In this tech tip tutorial using Kick 2, Phil shows us how to assimilate and synthesize a favourite kick sample, even if the sample isn't perfectly clean and has artefacts so we can then tune and add effects to use in our tracks.
Awesome little tip and walkthrough - this gives KICK2 a very welcome dimension for me - thanks Phil
u have just opened me eyes Phil thanks for sharing pal
Great tutorial! Thank you
I just wanted to ask is this not counterproductive if your spending all that time on a kick? Is it really necessary? Why not just get a good kick in key?
Hey there @Scottymac
In this tutorial Phil is showing how to replicate / "assimilate" any kick starting from a sample. So it's more about being able to model a kick sample from a track that you like inside Kick 2 than getting the right kick to match your track. Pure sound design and Kick 2 in depth usage demonstrated here.
It’s ALL about the kicks dude!
Awesome. Thank you.