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Old 2012-04-29, 17:01
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Reason Horn Sounds?

I usually make rap/trap beats, and i'm trying to make chords using horns. I'm having trouble finding horn sounds with any punch. Maybe it has something to do with my experience as a producer.

Any refills or tips for better horn sounds?

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Old 2012-04-29, 17:19
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Synthetize them yourself.
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Old 2012-04-29, 17:23
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Look for some horn soundfonts, those workout well for me... good luck!
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Old 2012-04-29, 19:02
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Look for some horn soundfonts, those workout well for me... good luck!
What is this soundfonts thing? I thought it was a FL studio thing. I see people talk about Lex Luger, Trap, Kanye West soundfonts and so on. When i search for soundfonts I find mostly vst's.
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Old 2012-04-29, 19:03
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Synthetize them yourself.
Ha, Ha. Well, I'll try.
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Old 2012-04-29, 19:17
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I agree to the point that when you process them properly you can get great results.
But not really sounds that you load and go!

Same thing for most of the guitar sounds i.m.o.
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Old 2012-04-29, 19:47
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you can load soundfonts in the nn-xt
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Old 2012-04-29, 21:40
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Look for some horn soundfonts, those workout well for me... good luck!
I found some good soundfonts on Youtube. Thanks for the tip. I got tired of the sample cd's i bought that only contained loop's.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja-fD...eature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2O_sCZXLZW4
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Old 2012-04-29, 23:17
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Synthetize them yourself.
That does not work well for hip hop. Honestly understanding synthesis to many is counter productive for hip hop.
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Old 2012-04-29, 23:20
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I don't really make trap beats I play with the idea but I am not into trap but the sounds I hear in the miroslav brass refill works great for trap as does the Pro Sessions Brass plug in (it comes in refill format as well) and some heavy duty layering. You aren't going to find that 1 sound for Reason to make it sound right you'll likely have to do some layering.
 

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