Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by sparklepuff » Sat Oct 24, 2009 1:04 am

RCUS wrote:
starving student wrote:
funky shit wrote:Dumbass :lol:
?
I knew what he meant, I was just turning the tables on a stupid response from another smug apple hipster.

I guess that kind of makes you the dumbass funky shit :)
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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by RCUS » Sat Oct 24, 2009 2:37 am

sparklepuff wrote:
Uh-oh, looks like we've got a puckered asshole in the house!
...apparently this one's got alot of experience with the male anus? He clearly knows the difference between a puckered asshole, and a regular asshole. Enlighten us sparklepuff, just how many assholes have you inspected to achieve your mastery of the anus?

While we wait for his response, let's get back on track shall we? Mmmkay. Any other Gross Beat/Lucifer users 'in the house'?

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by starving student » Sat Oct 24, 2009 2:50 am

for you guys that have been asking me about my copy of lucifer, the answer is it's not a crack it's the real $100 dolla bill deal and the best offer takes the whole schmeal.....pm me

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by Earwax69 » Sat Oct 24, 2009 11:58 am

Question: can you automate what you do in Gross Beat?

Because Ive just played a bit with the demo and its really cool but I cant record anything. How can you keep what you are doing??

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by dna598 » Sat Oct 24, 2009 12:18 pm

Gross beat is better than beat repeat in the manipulation of time and volume. Really much better. The only thing is it goes out of "sync" sometimes. Bit off putting really, and this is the main reason i dont use it. I have come to the conclusion programmed drum fills sound the best any way.

If you want to automate it i think you have to draw a line in the auto lane corresponding to the patch you want.
ctrl + left/right = select transient

ctrl + shift + left/right = select between transients

ctrl + space = play selection

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by starving student » Sat Oct 24, 2009 9:39 pm

decided to hold onto lucifer for a bit maybe sell it later.

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by Earwax69 » Sun Oct 25, 2009 1:40 am

Thanks Dna, I'll try that.

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by Turtoll » Thu Nov 25, 2010 3:08 am

Lucifer is very good...

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by Rinsemeister » Thu Nov 25, 2010 8:30 pm

Turtoll wrote:Lucifer is very good...
OK, So what does it do ? :mrgreen:

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by Earwax69 » Fri Nov 26, 2010 10:37 am

Dna598 wrote:
I have come to the conclusion programmed drum fills sound the best any way.
can you extrapolate a bit more on this? do you mean cutting the beat by hand or using some programmed technic I am not aware of??

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by ukslice » Fri Nov 26, 2010 12:12 pm

Turtoll wrote:Lucifer is very good...
I think its a papal ruling that you can't put 'lucifer' and the word 'good' in the same sentence, unless properly caveated.

Lucifer (the brand name and not the fallen angel hell bent on corrupting all humanity) may or may not be good (depending on your religious affiliations).

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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by necho » Fri Nov 26, 2010 12:27 pm

Gross Beat..... hahahahahahaha - guess none of you speak French?

grosse bite (pronounced "beat") = big dick.

now - what was the op saying about arseholes?
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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by stjohn » Fri Nov 26, 2010 12:35 pm

meh
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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by necho » Fri Nov 26, 2010 12:38 pm

stjohn wrote:lolfail^^^^^^

it means FAT actually
= Fat Beat


or in English 'Gross Beat' works in the colloquial negative sense,

"thats sick" or "that mutha f was bad"
fail yourself, fucktard (I see you edited your post quickly to get maximum "lolfail" mileage). http://www.french-linguistics.co.uk/dictionary/

gros

big, huge, enourmous object, task, effort, serious, huge worries, problems, heavy jumper, fat person; ~ bétail cattle; ~ plan close-up; ~ mot swearword; ~s mots bad language (nc)

2 gros Noun, masculine

(a) bulk, main part; en ~ in the main, roughly, broadly; wholesale products
(b) fat man, fatty (Infml, pej), fatso (Infml, pej)

Thanks for clarifying the English meaning. Very useful - despite the fact that I speak English. And French.
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Re: Gross Beat vs. Lucifer VST

Post by Rinsemeister » Fri Nov 26, 2010 6:20 pm

Fuck me, what a load of shite over two fuckin' piss poor excuses for creativity.... :roll:

Chop your own beats and stop relying on some logical random bollox algorhythms to do it for you.

My 50c.

Z. :mrgreen:

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