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SoundForMore: Bram Bros Hammerhead - Full Tutorial

Leo from SoundForMore did another full tutorial in a single video!

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Bram Bros’ Ruismaker Hammerhead - Full Tutorial



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June 23, 2021  | person_outline Tim Webb
Ah yes, the infamous Bram Brothers :-D
June 23, 2021  | person_outline Bram Bos
On June 23, 2021 - @Bram Bos said:
Ah yes, the infamous Bram Brothers :-D

One of them seems super cool and makes some great apps for music making! I don’t know about the other ones. 😛
Is there a more detailed explanation of what the Soul knob is actually doing?

Is it affecting timing, velocity, duration?
On June 24, 2021 - @stub said:
Is there a more detailed explanation of what the Soul knob is actually doing?

Is it affecting timing, velocity, duration?

Yes, it is explained in the manual. It applies the subtle analog push-pull timing of the TR-808 (I measured it off recordings of Egyptian Lover’s 808). Additionally it adds some minimal but pleasant variation to pitch, velocity and decay.

It’s subtle but makes for a less robotic/rigid playback of your patterns :-)
June 24, 2021  | person_outline Bram Bos
Yes! It is VERY subtle!

I put 16th notes on the hi-hat, all at 100% velocity. I cranked the soul all the way up and I couldn't hear a difference. I'm not saying there wasn't a difference. Just couldn't hear it.

As an aside, it would be funny if developers would add "placebo" modes & controls to their gear & software. Then every few months, the updates could say, "VAST sonic improvements to our Placebo Mode." and you wouldn't have to do anything.
On June 25, 2021 - @stub said:
Yes! It is VERY subtle!

I put 16th notes on the hi-hat, all at 100% velocity. I cranked the soul all the way up and I couldn't hear a difference. I'm not saying there wasn't a difference. Just couldn't hear it.

As an aside, it would be funny if developers would add "placebo" modes & controls to their gear & software. Then every few months, the updates could say, "VAST sonic improvements to our Placebo Mode." and you wouldn't have to do anything.

Heh. Yes, but in this case it’s not placebo. Notes are going off grid in the order of milliseconds. So it’s not like a shuffle, but more like an “inaccuracy”.

Still people are always raving about the groovy “analog timing” of the TR-808, and this should give you exactly that :-)
June 25, 2021  | person_outline Bram Bos
On June 25, 2021 - @Bram Bos said:
Still people are always raving about the groovy “analog timing” of the TR-808, and this should give you exactly that :-)

I suppose you COULD have it be subtle at lower settings and really noticeable at higher settings. Just saying.
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