Éclat: Part 53

Avatar eclatcrew | September 15, 2020

This week's challenge is once again Isolation-Inspired! Did you participate in Éclat: Part 44, when we worked with Berlin artist Hainbach's Isolation Loops?

His project inspired British Neo Soul artist Jamie Lidell to create a similar sample pack in his own studio, and his pack was brought to our attention by one of our wonderful members Lun Àrio. This week we'll be using ONLY Jamie Lidell's 'Hainbach companion sample pack' to make our tracks. You can download it from his Bandcamp for free!

For more great music production techniques and some wonderful interviews, check out his podcast 'Hanging Out With Audiophiles'.

Participating Online: Last week we didn't receive any submissions for our online listening session, so we're going to be trying it out for the first time this week instead! If you would like to participate remotely, you can still join us for the listening session part of the night, starting at approximately 9pm. You'll receive the link to the Zoom when you email your track to us at eclatcrewberlin [at] gmail [dot] com. You MUST send us your track by 20:45 Berlin Time at the latest, so we can upload your track and get everything ready to go.


Want some tips for working with samples? Check out these ideas below...
Chopping Samples in Ableton with Underbelly
Chopping Samples with Ableton Simpler
How To Create & Process A Kick Drum From Any Sound
Novation // Start Making – House
Creating a Kick Drum from Scratch (Logic Pro X)
Advanced Sample Flipping with Andrew Huang
Creative ways of using Loops & Samples in your productions
Logic: Chop and Reinvent Loops in the EXS 24
Ableton: Making Vocal Chops
Ableton: Adjust Pitch in Simpler using Pitch Envelope
Drum Hacks from Maike Watson
How to make a Vocal Chop track
Ableton: Make your samples sustain in Sampler
Bwana: Creative Ways of using Vocals
Novation // Start Making – Techno
Bitwig: Creative Ways of Manipulating Audio
Ableton: Using Reslicing as a Creative Sampling Tool
Bwana: Sampling from Youtube
Logic: Sampling in Logic with “How to sample like Kanye West”
Ableton: 10 Tips To Help You Master Live’s Drum Rack

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