Is there any cool auxy tricks that you know that you can tell me? I only know one
Define a “trick”
I don’t know how to explain it but lemme get an example:
Doing the delay like this and panning it like that gives an illusion of stereo wideness or something like that
@DJ_La_Rocca makes some tips & tricks videos on YT.
It’s been a while since he uploaded
I know. It’s the best for him.
I can do a kick flip
You can’t do it
If you want to do one of those cool Auxy snares that were popular a while back, it’s way easier now: Find the two samples you want to use, and move the offset back a bit on one of them. You used to have to make one of them into a precision note, which didn’t work as well
oh dear god
CRASH is typing
I don’t know if you know this one, but there’s a trick that can be done with mainly hi-hats that involves having two copies but offsetting one slightly to have a more compact roll. In doing this you can theoretically get 1/48 notes or 1/64 notes.
y’all got some neat tricks
Use free move, it’s waaaaaayyyy better.
omg free move is so bad to me. I don’t even know what to do with it
Here’s what I did to your hi hats with free move
free move is great for getting a live piano feeling. offset the first and second note and it sounds like a real play
For snare rolls, you’ll have to place the BPM to 175 as a recommendation & use 1/32 & free move. Also needs left & right panning so it sounds amazing (might wanna do the same for the pitching)!
True. If you use something from vintage keys like Transfer or Boulevard, place on the chorus at 64% & play around with the pitching like what LoFi chords should sound like, it would sound like real LoFi or so.