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Thread: New C-Sonix tunes
Sephiroth

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New C-Sonix tunes 19-01-2011 22:03 Forum: Drum-n-bass massive


New tunes from myself and Tony aka C-Sonix....

http://soundcloud.com/c-sonix

Forthcoming in February on Melting Pot Records:
C-Sonix - The Fire Of Combat / Cold Blooded

Forthcoming soon on Broken Audio Recordings:
C-Sonix - Logans Run / Bay City Roller

Drummer Drummer
Thread: AXIOM - Under the Gun Mix - Jan 2011!!
Sephiroth

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Views: 4,839
07-01-2011 22:40 Forum: Drum-n-bass massive


Drummer Drummer

Thanks for the support!
Thread: New Tune! Sephiroth - Scion (Forthcoming TBC)
Sephiroth

Replies: 2
Views: 2,151
29-11-2010 20:36 Forum: Tunes


thanks for the listen man....probably took about 2 months to get the track completely finished start to finish.

Used fl studio to arrange the track and mix etc and sony sound forge for any in-depth sampling or fiddling with sounds....instrument-wise: z3ta for one of the bass sounds and zebra for some sfx sounds and fx-wise; waves for eq, compression, limiting etc, camel phat, camel space, kjaerhaus plug-ins, izotope trash and probably a few other ones too.

Should be out soon so stay tuned! Drummer
Thread: New Tune! Sephiroth - Scion (Forthcoming TBC)
Sephiroth

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New Tune! Sephiroth - Scion (Forthcoming TBC) 29-11-2010 19:37 Forum: Tunes


Ez all,

A new tune up on soundcloud:

http://soundcloud.com/sephiroth_rees/sep...forthcoming-tbc

Feedback etc greatly appreciated!

Drummer
Thread: New Tune - The Devils Pawn
Sephiroth

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Views: 1,263
New Tune - The Devils Pawn 17-10-2010 22:02 Forum: Drum-n-bass massive


ez all,

http://soundcloud.com/sephiroth_rees/sep...s-pawn-unsigned

comments etc welcome! Drummer
Thread: Sephiroth - Area 51 EP - Out Now on Ex Machina Recordings
Sephiroth

Replies: 6
Views: 2,829
08-10-2010 14:57 Forum: Drum-n-bass massive


thanks guys!

@ cybercrunk: ill hit you up with tunes as soon as poss!!
Thread: Sephiroth - Area 51 EP - Out Now on Ex Machina Recordings
Sephiroth

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Sephiroth - Area 51 EP - Out Now on Ex Machina Recordings 13-09-2010 21:43 Forum: Drum-n-bass massive


Out now on Ex Machina Recordings - EMR09 - Sephiroth - Area 51 EP: Solace/ Area 51/ Contaminate/ Know Fear.

http://www.junodownload.com/products/area-51-ep/1622296-02/

Drummer
Thread: mixing down to pink noise?
Sephiroth

Replies: 1
Views: 2,773
11-08-2010 16:17 Forum: Production questions & answers


i reckon its referring to callibrating your room.....pink noise signals are used (@ -18dBFS i think) to calibrate the monitors to the right level, then you mix by ear. Its used a lot when mixing for film, calibrating all 6 speakers (or more these days!) to the correct mixing levels, about 85dB for film (or bigger depending on the room)....music-wise its probably only used when mixing in large professional studios, i wouldnt worry about it too much for the home studio set-up, although angling your speakers correctly and making sure their set at the same level is obviously useful.

hope that helped Drummer
Thread: New Tunes.
Sephiroth

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Views: 1,733
New Tunes. 27-06-2010 18:17 Forum: Tunes


New Sephiroth tune up on soundcloud:

http://soundcloud.com/sephiroth_rees/sep...ork-in-progress


Plus a new C-sonix tune:

Nick & Erina Z - Kakurenbo (C-Sonix Remix)

http://www.myspace.com/csonix


Any feedback etc appreciated! Drummer
Thread: Nick and Erina Z- On The Streets
Sephiroth

Replies: 2
Views: 1,908
17-06-2010 22:33 Forum: Dubstep


very nice stuff man, loving those atmospherics! Drummer



oh yeh, that remix is coming soon, honestly! Tongue
Thread: Neurofunk question
Sephiroth

Replies: 17
Views: 6,463
05-05-2010 22:06 Forum: Production questions & answers


quote:
Originally posted by Muad'Dib
Strange. I know the "less-cpu intensive" argument, which is obviously true, but I almost never had the need to resample something so I can further process it. I am a control freak so, I want everything to be alive and working, not to be rendered, so I can tweak the whole production chain at once. On a second note, you can't shift the format frequencies of some sounds that come from VSTi's if you are not resampling, so that is a good cause to bounce to wav.

