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    Drum ADSR Processing | PRODUCTION TIPS #2 [Ableton]

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    This is the second video from our tutorial series #TutorialTuesday, out every week.
    This episode it's all about how we use Sampler to get more control on drums!

    Description from the video:
    Drums are the foundation of every track. They rule the rhythm, getting them right is crucial.
    Simpler is a POWERFUL TOOL, it can:
    1 Redesign a sound via ADSR and pitch
    2 Create crazy loops and slices
    3 Further process with filter and pitch envelops
    In this tutorial we show you (1) how to get the most out of the ADSR section of simpler.
    This is especially recommended when your mix sounds too lavish and not definite and clean. Attack is not discussed here because for personal experience we would rather move to another sample if we are not happy with the attack.
    Remember to always trust your ears and do not overdo!

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    Last edited by SizeMatters; 09-30-2017 at 06:29 AM.

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