From my experience, trying to recreate specific sounds is not the way to go. However, there are basic sounds that everyone uses like a supersaw or a pluck. There are usually tutorials for those basic sounds on YouTube. Just try to be original when sound designing. I would recommend getting Serum by Xfer Records, as it is one of the most diverse plugins out there.
    Last edited by Self Denial; 12-26-2017 at 05:06 AM. Reason: Additional info

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