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    Hallo!
    Ich möchte einen Dubstep-Mix machen mit teilweise eigenen Wooble Sequenzen.
    Hab aber nicht die geringste Ahnung wie ich das hinbekomme bzw. geht so etwas
    auch mit Audacity????
    danke für Antworten

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    Hi MaximilianBurger,

    If you repost this in english, more people can understand it.
    So probably you get more reply.

    I like to use special dubstep vst, becouse it makes it easy, but you will need a DAW.
    (Digital Audio Workstation) like Fl studio or cubase etc.
    The vst I use is a free download from Image line(flstudio)special made to make dubstep.

    Record all the crap you can!! doesnt matter if it sounds like shit.
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    The English translation:
    "
    Hello!
    I want to make a dubstep mix with some Wooble own sequences.
    But have no idea how I can do that or something goes
    with Audacity??
    thank you for answers
    "

    Using any synth, I think the LFO is the easiest way to achieve that.
    What software do you use? I'm assuming you already have a daw since you said you want to make a mix.

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    thx for the translation and the tipps
    if you have more tipps have fun and post

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    search 'create dubstep audacity' in youtube. there are some films about it.

    To hear, you first have to listen
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    Can somebody shed light on the calibre of the standard synthesiser(s) in Audacity, then I can explain how to make such sounds.. Its just I don't use Audacity, so I'm not aware of what's available to the user. The explanation is very basic, but includes some advanced methodology.

    Cheers...

    Hdpz


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    I don't think there's any synth in audacity. It's a very simply audio editor with in-built effect plug-ins. Think adobe audition; I don't think that one had any synths either. Audacity is not a daw, just a sound editor.
    And then there's a chance I may be wrong, but I doubt it. tongue

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    afleetingspeck wrote:
    I don't think there's any synth in audacity. It's a very simply audio editor with in-built effect plug-ins. Think adobe audition; I don't think that one had any synths either. Audacity is not a daw, just a sound editor.
    And then there's a chance I may be wrong, but I doubt it. tongue

    Actually now you mention it, that rings a bell.

    So we are going to hit a dead end in this conversation.


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    Oke, if you can find ANY synt (soft or hardware)

    Select a square wave, and make it low for the BASS.
    Assign the LFO to the cutoff of your filter (band or lowpass)
    Now play with the rate of the LFO and there should be your wobble!!!

    Isnt it possible to use vst in audacity??? or are these only effects??

    Record all the crap you can!! doesnt matter if it sounds like shit.
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    afleetingspeck wrote:
    I don't think there's any synth in audacity. It's a very simply audio editor with in-built effect plug-ins.
    True; all it has is a few sound generators (Chirp, DTMF tones, Noise, Silence, Tone).
    They may help designing a single sound, surely not a track, nevermind a whole song.

    Head-Phaze wrote:
    So we are going to hit a dead end in this conversation.

    That, or point MaximilianBurger towards a real DAW, or at the very least a tracker-style sequencer.

    escortmarius wrote:
    Isnt it possible to use vst in audacity??? or are these only effects??
    Audacity supports external plugins, and, at least on Linux, the vst that work via wine will appear as available plugins; but the biggest limit of Audacity for this is that you won't be able to apply parameter changes over time like the LFO sweeps you suggest for the wobble.
    This absolutely screams for automation tracks on a real DAW.

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    I just tried to make a wobble bass in audacity, and it is possible.
    Open the generator, let it make a square wave of +- 50herts (bass)
    Then open the effects and select the wha-wha funtion, set the lfo to the desired rate.
    And PRESTO!! there is your wobble bass.
    Only the lfo rate isnt variable................ sad

    Record all the crap you can!! doesnt matter if it sounds like shit.
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    yeah, I don't know why I got stuck on suggesting he can't do anything with audacity. A better suggestion would be suggesting other daws or even software synths that he can get for free. Now only if the original person could get back to us with more details. He did mention he wanted to create a dubstep mix, so I'm not entirely sure how I should interpret it. I'll find some alternatives, though, later on today. For y'all, there's a site called osalt, which basically gives you alternatives to regular software.

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    I use some stand alone vst synts as well, so you dont need another program to run them.
    But they are REALLY difficult to learn, if you have no idea what is what like a complete beginner.
    I like to use one called: Triangle.
    and second: Formant-Classic-Advanced.

    If you are a beginner I advise you to watch some tutorials on synts.
    Go for the full ones that explain everything from start to end!!!
    Google for: Intro to synthesis
    It will take you a few hours, but they are really usefull.
    AND if you understand whats going on, you can basicly make any sound you want!
    But be carefull though, before you know you will be hooked for life! smile

    Record all the crap you can!! doesnt matter if it sounds like shit.
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    afleetingspeck wrote:Now only if the original person could get back to us with more details.

    Yes, sometimes I feel like im trying to extract blood from a stone in this forum.

    So many people create threads, only to ignore the people who are taking their time to help. But I suppose we are actually helping others who find this thread with the same question, looking for an answer; all is not worthless. grin


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    Yep... keep this in your pocket boys.
    It will come in handy when I post a dare that says "your submission must be made entirely in Audacity"

    ... Could happen.... smile

    .... Could even happen sooner than you think!

    hmmmm..... erm..... I forgot...
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    AlienXXX wrote:
    It will come in handy when I post a dare that says "your submission must be made entirely in Audacity"
    As an old time Mortal Kombat player, I couldn't help hearing, in the announcer's voice:
    Klankbeeld wins. DAW-less victory. Audacity.

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    copycat:
    As an old time Mortal Kombat player, I couldn't help hearing, in the announcer's voice:
    Klankbeeld wins. DAW-less victory. Audacity.

    I don't know if I'll ever come across a wittier reply. Damn. grin

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