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Old 2013-08-31, 14:43
samuellell samuellell is offline
 
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i think an overall knowlege of reason helps tons. its not only the dubstep tutorials that you need. there are tons of "thor" tutorials that explain how thor works. i think there are also some written ones somewhere around here, that go more in depth on thor. then you need to know general production techniques, like layering sounds, splitting high and low freqs, detuning etc.
and of course the pulverizer and scream4 can be extremely useful for distorting.
i think if you know all that you should have a pretty huge range of things you can do to create a nice gritty sound.
dont restrict yourself too much in the tutorials your watching imo. i even watch logic tutorials for mixing and sounddisgn even tho i dont have it. just to get a general idea of how to process sounds and achieve certain effects.
most of the effects can be done in reason anyways
 

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