3 classic drum machines (808,909 and 606) in one plug-in! Booming bassdrums, saucy cymbals and crispy snares can be used to describe the sound of drum machines from the early 80's.

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Search the subreddit and before making a post.Looking for subreddit resources?Check the dropdown menu above the posts!Post not showing up?If you believe your post or comment was removed in error, check the and include a link in a polite. Hi guys,I am kind of tired of always searching for kicks and I want to learn how to make them. I know a lot of plugins can be used to make kicks but I definitely want to know what you guys use and what are some strengths of certain plugins.

I tried making kicks but it always ends up sounding like a high click and a low click at the same time or some wannabe hardstyle distorded kick. I really want to learn how to make kicks that have a great low/low-mid presence like wolfgang gartner, deadmau5, madeon.I am not looking for a plugin that will do it all magically, I know I need to learn and I'll do it, but do you guys have some recommendations or perhaps some tips to achieve this sound?. If you want to know how to make them there is a million youtube videos out there that will help you out. Otherwise, go pick up the Nicky Romero Kick plugin. Although it won't be admitted, a lot of big names are using this plugin now because of it's ease of use and quick workflow.

You can also load in your own samples and tinker with the gain and sub really easily.I typically pair one of the big 'house' analog kicks with a more textured disco kit that has less bass. I then automate the sub kicks volume when the song needs that extra punch for the last bit.

It's basically a quick workflow for what most pro's do with kicks anyways with layering. I like bussing/lightly compressing this plugin with whatever 'drum kit' from Ableton, and using the plugin for only the Sub Kick. My drum kit will have a very stylized kit such as a Disco kit, where the kick has very little sub. I then automate my Kick plugins volume to determine how much Sub punch I was in each section of the song.For example, in a verse I will clean up the sub and bring the volume down, but on a chorus I will ramp it up so it cuts better. Then, we always leave headroom for the final part of the song if we choose to have a big ending. Basically what I'm saying is that I'm not the best producer in the world, but I know that some of my influences in music use this plugin.

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If they give it the thumbs up, then in my opinion, that carries a lot more weight than if I were to recommend it out of nowhere.You actually have no idea who I am or what I'm like. So the fact that you are acting like this out of nowhere, insulting my very being on the internet, actually makes you a giant self-important toolbag. Which is basically the concept of a troll. Keep in mind the source sounds you want to emulate. An 808 comes from a T-bridged oscillator that gets fed with an impulse. To get an 808 sound you need to get software specifically made to emulate a T-bridge analog circuit.

Massive and many other synth VSTs don't emulate an 808 style circuit at all. Similar deal with a 909 and other drum machines. Many VSTs have 808/909 presets but are not necesarilly modelled after that circuitry but might sound similar so be careful.

Audiorealism drum machine vsti

I'm not sure what deadmau5/madeon/gartner use for the synth layer of their kicks, but it could be any one of the following.808 emulation VST (D16 Group Nepheton, Propellerhead ReBirth RB-338, AudioRealism Drum Machine, and others.) or 808 samples909 emulation VST (D16 Group Drumazon, Propellerhead ReBirth RB-338, and others.) or 909 samplesother drum machine emulations/samples??Noisia has mentioned drumatic and superior drummer for their fav VSTs.FWIW, my personal favorite is drumatic 3.

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