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    Hey guys, any good suggestions to go from your build-up to your drop?
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    Basic drum fills, risers and white noise. With some creativity do whatever to make that movement and tension between different parts. Make sure the drop is the most intensive part of the track so it has that huge impact feel.
    Last edited by kujaboy; 05-17-2018 at 10:38 PM.

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    I use automation! Reverb, filter, delay, volume, stereo imaging etc..

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    don't... drops are played out as shit. Maybe in 5 years or so a tasteful filter rise might be appropriate again..
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    Some people are suggesting effects, which is still important, but I mainly pay attention to the instruments and melodies that build up to the drop. Think of it like a symphony, the main part never starts all at once. It takes some building, some hints of what the melody could be. Tyler, The Creator does a pretty good job of this on "Who Dat Boy?"

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