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In this in-depth 3 part tutorial on making glitch hop, we break down the stages of how to make a glitch hop track like Culprate or Cashmere Cat in Ableton. We also use some external plugins such as Massive and FM8....Enjoy!
Here's the breakdown for this tutorial:
• • Fabfilter Twin 2.
• The default preset has a nice simple analogue sound to it so we’re going to use that for some offbeat chords. It consists of 3 oscillators, two are set to Saw and one to Sine. There’s no other processing going on within the plugin, so you can easily recreate it with any subtractive synth.
• Write in a basic 4 note chord on the off beat and the pitch it throughout the four bars to create some harmonic movement. I’ve written a chord with the notes A-C-E-A.
• Add some chorus to add some width and push the sound into the background a bit more. I have set the amount very high and therefore need to set the rate low to stop the sound from become confused and muddy.
• Add some reverb - relatively short reverb time (i’ve used around 600ms), you need enough to give a sense of space.
• Add a limiter at the end of the chain to squash the sound slightly, be careful not to over do it!
• Switch off Op F
• Turn on Op A and set to Sawtooth. Route to output.
• Turn on Op B and set to Square - route to Op A by about 20.
• Click on the Master tab. Set Unison Voices to 4. Turn on Mono so we only get one note at a time. Turn Portamento on, turn off Auto and set it to about 37. The pitch will now slide between notes.
• Click on the Effects tab. Turn on the Phaser. Set the rate to 42, Color to 2, drop Sweep Min and Boost Sweep max to give it a larger range, Turn up the Rotate Slightly to give more stereo width and drop the mix to a more subtle level.
• Next add a saturation plugin - I’m using Camel Phat 3 again, turning up the Mech and Tube.
• Use an EQ to make sure there’s no low frequency content. EQ down the high frequencies a touch so it’s not too harsh (between about 2khz and 10khz). Put in a high cut at around 18khz, anything above there is unnecessary.
• Add some spacious reverb to make it float over the top of the bass.
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