[fruityloops] Re: GReat KICKS

  • From: "patrick bachi" <bachi_patrick@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 15:27:43 +0000

Thanks. But What is BBS? Is it a manufacturer such as Hyperprism or a 
language/ kind of file? Where can i get the BBS Sonic Maximizer? I tried to 
find it, but This BBS thing isn´t clear yet.

>From: AllenSpins@xxxxxxx
>Reply-To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [fruityloops] Re: GReat KICKS
>Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 10:51:38 -0400
>First of all I suggest you put your kick and other drum sounds on the same 
>compressor. It may be a got idea to put your snare seperately because 
>you're doing more of a rock sound. Secondly, get some rock samples. You can 
>find these all over the net, or get a rock sample CD which can run about 
>25-45 bucks. Last, but definately not least, get the BBS Sonic Maximizer 
>VST plugin for mastering. If you want to get out of the dryness that fruity 
>tends to provide I highly recommend getting this tool.
>If you've got all that working together, then your kick should sound fine. 
>Remember try not to single out a sound unless you're specifically TRYING to 
>do that. The key is blending everything together in sync and harmonically, 
>then you'll see that the kick ends up sounding right no matter what you do.
>So the rundown:
>1. Compress your beat on one compressor. Give or take the snare.
>2. Use the right samples (in your case, rock samples)
>3. Master with the BBS Sonic Maximizer.
>Hope that helps.

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