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#201

200th post yay!

Anyways is 50 Serum presets enough to count as a mega pack? Or should I go for 100?

Would like some feedback…

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#202

idk what yours sound like tbh, but quality > quantity

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#203

Just a progress report, my preset pack is 86% done

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#204

53 free analog synth bass samples from popular synths…

Single oscillator waveforms to add filters and envelopes to…

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#205

Layer two waveforms and detune for Reeses…

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#206


How did I do on this pack cover? :wink:

Finally finished! :corndance:

Inside: 100 Xfer Serum patches (v1.2) (71 bass patches, 6 FX patches, 4 lead patches, 6 pluck patches, 6 Sequenced patches, 6 Synth patches)

Presets suitable for: Future Bass, Dubstep, Riddim Dubstep, EDM, House, Deep Dubstep, Grime

Size - 23.9Mb Form - .zip file, presets in .fxp format

Download: http://www.filedropper.com/jivenationsserumpresetsmegapack

(would be awesome if you gave me feedback on the quality of my sound design)

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Lithium Hazmat's Serum Preset & Sample Repository
#207

This app used to be subscription only but they added some free servers: allows you to stream live & DJ sets with a shareable link.

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#208

This is a pretty big giveaway for very little effort. Follow some accounts and tag some producers.
If anyone gets a random @ from me on instagram, this will be why…

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#209

Grizzly Baddums on bandcamp…

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#210

If you guys subscribed to Cymatic they sent out an interesting sample pack…

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#211

Cymatics have a shit ton of sample packs for free.
Gotta sign up to their newsletter/website etc but it’s worth it tbf.
That toy one is bait - my IG feed is relentless with posts from Cymatics posting tunes people have made with that pack.
They all sound the same. 808s and trap melodies.

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#212

I’m not sure if any of these are already up on here, but here are some of the free plug-ins I use.

https://klanghelm.com/contents/products/IVGI/IVGI.php - Saturation / Distortion that is useful on all tracks when used subtly.
http://www.airwindows.com/category/audio-unit/ - Shit loads of free/useful plug-ins and so easy to use.

Buy any copy of Computer Music Magazine and you get their back catalogue of free plug-ins. They make them in collab with the newest & best plug-in companies, you can only get them with the magazine. Decent mag too.

https://valhalladsp.com/shop/delay/valhalla-freq-echo/ - Perfect for dub, Dr Who and all of your psychedelic needs (taken from the website review but its so true)

https://www.wavesfactory.com/free-kontakt-instruments/ - Some free Kontakt instruments

https://www.native-instruments.com/en/specials/free-vst-plugins/?gclid=Cj0KCQiAhKviBRCNARIsAAGZ7CffIIFs6FZyNt578MgQEpG1MSRvPfew0Y6hH8P60TdN81QBLiAA0dMaAoV9EALw_wcB - Free Kontakt and other NI stuff.

If you want a decent free DAW I recommend T7 DAW by https://www.tracktion.com/

I hope a few of you get something from the post that’s useful. Big up!

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#213

Whole bunch of drum machine sample packs and plugins at Pay What You Want pricing.

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#214

Anyone w a newer iOS device (phone or iPad) -

100% free, sounds fantastic, no upgrade purchases required. Totally production-grade synth.

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#215

Dammit beaten to it.
I had this idea for a virtual synth app that could save midi or wav files, which could then be imported to a desktop DAW. I was gonna call it Earworm, so if you were out and about and had a good idea for a melody you could quickly get it down before you forgot it.

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#216

There are actually a few that do this already. What’s been a big game changer recently is Ableton Link support in a lot of iOS apps (so that process you describe is even more seamless. It imports everything into an Ableton project file, midi and wavs included.)

Too bad Apple don’t give a fuck about musicians like they used to. At least there are still some good devs making good apps (ReSlice, ElasticDrums, FieldScaper, etc.)

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#217

(Technically not really free since you’ll likely have to pay to move it but… yeah.)

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#218

man, that site is an awesome idea

i’ve been slowly learning how to play the keys better over the past year or so but all I have is my microkorg’s keyboard lol, really want something more proper, a real piano would be so amazing to have, but i can’t even fit a digital piano in here at the mo :frowning:

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#219

Build a piano shed lol

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#220

Here’s Where Unwanted Pianos Are Living In 2019 And It’s Beautiful

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