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Cross - Roll effect Demo

PostPosted: 10 Sep 2012, 16:41
by BennyB
Hey Mixvibers.

Wacth in HD... no other words need to be said :)


Re: Cross - Roll effect Demo

PostPosted: 11 Sep 2012, 12:21
by BennyB
stick wrote:Cool demo, thank you for your hard work. Hope you had fun recording it !

Best,
Nicolas.


Well, it was a miracle, that I could actually record this... I have an old machine, but I didn't experince glitches, it was smooth and I was damn happy.

Demos like this will come soon :)

Re: Cross - Roll effect Demo

PostPosted: 11 Sep 2012, 16:59
by Support@MixVibes
#Male voice for commercial ads
:lol:

Re: Cross - Roll effect Demo

PostPosted: 11 Sep 2012, 17:40
by BennyB
Support@MixVibes wrote:#Male voice for commercial ads
:lol:


I consider that, as a compliment.

I have a much better accent, I was just nervous like hell :D

Re: Cross - Roll effect Demo

PostPosted: 14 Sep 2012, 23:13
by rhopkins
I was playing around with the roll effect tonight after this demo.

I notice that your video doesn't show the depth knob. I still found that when that wasn't set to halfway whatever was rolled was quieter than the main mix.

I also just couldn't get it right. Your video makes it look so easy :lol: The roll samples what has just been played, right? I certainly can't get it to sound as good as your video, where you're turning it on and off all over the place.

Re: Cross - Roll effect Demo

PostPosted: 15 Sep 2012, 08:27
by BennyB
rhopkins wrote:I was playing around with the roll effect tonight after this demo.

I notice that your video doesn't show the depth knob. I still found that when that wasn't set to halfway whatever was rolled was quieter than the main mix.

I also just couldn't get it right. Your video makes it look so easy :lol: The roll samples what has just been played, right? I certainly can't get it to sound as good as your video, where you're turning it on and off all over the place.


Tip: get a nice 128 bpm song, that has a drum only bum-bum-bum section in it. Loop it.

Count the beat in your head, and engage the effect right before a beat comes.
Second: Try to experiment with it.
With the bidimensional version, the depth should be half way up as I remember, but one-dimensional version sounds better and easyer to handle.

Re: Cross - Roll effect Demo

PostPosted: 17 Sep 2012, 14:48
by Hannes
also quantize helps :lol:

Re: Cross - Roll effect Demo

PostPosted: 17 Sep 2012, 15:15
by rhopkins
j-kut wrote:also quantize helps :lol:


I didn't notice if it was on in the video :lol:

Re: Cross - Roll effect Demo

PostPosted: 17 Sep 2012, 21:30
by BennyB
rhopkins wrote:
j-kut wrote:also quantize helps :lol:


I didn't notice if it was on in the video :lol:


I don't use quantize, since Roll always uses the bpm info of the track you are using it on :)