Anyway, thank you for your responses, I still fail to see any significant benefit in resampling, but I am glad it helps you guys. Bigup


you can also use it to create bigger plug-ins chains....i dont want a flanger plug-in, for example, on my main bass sound thats maybe used once or twice in the entire track to take up an insert slot on my desk, seems a waste to me Big Grin id rather save that for an extra distortion effect, compressor etc....i do get what you're saying about the complete control thing tho, i usually make a clone of the project with all the original tweakable parameters in tact before re-sampling anything...just in case it all goes a bit pete tong......
Thread: What studio monitors do you use?
Sephiroth

Replies: 34
Views: 11,238
21-04-2010 12:40 Forum: Production questions & answers


krk's if your on a budget.....

http://www.imuso.co.uk/Studio/Studio-Mon...e=googleproduct


Mackie's if your not.....

http://www.zzounds.com/item--MACHR824


just my two cents. Big Grin
Thread: Subbass
Sephiroth

Replies: 11
Views: 9,834
21-04-2010 12:38 Forum: Fruity Loops - FL Studio


3xosc will work fine for sub bass......get a spectrum analyser (VoxengoSpan is free from their site) and load that at the end of the plug-in chain on your sub bass channel, then use addictive eq'ing, the fruity bass boost is nice and simple and try and get a big phat low-end on the spectrum with your sub bass. Then you can take away parts of the sound to make room for your kick....i try and aim for the sub to be peaking around 40-60hz, then slot the kick in around 80-100hz...so there both visible on the spectrum analyser, you can see them both peaking clearly.
Thread: DnB Genres
Sephiroth

Replies: 51
Views: 377
18-04-2010 14:30 Forum: Producers private board


quote:
Originally posted by BattleDrone
quote:
Originally posted by Close Proximity
the "kiddyness"
(poor use of phrase im sorry)
of how jump up sounds.
to me it just sounds like a rush job.


I agree on the "Kiddyness" of some tracks, they sound like Sesame street at times, but they go off very well in a club. Just check out what goes off well in a club in other music styles... a club is just a bunch of drunk, stoned an horny youngsters that want to bounce to some noise.

As for the rush job... once you got your basic stuff set up (a set of about 10 square basses with filters and a drumline with lots of action and distortion in the hi end) it is just repeat repeat repeat and make small variations on the same tune.

Jump up before 2005 had more original sounds Frown


Bingo.....jump-up has become formulaic, recylcing the same sounds/ techniques, theres no-one out there thats 'pushing' it forward.....sadly, it seems as if neuro-funk dnb is going the same way..... Frown
Thread: fx question.
Sephiroth

Replies: 2
Views: 2,125
05-04-2010 14:18 Forum: Production questions & answers


reverse reverb man......take your vocal section (or any other sound) and reverse it, add a nice long reverb with a decent decay etc, then reverse the sound back, creates a nice effect......can also work with delay too, reverse delay sounds sweet...im playing about with that at the mo Tongue

the clip you posted sounds like 2 seperate uses of it....1st on "a quantom leap" and 2nd on "forward".

hoe that helps.
Thread: New tune on Myspace/ Soundcloud....
Sephiroth

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Views: 2,149
New tune on Myspace/ Soundcloud.... 02-04-2010 14:18 Forum: Nu choons


Howdy all,

Preview of a new tune on the myspace player...KnoW Fear, forthcoming on my Ep in the near future....comments. criticisms welcome!

http://www.myspace.com/sephirothdnb

Also slowly starting to create a soundcloud page too, the full track can be heard....

http://soundcloud.com/sephiroth_rees/know-fear-test-master

Drummer
Thread: stereo on bass question.
Sephiroth

Replies: 13
Views: 5,437
26-03-2010 19:04 Forum: Fruity Loops - FL Studio


quote:
Originally posted by SteakJohnson
so does stereo separation work by delaying one speaker slightly?


it works by taking the difference between the left and right channels of the signal, so plays the left part out the left, right out the right. So using stereo seperation on a mono signal won't work as there's no left and right. I reckon it's a good technique to use on strings, fx, atmospherics and a little on percussion as it adds width to the elements of the track that tend to stay in the background. But i keep it turned off (I.e dead center on the mixer) on things like the kick, snare and main bass tracks and merge the sub to mono to keep it suitable for a club setup, wide bass on a huge system won't give a consistent sound all around a club. It also helps to give the main elements their own place in the mix so you can mix em nice and loud. Drummer
Thread: Stuff sounds different when rendered
Sephiroth

Replies: 18
Views: 5,961
26-03-2010 18:38 Forum: Fruity Loops - FL Studio


Try checking the current project folder in the browser window, may be something in there that shouldn't be there. What version of fl are on? Try posting on the image-line forums, an fl studio egg-head there should be able to help you Big Grin
Thread: Stuff sounds different when rendered
Sephiroth

Replies: 18
Views: 5,961
25-03-2010 19:30 Forum: Fruity Loops - FL Studio


try exporting each channel on the mixer seperately with the mixing desk rendering, it may be a problem with a particular track. you can also view everything about the project in the browser window, may be something added by accident......or maybe something to do with the playback settings, have you tried the mix on different systems?
Thread: hip hop samples
Sephiroth

Replies: 3
Views: 2,218
25-03-2010 19:27 Forum: Production questions & answers


ive been getting into hip hop production lately and came across this, depends on what sort of hip hop your making, but this site is an absolute goldmine for samples, produciton tips and general hip hop knowledge.

http://hiphopisread.blogspot.com/

its more geared towards the 'classic' hip hop sound rather than the pop hop shite you hear now like lil' wayne and those other knobheads, but a really good resource none-the-less. Drummer
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