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vivian - Ableton Soundbwoy


A few days ago hecticcc came by to give me sum new stuff and he learned me sum things bout Ableton, so I started to try sum things and I came on this!
tnx hecticcc!

Original riddim :Buju Banton & Cocoa Tea - Go Home Soundboy
RMX : ( Jungle Refix )





cestqui [be] - 11 years ago

i cant say it was like jammin from you,its all rhythme...

where's the music,notes,or samps,the vocals are drowned in your rhythme;like the guy on your pic,between the 2 girls;

but hey,i understand you testin out new soft,i'm into other shit for 1 years now;may be now you understand the transitions people make;and their jammin music;


kino [be] - 11 years ago

Forgot to say, voice is only right and riddim left , somebody knows how to copy the panning in ableton ?


cestqui [be] - 11 years ago

dude,what ya cant do right a way,ya can do with a u turn..

import samp in sx ..duplicate the track with the samp,

rightclick on the samp,process,flip panning,then export your soupje

impoort it back in ambleton or some other toy

sorry to miss that pan...only have 1 moni for the moment....sooon very sooon...


crewkiller [be] - 11 years ago

like your sound and slices

HerrMajer [be] - 11 years ago

Here, me doesn't hear voice and riddim are hard panned!? Or is it a new version allready? I like the tune! See you at the next bluesessions parteeeeeeeeeeeey (if there is one I hope?)!!!

kino [be] - 11 years ago

no doubt about it, but it wasnt me that played there. It was the real kino, I only have the account kino ( we used to post together on this one ). cheers

Anonymous [be] - 11 years ago

for the panningproblem: just put the "utily"-effect and turn the width of the stero to 0% (mono), then u have them on left an right together (cqi: no cubase needed ;) ableton has more then u think! )