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TimeToProduce
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130 posts since 13 Feb, 2015

Postby TimeToProduce; Tue Jan 30, 2018 8:48 am How does Flume do that?

So I've been listening to the track called v by Flume and I can't wrap my head around the beautiful and complex drum patterns.

Can someone describe what he is playing with here? If yes, what would you recommend me trying out? Like it's not only basic drums he is adding like snare, kick, hi-hat.. there is some other samples and when I try to recreate, it sounds basic. I can hear delay, maybe gating and distortion.

Here is the track
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uf44iB7acqY

The real craziness starts at 48 seconds.
recursive one
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Postby recursive one; Tue Jan 30, 2018 9:20 am Re: How does Flume do that?

Sounds like few drum and percussion loops chopped with something like FL Studio slicer and rearranged in a piano roll. Delay with triplet/dotted timing may be adding the polyrhythmic feel.
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Kinh
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1095 posts since 25 Aug, 2012

Postby Kinh; Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:58 am Re: How does Flume do that?

check out permut8, unfiltered audio spec ops (and others) and some of glitch machines plugins. Also grandular plugins like mangle.
There's a few things out there that can do this but it's just experimental music. Get hold of as many effects as you can similar to above if you wanna do this sort of thing
tollfreequitline
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1 post since 30 Oct, 2016

Postby tollfreequitline; Fri Feb 02, 2018 1:00 am Re: How does Flume do that?

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My guess, he's taking out the individual perc hit from the original loop and just doing crazy pitched delays with the grain delay in Ableton. The drum samples that come in around 48sec sound like some are from soundoracle vol3. That clap sounds almost exactly like the "Civil Clap" in that pack, but who knows. Here's the original loop if you haven't heard it https://instaud.io/M6j (https://instaud.io/M6j) Good Luck
BHK Samples
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12 posts since 11 Feb, 2012, from Germany

Postby BHK Samples; Sat Feb 24, 2018 8:11 pm Re: How does Flume do that?

Use recordings of rattling cutlery/dishes, waterdrops and so on, in short, foley recordings!
Rawdia
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2 posts since 1 Jun, 2016

Postby Rawdia; Thu May 03, 2018 4:21 pm Re: How does Flume do that?

Sorry to break the dream guys, it's just a sample by Samplephonics ;) In Astral Beats if I remember correctly.
MogwaiBoy
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2698 posts since 26 Nov, 2015, from Way Downunder

Postby MogwaiBoy; Tue May 08, 2018 1:44 am Re: How does Flume do that?

Rawdia wrote:Sorry to break the dream guys, it's just a sample by Samplephonics ;) In Astral Beats if I remember correctly.


:lol: Bet this happens a LOT. Hell, you could make tracks in minutes with stock loops. The other gig in EDM is ghost production so you don't have to write anything at all.

I'm sure Flume has some talent, though :D
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alexpander
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55 posts since 8 May, 2018

Postby alexpander; Tue May 08, 2018 5:34 am Re: How does Flume do that?

Flume uses Ableton Live in a quite straightforward manner. Anyway, there are also some free samples avaiable: https://app.noiiz.com/sounds/free_packs/745
Spencer Maddox
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Postby Spencer Maddox; Tue May 08, 2018 11:29 am Re: How does Flume do that?

Rawdia is Correct.
I checked the "Astral Beats" Samplepack (Via Noiiz) and in about 5 or so minutes was able to find it.
Its called "83_MessyGroove_SP_28_01" and is in the "Electronic Beat" folder if anyone wants to check it.
It's without a Doubt the same loop, Kick, Snare, Jingly Top and All. Although Flume seems to have added some Processing and some filtering to make it different then its original.
There might be some extra loops on top of it too. Its kinda of a cluster so its a bit hard to decipher.
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MogwaiBoy
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Postby MogwaiBoy; Tue May 08, 2018 7:13 pm Re: How does Flume do that?

What would stop you from using the same loop in your music? I don't get the copyright side of this kind of stuff.

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