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Kick for Trance Genre - How to design
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abhirama
Hi,


I wanted to read some articles on how to design kicks for trance uplifting and progressive. Please give some links...

Thanks,
Abhi.
RhythmDroid
Jomox MBase 11
zeit
If you happen to work ITB at all, Max For Live's Ultrakick device is very flexible.
https://isotonikstudios.com/product/ultrakick-kick-drum-synth They put out some nice M4L devices. Guinness ftw!
Red Electric Rainbow
TR-909
WisdomWriter
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sJOh0tRI9I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlseyAINlXU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDANIyuxqdg

ADSR sounds is great. you can alos check out echosoundworks on youtube. he goes in depth with kick tuning and good/bad/uglies of kicks individually and in the mix.
barnettuk
Compressed 909 sample with some effects?
Aiyn Zahev
This is an old post but might as well contribute where I can.

Either find some good samples, they are all over the place or get Sonic Academy Kick 2 and watch some tutorials.
Plumbstone
Aiyn Zahev wrote:
...or get Sonic Academy Kick 2 and watch some tutorials.


Yep. Since I’ve got Kick2 it has taken over most of my kick duties. I love being able to tune the tails of kick so they are in phase with the bass
akavalve
Plumbstone wrote:
Aiyn Zahev wrote:
...or get Sonic Academy Kick 2 and watch some tutorials.


Yep. Since I’ve got Kick2 it has taken over most of my kick duties. I love being able to tune the tails of kick so they are in phase with the bass


I've tried a number of software based kick synthesis tools and they all produced pretty cartoonish results.

I downloaded the Kick 2 demo on the advice here and so far it's pretty great.

I'll give it the eval period and see how I feel but so far it's the first one I could imagine actually using.

Thanks for the tip!
Gambeat
Punchbox from D16 Group is very good for sound design
Blingley


I swear this video is always relevant.
Panason
barnettuk wrote:
Compressed 909 sample with some effects?

That would sound way too fat for sigh trance
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