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How to make a punchy kick with Drumcomputer by Sugar Bytes
O.K so I hope that I'm not promising to much here, but with the recent influx of drum machines I saw the following critisism with Drumcomputer:
- Kicks have no punch
- To complicated to use
Since I'm very much a beginner, I was researching quite a lot about "what makes a good kick", and so far I didn't have the impression that I was limited by DC, more the opposite.
As for too complicated, true story, but I hope the workflow I have in the video will help someone, it works very well for me.
Full disclosure though: If you think the kick that you hear in the intro sucks, probably save yourself from the rest of the video .
If there is enough interest in the topic of Drumcomputer I can make more videos, though I feel there is a lot of coverage already. It was mostly the "the kicks suck" topic.
Thanks for watching anyway. If you are interested in subscribing: I'm trying to put out videos every 2-3 weeks. Every week is currently impossible for me, it's just too much work.