Now a standard in each Cymatics pack, they have provided a large array of projects for you to study and reverse engineer. Project Files: Now a standard in each Cymatics pack, they have provided a large array of projects for you to study and reverse engineer. Included in the 185 presets are an additional 125 wavetables used to make presets from the pack, giving you professional wavetables to use in your own sound design. Again, something that is extremely unique to Cymatics, setting them aside from other production companies and solidifying themselves as the go-to for production resources. Each project is fully written and mixed, giving insight as to how to arrange a drop, write a musical section, and how to get a good, clean, and professional sound. The best part is that this project file was professionally mixed. Within the group, Cymatics is hosting a Private Song Contest as well.
Over 500 samples explores the boundaries of House, Broken Beat and Lounge featuring authentic live instrumentation broken down into easy to use loops and individual hits. Some of my favorite bass presets are Nano Riddim, Spag Ready, Junk Seq, Plumber and Razorblade. I know a lot of people learn through others, and this is a great way to learn from professionals. To conclude, the pack is great, and what Cymatics has done aside from the pack is phenomenal for the community and those who can purchase the pack. Each project is fully written and mixed, giving insight as to how to arrange a drop, write a musical section, and how to get a good, clean, and professional sound. Lovingly assembled by Reel People leader and. With the flexibility provided to you on each sound in the form of 4 pre-made macros, and mod wheel assignments , you can create entirely new sounds with each preset — essentially giving you double the amount of sounds in the pack.
Nuclear for Serum plays host to phenomenal sound design; from the intricacies of their sequencers and arpeggiators, to the , this pack truly showcases the power of Serum in the bass music realm, and why Cymatics are the go-to for presets and sounds. Each project is fully written and mixed, giving insight as to how to arrange a drop, write a musical section, and how to get a good, clean, and professional sound. To start, each Bass and Synth patch was meticulously designed using advanced level Synthesis techniques in Xfer Serum. Included in that is the phenomenal 8-bit musical scores. Would you like a piece of a 50 billion dollar industry? Pads: Although there are only 8 pads included, each one is great.
These are some of the hardest production elements to master, even for the pros. I know a lot of people learn through others, and this is a great way to learn from professionals. Definitely something worthwhile, and as a student of a music production school, something I genuinely appreciate included in the pack. I see these as a nice inclusion in the pack, with Cymatics making sure to touch all bases in bass sound design. Cymatics - Radioactive - Ableton Project Cymatics - Too Loud - Ableton Project Cymatics - Chicken Dance - Ableton Project Cymatics - Nuclear - Ableton Project Cymatics - Stalker - Ableton Project.
. Covert is by far my favorite arp included, with Climb Aboard taking a close second. As mentioned earlier in the review, I had made a claim that 2017 will be a huge year for Cymatics in my review of Helix for Serum. Speedsound present their latest full-on Psytrance track Full Night as an Ableton Live 8 project. As with every patch, the comments of each preset explains what the sound is intended for. Something that came as a surprise to me, was the inclusion of Riddim presets.
Not only do you have to program hard knocking Drums, but you also have to make sure the Basses and Synths you use are complex and innovative. Going through the pack, I was overwhelmed while flipping through the sounds. Ranging from custom bass, synth, and guitar arps, pads, pianos,perc loops, impacts and more. For more about Cymatics and Nuclear for Serum, visit to go to their website. Each preset sounds great regardless of the octave you have them playing in, and some even sound different in each octave — allowing you to use each sound in a unique way, depending on which octave you use.
Sequencers: As mentioned in my Helix for Serum review, Cymatics does a great job with making unique and usable sequencers. The sequencers can be used in intros, the background of breaks, and the background of drops. I know a lot of people learn through others, and this is a great way to learn from professionals. I know a lot of people learn through others, and this is a great way to learn from professionals. I know a lot of people learn through others, and this is a great way to learn from professionals. As I tend to stay away from sequencers as I find them difficult to fit in a record, I can definitely see myself using sounds such as Conceptualism and Stargate.
One of the reasons people go back to playing old video games is the pure nostalgia it brings. Knowing this, the Cymatics team has included a few riddim presets; some of which are actually among my favorite sounds in the pack. Each sound is meticulously crafted to be used instantly and fit into a mix quite easily, something that I find rare with the majority of presets I audition. I said previously that 2017 will be huge for Cymatics, and I believe they made that statement true with this release. We pushed our team of professional producers to create a Dubstep project file that is on par with a Skrillex or Zomboy track.
Included in the course are 21 videos, such as Bass Arrangement, Mixing and Mastering, and Breakdown writing. With each sound providing a different use, the diversity here is a breath of fresh air from sequencers of other packs. The team at Cymatics has put together a video series for Nuclear, aiding you in the creation of Dubstep tracks. If you want to learn firsthand how to create a Dubstep track that is filled with raw energy and mixed to perfection, you need to download the Fury Project File now. I find the Synth patches included are applicable as one shot basses, with the exclusion of HowBowDah and Mantis, as they play a rhythmic pattern as well.