Bizzy B droppin knowledge

Such a simple technique, using the beatings between two sines as a wobble effect. But I find, what he doesn’t tell in the vid, that it is important to clip or overdrive or mild distort the two waves beating against each other, after mixing them together. Even if it is just a tiny bit, the oldschool producers did this by overdriving tape or their mixing desks I think? Else you only get a pulsing pure sub. But if you do, you have a dope and simple spectral basis for further shaping. In the video I think he is (accidentally?) using a tri wave in the synth, so the sound has harmonics in it similliar as the original tune, but sharper and less silky?

Dropping mtf’king Knowledge …clip the fuck out…Do not leave any Head room
Silly You tube pwoducahs

just great tips

Because the tune hasn’t been posted yet. :yeah:

“Silly” man released jungle made with hardware samplers on vinyl more than 10 years before youtube would have been imagined.

But sure, he kind of handles renoise like he would have handled his gear back then. This is rather heritage, not hitech. And I presume mixers and tape machines saturate in a different, more pleasant way compared to digital clipping.

“Silly” man released jungle made with hardware samplers on vinyl more than 10 years before youtube would have been imagined.

But sure, he kind of handles renoise like he would have handled his gear back then. This is rather heritage, not hitech. And I presume mixers and tape machines saturate in a different, more pleasant way compared to digital clipping.

digital clipping is nice for harsh industrial stuff but soft cliping make the most natural mastering

Wel my fault …I’m not into jungle that’ why I probably haven’t heard of him .

His samples remain clipped

Here’s a short interview with Bizzy B.

http://www.bestdrumandbass.com/bizzy-b/