Brass Variants Comparison

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Brass Variants Comparison

Post by KoolKool » Dec 11th, '15, 03:43

someone have spend so much free time to make this video! thank to uploader! lol!

this video shows us eurobeat Brass from different patches and different users

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOAuRN5NUs0

highly entertaining video! :wink:

any thought? :)
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Post by WinterdrivE » Dec 11th, '15, 16:30

Interesting! I might have to reference the video to try to remake some of the patches in Synth1. The ones that aren't for Synth1 to begin with anyways. Totaly gonna hit up the Synth1 ones, though. Thanks for posting,

Also, a translation of the description if anyone's interested (Its not really anything of incidence):

Nice to meet you all. Dea here.

I made a video comparing different eurobeat brasses.
Its one refrain that repeats 53 times, so proceed with caution.
Thanks to those who participated in the video.

To skip the intro, start at 1:41.

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Post by Lebon14 » Dec 11th, '15, 19:10

Man, that riff! It's non-stop riffage! I wish I could have a WAV for this, lol.
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Post by ProjectBeat » Dec 16th, '15, 01:05

Thanks for sharing this!
I've been trying to recompile every brass sound featured in this video.
But I'm still missing a few yet.

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Post by KoolKool » Dec 16th, '15, 15:56

Can't beat JD800 brass,but VST can go into other directions to create something more unique.....and still higher quality than sample exported from hardware :)

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the Massive and Sylenth1 brass patches sound quite bad,need more tweaking! :???:
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Post by zoupzuop2 » Jan 21st, '16, 04:25

Eurgh. My "startingbrass" was dreadful. I need to release one of my newer ones soon.
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Post by Gabriel C Media » Jan 21st, '16, 05:35

Hey, that's a fun video! ^__^

Just passing by; I wouldn't mind sharing my brass if there was another one of those made! ^^

https://clyp.it/pfvsgtxw

^ Here's an example of my own brass, since you guys love showing them :P. Depending on the track, it'll usually be modified. Maybe delay or something else depending on what it's about. The same 'core' brass though is usually the same :). Of course, these examples are totally unmixed, so they won't sound as clean and compressed as they would in a track.
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Post by Markos » Jan 24th, '16, 22:50

I wish I could get a small midi demo of how the brass pitch bend /modulation goes I never seem to get it right.

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Post by eXtaticus » Jan 26th, '16, 10:33

Equinox's JD-800 brass is still the best one, IMO, and I use it in virtually everything I do. Most of the Sylenth1 and Massive ones are terrible, and Synth1... well, you really have to know how to use it. I haven't managed to get anything remotely usable out of it, myself, but some of those samples are great. I'm a chronically talentless synthesist, myself, so I'll take all the presets I can get.

My favourite plugin right now is Korg M1 Legacy, which is the "I'm fucking useless at this, please just give me some iconic presets to play with" synth, and all the better for it. Though I'm okay at programming patches for the JV-1080, I'm probably just going to get some expansion cards for it.

There's one with all of these sounds on it. Yes, at 0:40-ish, that is the sweep from Speedy Speed Boy. Hey, even the pros used presets, back in the day. ;P

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Post by KoolKool » Jan 26th, '16, 11:50

Markos wrote:I wish I could get a small midi demo of how the brass pitch bend /modulation goes I never seem to get it right.

i got...alots midi demo..lol! pitch bend and vibrato,try mountain shape on note.... until it sounds right to you...

i made a brass patch on sylenth1 before,still on experimenting stage,have to work more,highly potential! (one problem that Sylenth1 bugged on 64bit system,i wonder if any better fix coming out now?)


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Post by Gabriel C Media » Jan 29th, '16, 03:43

KoolKool wrote:
Markos wrote:I wish I could get a small midi demo of how the brass pitch bend /modulation goes I never seem to get it right.

i got...alots midi demo..lol! pitch bend and vibrato,try mountain shape on note.... until it sounds right to you...

i made a brass patch on sylenth1 before,still on experimenting stage,have to work more,highly potential! (one problem that Sylenth1 bugged on 64bit system,i wonder if any better fix coming out now?)


@Gabriel: nice man,work good for pony!
Thanks, man! It's nice to have the sound-design part of Eurobeat down for a good long while. I can just focus on my arrangements and slowly watch them improve :D .

Eurobeat won't be the only style I do by any means (it already isn't ^u^); but if demand is strong enough, I wouldn't mind doing a little sample pack down the road if people grow to enjoy my work. Of course, it'll be free since I know Eurobeat sounds are hard to find and it wouldn't be right to charge people :).

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