The "How did LP make that sound" Thread - Research

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  1. KarL_LewiS

    KarL_LewiS Musician

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    Found the scratch samples, thanks for the jnfo. Also you're probably right, the more I listen to the transition it just sounds like the volume automation on the bass contributes substantially to the hugeness of it.

    I managed to make a similar sounding woosh out of a loud kick drum sample reversed and duplicated too.
     
  2. lrks

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    Can somebody explain what the sound that appears at 0:35 is?
     
  3. minuteforce

    minuteforce Danny's not here, Mrs. Torrance. LPA Team

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    Not sure. I really don't know much about the origin of any of the pad-based samples other than stuff that happens to get mentioned in the occasional interview.
     
  5. lrks

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    I'll try to figure it out then :/
     
  6. lrks

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    I was just listening to that song in train and I remembered I saw this question... The first thing that came to mind for that intro hits would be a kick layered with a clap (at least for a start) and then distortion as somebody else already mentioned and who knows what else. I'm not very experienced with the sound design so I doubt I could recreate it. If you try it and it works, please let me know.
     
  7. TheMicrophoneMolester

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    may be some sort of synth hit that has a fast LFO on it, that sound is isolated in the sounds folder i uploaded on LPLive tho
     
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    I see I'm very late in answering this but i learned that Mike used a Roland GAIA SH-01 synth to create the intro to Burn it Down. If you're interested, the keyboard samples used live are uploaded here https://mega.nz/#F!0YMWzayL!6SzVtKepSHJ3QLHiZhzMvQ!kdUShQZL
     

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