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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 12:37 am 
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I'm looking for some common techniques for a dirty sound.. I have the Sp606 and I feel it's alittle on the clean side, I would like to dirty it up some. Now I understand peepz don't what to shed out their secrets, I'm not asking for that, I'm just asking to share some ideas on dirtying up the sound.. I know it comes down to what you sample, but any type of effects that can help aid in this goal I'm trying to achieve?

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vinyl sim effect on the SP's, track it to a cassette and back again, sample at lower bitrate....


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 12:55 am 
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Thanks man

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use the lofi effect or, record in "long" and add vinyl sim. Just the compressor. turn the other 2 down.

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You can resample a sound over and over. Every copy is slightly more degraded than the last, so after you've done it a bunch (like 10 or more times), you'll have a sample that's pretty crusty.

You could also try making a beat, play it through some speakers, and use a mic to re-record the sound coming out of the speakers. That will introduce all kinds of noise and dirt into the sound, sometimes it has a nice effect to it.

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lo-fi-effect & guitar amp simulator effect & what the others have mentioned, i know you have those 2 on the 606... then warm it up by recording to cassette, then sample back to your 606... the ''guitar amp simulator'' on the 606 is sick & overlooked, don't forget to try that...


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Thanks everyone :D

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for my drums(on the 606) I resample them thru the LOFI efx and set the bit rate at 8, sounds like sp 12 drums

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